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These do an important job in alerting girls to the sea of popular culture in which they are swimming, and identifying how this has shaped how they view themselves.

After a controversial transition to a for-profit model in 2011, which brought $22 million in funding in the past two years, growing pains have set in.

They see so-called perfection online, and despair that they will never match up to that ideal.

So they end up trapped in a cycle of 'compare and despair'.

The solution is not to ban social media or devices - as some have suggested. Rather, it is to instil awareness and self-discipline.

Schools are working with parents and pupils to develop online ‘screen-time at home’ protocols – and crucially, ones that apply to parents as well as children.

Before I joined the GDST, I spent many years in the advertising industry.

I am conscious that the brands that command longevity and loyalty are the ones that make girls and women feel good about themselves and build self-esteem - not the ones that make us self-conscious and inadequate.

Peggy Orenstein, author of and who spoke at the GDST conference, described it as "self-objectifying" - where a girl judges her body from an outsider’s perspective; by how she thinks others see it, rather than how it feels to her.