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Here you'll find the latest news and stories about child marriage, and the work our member organisations and partners in the broader movement are doing to end the harmful practice.

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Sustainable development goals: why ending child marriage should be a target

  • Ommera Zafar

"Casablanca Calling": A quiet social revolution in Morocco

  • Rosa Rogers

VIDEO: Child marriage stands in the way of girls’ education

Webcast - Ending child, early and forced marriage: what works and how we measure it

Belgian parliament adopts resolution urging government to prioritise child marriage in development & cooperation policy

  • Anthony Vanoverschelde

After Malawi’s new marriage law: what next to end child marriage?

  • Ephraim Chimwaza

Influencing the post-2015 process: lessons learned from civil society

  • Hira Anum, Felogene Anumo

Malawi sets legal minimum age of marriage at 18

  • Faiza Jama Mohamed

Girls Not Brides Global Member Meeting 2015

  • Samantha Ash

Alliance of men & boys working to end child marriage launched in Pakistan

  • Qamar Naseem

A fresh start: how a Pakistani child bride turned her life around

  • Younus Khan

PRESS RELEASE: Girls Not Brides receives Nationale Postcode Loterij award

Post-2015 toolkit: Make ending child, early and forced marriage a global priority

  • Ommera Zafar

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

  • Jessica Lomelin

Advocating for an end to child marriage: 5 global successes in 2014

  • Ommera Zafar

United for impact – How Girls Not Brides members worked together in 2014

  • Marta Welander

Civil society in Ghana launches Girls Not Brides partnership to end child marriage

Do no more harm. How one man changed himself before changing his community

  • Avinashi Paudel

"Together: Ending child marriage in Zambia" - A new film by Girls Not Brides

How birth certificates help tackle child marriage

  • Jessica Lomelin

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