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.

International and Domestic Law and Policy on Forced and Child Marriage

Authors: The Advocates for Human Rights

Publication: 2010

This short article looks at various international and domestic laws addressing the issue of forced and child marriage.

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International Lawyers Take Stand on Forced Marriage

Author: International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (IAML)

Publication: May 8, 2013

In this press release, the IAML confirms its commitment to combat the practice of forced marriage and to raise awareness of the incidence of forced marriage within the international family law community.

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Forced and Child Marriage

Author: The Advocates for Human Rights

Publication: 2010

This article provides definitions of forced marriage, outlines available prevalence data, and details the harms and risks associated with the practice.

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Child Marriages: 39,000 every day

Author: World Health Organization

Publication: March 7th, 2013

This short report outlines the problem of child marriage globally with an emphasis on the personal and societal impacts of the practice. The authors also outline effective programs working to prevent child marriage and provide recommendations for the UN Millennium Development Goals.

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Topics: Child Marriages
Category : Resources
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Ending Child Marriage: What will it take?

Author: Girls Not Brides

Publication: August 2013

This report provides a broad overview of the causes and consequences of child marriage, potential strategies to address the issue, and factors to consider when assessing where investment is needed and where change is most feasible.

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