The Center for Girls was founded on April 15, 1998, on the initiative of two volunteers of SOS Helpline for Women and Children Victims of Violence. The aim of its foundation was to improve the social position of young women through their education and emancipation.
THE MISSION of the Center for Girls is girls' and young women's empowerment through education, activism and creativity.
International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism, November 9, was commemorated by the Anti-Fascist Collective, whose member the Center for Girls is.
In November, the activists of the Center for Girls, in cooperation with the Out of Circle Network Serbia and Out of Circle Association Niš, prepared a forum theatre dealing with handicapped women. Forum theatre (IN)VISIBLE was performed during the Handicapped Women Week, which is commemorated from November 17 to 23.
The Center for Girls launched 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign in Leskovac by opening an exhibition of works created at the second Feminist Art Colony entitled You Don't Know Anything about Me. The exhibition was on display until December 10.