Government of New Brunswick


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The United Nations created this special day because empowerment and investment in girls are critical for economic growth, for the eradication of poverty, and to break the cycle of discrimination and violence.

Canada has led the international community in adopting this day, along with the support of Plan Canada. This day will make a difference in the lives of girls and young women as citizens and as powerful voices of change in their families, their communities and their nations.

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Cybersafe Girl
is a public education program developed by the Atlantic Ministers Resposible for the Status of Women in Canada to provide information to girls, parents and educators about how girls can be safe online.




Organizing an activity for International Day of the Girl? Want to share your event with other New Brunswick girls? Send details of your IDG event to be posted on our website by emailing us at  Please include: Date, Region, Name of event, Event description (50 word max.), venue, time, and contact information (email, phone and/or website).