CRANK global convening

The Child Marriage Research to Action Network (the CRANK) held its first online global research convening this December. We brought together researchers, practitioners, advocates and funders from around the world to strengthen coordination and action to end child marriage. The session recordings, presentations and initial key takeaways are now available online for all to use.

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