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Bangladesh and the Child Marriage Restraint Act 2016: a recap

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Reconsider Child Marriage Restraint Act 2016 – Girls Not Brides Bangladesh to Prime Minister

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Child marriage: what do social norms have to do with it?

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The ‘Hidden Connections’ between climate change and child marriage in Bangladesh

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Ending child marriage in South Asia: a regional action plan

Phumzile Mlambo, Head of UN Women #MyLifeAt15_crop
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#MyLifeAt15 takes off on Day of the Girl 2015

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Taking theatre to the streets: tackling child marriage with drama in Bangladesh

#GirlConnected - Latifah quote
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Making bold choices: how Latifa became an advocate against child marriage

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Voices

Bangladeshi girls say no to child marriage – in their own words

Photo: Meena avoided child marriage in Bangladesh. Plan Asia.
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Bangladesh: when child brides choose their own path, Meena’s story

Photo: Bakul, child bride and child mother in Bangladesh. Plan Asia.
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Facing married life in Bangladesh: Bakul’s story

Hosna, 14, Bangladesh, finds help in IPPF to prevent an impending child marriage.
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“I decide”: Hosna’s journey, Bangladesh

Rupa from Bangladesh, was married at 13, becoming a a widow and single mother at the age of 14.
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Rupa’s story, Bangladesh

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Lessons learned from national initiatives - cover

Lessons learned from national initiatives to end child marriage

Author Ellen Travers, Matilda Branson

This report explores lessons learned from the growing number of national initiatives to end child marriage around the world, particular with regards to implementation.

UNI Am

Understanding and addressing child marriage. A scoping study of available academic and programmatic literature for the HER CHOICE Alliance

Author Katie Hodgkinson, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research

This study provides an in-depth look at the issue of child marriage across the Her Alliance 11 focus countries

Pop Council - Balika report

Delaying child marriage through community based skills development programs for girls: results from a randomized controlled study in rural Bangladesh

Author Amin, S et al, Population Council

Population Council's Balika programme has significantly delayed child marriage and produced better health, educational and social outcomes for girls in Bangladesh.

UNICEF UNFPA - Mapping initiatives South Asia

Mapping of child marriage initiatives in South Asia

Author UNICEF, UNFPA

This report maps out existing initiatives to address child marriage and support married girls in eight South Asian countries.

CARE - Cultural context of CM in Nepal, Bangladesh

The cultural context of child marriage in Nepal and Bangladesh: findings from CARE’s Tipping Point project

This CARE report provides insights into what drives child marriage in the Terai region of Nepal and the haor areas of Bangladesh.

Plan, Coram - ACMI 2015

Getting the evidence: Asia Child Marriage Initiative Summary Report 

Author Plan International, Coram International

Plan International and Coram Children's Legal Centre look at the root causes of child marriage in Bangladesh, Pakistan and Indonesia.

population council framing the problems

Programs to address child marriage: framing the problem

Author Sajeda Amin, Population Council

This fact sheet explores the issue of child marriage and provides an overview of some promising approaches in Ethiopia, Bangladesh and Guatemala.

Guides

Child, early and forced marriage resource guide

Author: Alison M. Glinski, Magnolia Sexton, Lis Meyers  |  01.09.2015

Toolkits (Boite à outils)

Universal Periodic Review: successful examples of child rights advocacy

Author: Diarra Diop, Save the Children  |  01.01.2014

Toolkits (Boite à outils)

Remedies for forced marriage. A handbook for lawyers

Author: International Center for the Legal Protection of Human Rights (INTERIGHTS)  |  01.01.2014