Charities urge more help in tackling pressures facing girls

Adam Offord
Wednesday, September 14, 2016

A "perfect storm" of life pressures is harming girls' mental wellbeing, and government and schools need to do more to help reduce them, two children's charities have said. ??

The report warns girls and young women are "normalising" everyday sexism, harassment and inequality. Picture: Girlguiding
The report warns girls and young women are "normalising" everyday sexism, harassment and inequality. Picture: Girlguiding

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