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Equality Now issues urgent alert: Stop the lowering of the minimum age of marriage for girls in Egypt

Is there ever a good reason for child marriage?

  • Rema Nanda, Venkat Reddy, Ann Warner

"There is a sense that the girl child is inferior." Mary Robinson on why The Elders chose to address child marriage

Egypt: New child marriage laws are a step backwards, says Plan International

  • Plan International

A poignant reminder

  • Jeffrey Edmeades

G8 Foreign Ministers address child marriage: An important discussion, but action now needed

Bikers against child marriage

  • Venkat Reddy

Children are the angels of the earth. We must do more to protect them

  • Muhammad Aslam

A moral leader: India’s chance to spearhead efforts to end child marriage worldwide

  • Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Girls Not Brides members in Tanzania form national alliance to end child marriage

  • Sylivester Domasa

Tackling child marriage in Indonesia

  • Plan International

BRAC focuses on early marriage in its International Women’s Day 2012 celebration

  • BRAC

Eminent Indian leaders champion efforts to end child marriage in India

  • The Population Foundation of India (PFI), The Elders

Girls Not Brides recognised on top 50 list of ideas and solutions improving the lives of girls and women worldwide

  • Girls Not Brides, Women Deliver

Ending child marriage in South Asia: "a human mission"

Together we can end child marriage: building momentum in South Asia

Putting an end to early marriage in Niger

  • Plan International

We must listen and learn, not lecture

  • Ela Bhatt

Girls Not Brides heads to India to host its first South Asia regional meeting

Achieving what we once thought impossible: an end to harmful traditional practices

  • Molly Melching

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