CRANK Research Meeting: Learning from the latest evidence on child marriage prevention laws and their implications – Considering context, challenges and opportunities

Research meeting looking at new evidence on the impact of laws on child marriage and girls’ rights. This includes exploring the latest findings from evidence reviews – with key implications for research, programme and policy – contextual case studies examining the implications of laws, the challenges, opportunities and promising practices.

Photo: Maliama,18, conducts community outreaches sensitizing adolescent girls on risk factors of adolescent girls including; defilement, teenage pregnancy, child marriage, violence against children in schools and in communities and menstrual hygiene.
© UNICEF/UN0691132/Wamala

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