A maze has been set up to represent the barriers refugee girls face while trying to leave their country. The maze has been set up on South King Street in Dublin.
It has sound effects and features girls go through who are living in poverty or in war areas.
The event was set up by the Girl's Rights Organisation and Plan International Ireland who are both working on the Lost Girls initiative.
Artist Will St Leger designed the maze to draw attention towards the number of vulnerable girls around the world and to encourage people to donate online.
"The idea behind it is that throughout the world there are millions of young women and girls from the reasons of war and poverty are refugees with no access or little access to education".
"What we're trying to do is trying to let the public explore... to take a step inside the world of these lost girls".
Will described the maze as "an interactive story about what that experience would be like".
"Inside there will be different sounds and materials but I don't want to give too much away, it's really up to the people to come down".