Girlguiding Scotland calls on the media to end sexist coverage putting girls off politics  

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Girlguiding Scotland is calling for action following concerns sexist coverage of female politicians is leaving girls feeling side-lined from the political conversation. To ensure young women feel engaged in the… Read more »


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Girlguiding Scotland members are calling for change after new research shows sexist coverage is putting girls off politics. The charity is calling for media to: Stop talking about politicians’ appearances… Read more »

Happy World Health Day!

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To celebrate World Health Day we’ve come up with our top 10 tips to help you stay healthy this year. 1. Online detox Sometimes it’s nice to have a break from… Read more »

5 After Midnight to play TARTAN GIG

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What do Simon Cowell and Girlguiding Scotland have in common? We’ve both signed rising stars 5 After Midnight! The boy band who first turned heads on the X Factor will… Read more »

Jess Glynne to show her girl power at TARTAN GIG

Chart-topping sensation, Jess Glynne has announced that she’ll be performing at our biggest ever TARTAN GIG! One of the UK’s most in-demand artists, Jess Glynne will be performing exclusively for… Read more »

Five fantastic reasons to go to the Polaris Day Event!

Want to help shape the future of Girlguiding Scotland? Come along to our Polaris Day event on October 29 and make your voice heard! Polaris is made up of Girlguiding… Read more »

Launching Step in my Shoes Activity Night!

This year, we’ve seen a great success with units getting involved with our ‘Step in my Shoes’ project, run by a group of Senior Section members from Glasgow working on their Queen’s Guide Award.

Girlguiding Scotland member Lauren shares the highlights of her trip to India

Lauren Evans, Leader in Training with 3rd Vale of Leven Guide Unit, shares her top highlights from her trip to India with Girlguiding Scotland members.

Join #TeamGirl to celebrate International Day of the Girl

In 2012, the United Nations declared 11 October to be the annual International Day of the Girl – a day to celebrate girls’ potential and speak out for girls’ rights.

Sign up for Action for Change! Here are 5 reasons why…

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There are just 10 days left to join Action for Change, so here are 5 brilliant reasons why you should sign up!