Girls want to see change. They want the people in power to listen and commit to act.
We've had fantastic support from thousands of people like you, who feel that the voices of girls and young women are important and should be heard by those in power.
The campaign has drawn support from politicians across the political parties and country wide. We'd like to thank them all for listening to the voices of girls and young women.
But this is really just the beginning. Girlguiding will continue to support girls and young women to make their voices heard and show politicians that girls matter.
In the meantime, keep up-to-date by checking the Girls Matter blog and following the hashtags #GirlsMatter and #MyVoteMatters
Listen to girls and young women, take them seriously and make sure their voices count.
Demand schools take a zero-tolerance approach to sexual bullying and harassment.
Call on all schools to teach body confidence and gender equality.
Make girls’ rights a priority in the UK's approach to international development
Stop children’s exposure to harmful sexualised content in mainstream media.
Empower girls and young women to speak out and be heard on the impact of media sexism and stereotyping.
Modernise Sex and Relationships Education so all young people can make informed decisions and stay safe.
Guarantee that women will be equally represented in Parliament.