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Girls Worldwide say, "We can create peace through partnerships."


By Pascaline Umulisa

From Africa to the US, tens of thousands of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts across the globe will come together to take part in a range of activities for World Thinking Day 2015 on February 22. This day not only recalls the sisterhood that unites them, it also encourages them to renew the promise of making the world a better place.

The theme for World Thinking Day 2015 is girls worldwide say, "We can create peace through partnerships." This theme is based on the United Nations' Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 8: to develop a global partnership for development. This is the last in a series of WTD themes focusing on the MDGs, and the last element of our Global Action Theme, “together we can change our world” since 2009.

Girl Scouts in the United States are experiencing the power of partnership as one of 150 WAGGGS members. What a great way to celebrate our worldwide Movement! The World Thinking Day award activities are designed to complement the Girl Scout Leadership Journeys. Find them below:

You can also do something fun and cool! Take a troop photo or a selfie and share it on social media using the  #guidinglight hashtag. Challenge your friends to light a candle as well and don’t forget to tag: @girlscouts, @wagggs_world.