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5 powerful comic books tackling child marriage

Photo credit: Jane Mingay/Girls Not Brides

5 signs we made progress towards ending child marriage in 2016

Photo credit: Msichana Initiative

High Court judgment in Tanzania rules age of marriage laws discriminatory and unconstitutional

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SADC Model Law: one step closer to ending child marriage in Southern Africa

Phumzile Mlambo, Head of UN Women #MyLifeAt15_crop

#MyLifeAt15 takes off on Day of the Girl 2015

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#MyLifeAt15: A rallying call to end child marriage

Hasina Bano Village Basani Khurd Udaipur #MyLifeAt15_ccrop

Just launched! #MyLifeAt15 to #EndChildMarriage

Photo: Mereso, child bride turned activist in Tanzania. World YWCA.

Mereso: The child bride who’s changing attitudes



Now girls know their rights: Lessons from an intervention on child marriage and female genital mutilation in Mara Region, Tanzania

Author Naana Otoo-Oyortey, Adwoa Kwateng-Kluvitse and Lottie Howard-Merrill

This report shares lessons from a three year project in Mara region Tanzania to promote the rights of girls and young women at risk of child marriage and FGM.


Every last girl: free to live, free to learn, free from harm

This report looks at how to help promote gender equality and get power in the hands of girls. Child marriage is highlighted as one of the key barriers that hold girls back.

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Ending child marriage in Africa: opening the door for girls’ education, health, and freedom from violence

Author Human Rights Watch

In this report, Human Rights Watch looks at the factors leading to child marriage in Africa and the dire lifelong consequences linked to the practice.

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Voices of child brides and child mothers in Tanzania

Author Forward / Children's Dignity Forum

This report details the participatory ethnographic evaluation research (PEER) conducted in Tarime district, Tanzania highlighting the challenges girls face in marriage.

Human rights watch No way out

No way out: child marriage and human rights abuses in Tanzania

Author Human Rights Watch

In Tanzania, four out of ten girls are married before their eighteenth birthday. In this report, Human Rights Watch looks at the impact of child marriage

population council building evidence for effective programmes

Building evidence on effective programs to delay marriage and support married girls in Africa

Author Population Council

This brief by Population Council looks at effective programmes to delay marriage and support married girls in Ethiopia.


Protecting the girl child: Using the law to end child, early and forced marriage and related human rights violations

Author Equality Now

Provides legal research on the implementation of age of marriage laws in 18 countries and illustrates the impact of child marriage on a girl’s life through case studies.


Child, early and forced marriage resource guide

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

Case studies (Etudes de cas)

Union pour les droits corporels

Author: Girls Not Brides, Amref Health Africa  |  28.09.2015

Toolkits (Boite à outils)

Together for girls: violence against children surveys

Author: Together for Girls  |  31.07.2015