Your GAT stories
WAGGGS encourages everyone to take action and change the world around them. Action can happen at many levels but ‘our world’ starts at a personal level and that means you!
Whether you are working towards earning the GAT Badge or you are doing a community action project, we want hear from you:
- Did you enjoy doing the GAT Badge?
- Which level did you earn?
- What are your plans now that you have done the GAT Badge?
- Which of the MDGs most interest you?
- What kind of GAT/MDG project did you do and why did you enjoy it?
|If you have a GAT story to tell, please fill in the Global Action Theme report, which you can download from this page, and send it with photos if possible, to the World Bureau or email it to email@example.com.
Here is what some other members are saying about the Global Action Theme:
The GAT Badge activities are practical and age-specific. The factsheets are informative and useful. The website references and links are very useful.
Kenya Girl Guides Association
The GAT will help us with our work because it clearly sets us priorities for development of strategic partnerships, projects and what we should be speaking out about.
Girl Guides of Australia
The MDGs are the principal line of action for most of the national institutions, including NGOs, so we can have big impact by making programmes for girls and women in co-operation with them.
Asociación de Muchachas Guías Scouts de El Salvador