A girls-power meeting is a gathering of girls of the same gender, usually on a Friday night.
It can include a dance, singing and dance-in-the-park.
The event can be held at any age group.
The event attracts girls from all over the country.
The organisers usually organise a girls-only event, and usually it is attended by girls in their 20s or 30s, but can also attract girls of any age.
This event is often held during the school holidays.
More about Girls-power meet: http://www.girlpowermeet.org/ The girls-meet is usually held at an official school.
It usually lasts about 20 minutes.
During the meeting, girls of different ages and genders share their feelings, hopes and hopes for the future.
The girls usually take part in the following activities during the girls-Power meet: The girls talk about what it means to be female.
They also have an opportunity to ask questions.
They discuss topics of importance to them, such as what it’s like to live in a patriarchal society, or how to build a strong and supportive social network.
During the meeting girls are also encouraged to share their personal stories about how they feel about life, their family, their friends and other people.
They are also asked to reflect on how they have been affected by discrimination, violence, bullying and discrimination in their lives.
Participants are asked to share experiences of discrimination and bullying that have occurred in their community.
After the meeting the girls go home to take part the Girls-Womens’ Health & Development (WADHD) meeting.
This is the opportunity for girls to share what they have learned and how they are living their lives today.
When the girls return home, they usually have time to reflect and reflect on what they learnt and to learn from the experience.
They usually also have a social media session where they share their own personal stories.
In their final meeting, the girls are invited to share with their peers and the wider community what they are feeling and doing today.