Entries from October 2010

Sunday, October 24th, 2010

(reblogged from NYT) “When a Child Moves to Nepal” by Lisa Belkin

A great blog post today by Lisa Belkin in the Times, kind of gets to the heart of our motivations around doing Girlworld. It may be that you won’t be able to read it unless you’re subscribed to the New York Times. If you can read it, it’s worth making your way through all the [...]

Sunday, October 10th, 2010

Going Over Budget (Redux)

A couple months ago, we wrote about our/Girlworld’s budget, and our commitment to transparency. But we left something rather important out of the conversation, which is that while we have begun fundraising, we have not yet started to use the money we are raising. In other words, in spite of the fancy long budgets we [...]

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

Why “The Girl Effect” is So Effective

Our buddy Chris B turned us on to this very cogent deconstruction of the very awesome video, “The Girl Effect”. If you haven’t seen it yet, I urge you to run, do not walk, to your nearest YouTube purveyor and check it out. We’d love to hear your thoughts. Talk about a way to get [...]