Tag : Policy Recommendations
Opportunities to Respond to Forced Marriage within Australia’s Domestic and Family Violence Framework
Author: Laura Vidal
Forced marriage expert Laura Vidal examines Australia’s response to forced marriage, and makes recommendations for alternative approaches to the issue. She highlights opportunities within existing domestic and family violence law and policy to prevent and respond to individuals impacted by forced marriage, and identifies possibilities for moving the Australian response away from a singular criminal justice lens and toward a more holistic response.
Author: Raquel Wildes Genet
Publication: August 2019
This article provides legal and historical background on the state of laws allowing for child marriage in the United States, and goes on to examine the arguments for and against eliminating marriage under age 18 without exceptions. The author makes recommendations for policy changes, taking into account both protective measures and perceived political feasibility.
Author: Tahirih Justice Center
Publication: January 2014
This document outlines the Tahirih Justice Center’s policy recommendations regarding what the U.S. can do to end forced marriage.