Publications

End Child Marriage Australia: Research Report on the Forced Marriage of Children in Australia by The National Children’s and Youth Law Centre

Author: National Children’s and Youth Law Center

Publication: 2013

This report provides children’s rights-based analysis and evaluation of the current responses of service providers to child victims of forced marriage in Australia.

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Forced Marriage and Learning Disabilities: Multi-Agency Practice Guidelines

Author: Rachael Clawson & Pam Vallance in conjunction with the Forced Marriage Unit (United Kingdom)

Published: 2009

These practice guidelines were developed to assist professionals encountering cases of forced marriage of people with learning disabilities in the United Kingdom and Whales.

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The Right to Choose: Multi-Agency Statutory Guidance for dealing with forced marriage

Author: The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (United Kingdom)

Publication: January 2010

This resource, produced by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the United Kingdom, provides comprehensive guidance for front-line staff dealing with cases of forced marriage in the UK.

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Who, When, If to Marry: the Incidences of Forced Marriage in Ontario by South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario

Author: Maryum Anis, Shalini Konanur, and Deepa Mattoo

Publication: August 2013

This report is the result of SALCO’s efforts to identify the incidence of forced marriage in Ontario. The data collected includes demographic information about forced marriage clients, and substantive data about the drivers for forced marriage, the barriers clients face, and the challenges service providers confront in serving forced marriage clients.

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Abusive International Marriages: Hmong Advocates Organizing in Wisconsin

Author: Chic Dabby-Chinoy in partnership with Wisconsin Refugee Family Strengthening Project

Publication: 2012

This report provides an analysis of what the authors have termed “abusive international marriages” in the Hmong community living in the United States. The authors also outline action steps for cultural change and present a collective vision of change and collective action.

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