Both the assassination attempt on Malala Yousafzai and the documentary Girl Rising have increased awareness of the power of girls education to change the world. Now, how do we turn this awareness into action? For iEARN, its giving girls opportunities to learn new technologies, connect with peers worldwide, and to take action on global issues. Since 1988, iEARN has prioritized […]Read more "Girls Rising to the Challenge of Collaborative Action"
On October 11, iEARN-USA is pleased to celebrate the inaugural Day of the Girl, a new effort that is: highlighting, celebrating, discussing, and advancing girls lives and opportunities across the globe. When girls come together to talk about what really matters to us, we can teach other people–grownups, boys, girls all across the world–a new way […]Read more "Day of the Girl"
This August the team at iEARN-USA has been pleased to: Engage in Connected Educators Month; Take action on Millennium Development Goals; Host NSLI-Y Student Pre-Departure Orientations; Welcome YES Program Students to the US; Publish our 2011 Annual Report; Share the new Finding Solutions to Hunger videos; Prepare for the 2012 iEARN Virtual Conference & Youth Summit; Launch the […]Read more "Our Remarkable August"
iEARN-USA is pleased to support the World Summit Youth Award (WSYA), an annual celebration and network for young people under 30 years of age using the Internet, mobile phones or other digital media to put the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) into action. The MDGs were set in 2000 by the UN to prompt […]Read more "Taking Action on the United Nations Millennium Development Goals"