Girls' Attitudes Survey 2013
What girls say about... Equality for girls
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The Girls’ Attitudes Survey gives girls’ voices a platform
to be heard. This year, it focuses on equality - providing a unique
insight into the specific and emerging pressures facing girls and
young women today, and what these mean for their well-being and
opportunities in life.
More about the Girls' Attitudes
Responses to the research
Justine Roberts, founder of Mumsnet
‘The findings of this report show that there is much progress still
to be made in UK gender equality.’
Laura Bates, founder of the Everyday Sexism Project
‘This is an urgent wake-up call. The results closely reflect the
huge numbers of entries to the Everyday Sexism Project from girls
and young women experiencing sexism and harassment on a regular
Rt Hon Maria Miller MP, Minister for Women and Equalities
‘These results [relating to high aspirations to leadership] are encouraging in that they show so many girls and young women in the UK are highly ambitious and want to get ahead in life. We need to help make sure that their aspirations become reality. Girls consistently out-perform boys at school, but this does not always translate into future success in their working lives.’ Read more responses.
Read Chief Guide Gill Slocombe's comment on the report.
Read the report findings
Download the executive summary
Girls with Attitude! all-section activity pack
Guiding units can use this resource to explore the results of the Girls’ Attitudes Survey. Download the pack