This is a searchable library of publications, webinars, blog posts, and training manuals from the U.S. and around the world on the topic of forced marriage.
Author: Forced Marriage Initiative
Publication: June, 2015
This brochure provides an overview of forced marriage in the United States as well as basic safety tips for survivors and the services offered by the Forced Marriage Initiative at Tahirih Justice Center.
Is Forced Marriage a Problem in the United States? Intergenerational Conflict over Marital Choice Among College Students at the City University of New York from Middle Eastern, North African, and South Asian Migrant Families
Author: Anthony Marcus (John Jay College of Criminal Justice) in partnership with the AHA Foundation
Drawing on interviews from a purposive sample of 100 City University of New York students, this study documents the presence of intergenerational conflict over honor, sexuality, and marital choice within MENASA migrant communities with the goal of assessing whether forced marriage is a problem in the United States.
Author: Tahirih Justice Center
This two page document is geared towards education professionals (teachers, counselors, school liaison officers, etc.) and contains guidance and resources for recognizing and responding to individuals facing forced marriage.
Author: Girls Not Brides
Publication: January 22, 2015
The Girls Not Brides secretariat developed a post-2015 advocacy toolkit for members and other organisations that wish to encourage their governments to support a target to end child, early and forced marriage in the post-2015 development agenda.