As the leading charity for girls and young women in Scotland we were disappointed to see two of the United Kingdom’s most influential politicians being reduced to their ‘legs’ in today’s UK edition of the Daily Mail.

Celebrating ‘WOW’ mums this Mother’s Day!

When it comes to role models mum’s the word according to new research by Girlguiding.   In a Girlguiding poll, mums were six times more likely than female celebrities, including… Read more »

Speaking out for girls at the UN

Girlguiding Scotland members Emma Guthrie and Isla Whateley are speaking out for girls and women around the world at the United Nations 61st Commission on the Status of Women.   As… Read more »

Girlguiding Scotland members enjoy movie magic

Girlguiding Scotland members from all over the country enjoyed an exclusive screening of Disney’s new Beauty and the Beast film this Saturday.

Meet our YouthLink Award finalists

Two of our fantastic volunteers – Jill Elborn and Gail Fox – have been named finalists for YouthLink’s Youth Worker of the Year Awards. Find out more about our finalists… Read more »

Why we’re empowering girls to take the lead

Engender’s Sex and Power in Scotland report has shown just 27% of top leadership positions in Scotland are filled by women. Read out full response to find out why we’re calling… Read more »

Spot your #promiseselfie!

We had a fantastic response to our #promiseselfie challenge! Thanks to everyone who snapped & shared a selfie to help us celebrate World Thinking Day. Here are some of our… Read more »

Kayla shows her colours to tackle children’s liver disease

Kayla, of the 6th Clydebank Brownies, is calling on Girlguiding Scotland members across the country to take action and wear yellow.   Kayla, age 8, is proving that you’re never… Read more »

Eleanor Wilson: What World Thinking Day means to me

To celebrate our connection to Girl Guides and Girl Scouts around the world we spoke to Senior Section member and Rainbow Leader Eleanor about what World Thinking Day means to her…. Read more »

Girlguiding Scotland members head to the United Nations

Two Girlguiding Scotland members will be speaking out on issues affecting girls around the world at a United Nations event next month.   Emma Guthrie, 26, and Isla Whateley, 20,… Read more »