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Find here reports, policy briefs and factsheets about child marriage, as well as capacity building tools for organisations and individuals working to end child marriage.

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Child marriage within the global humanitarian system

This report includes recommendations for a range of actors interested in encouraging and driving greater action to address child marriage in humanitarian settings.


Youth-led research in Ethiopia, Nepal and Pakistan

This short report summarises key takeaways from a youth-led research approach used by members of the HER CHOICE alliance in Ethiopia, Nepal and Pakistan.


Stop Stealing Her Childhood - What To Do Next

So you've launched your own SDG petition? This toolkit gives next steps for the #StopStealingHerChildhood campaign.


18+ Ending child marriage and teen pregnancy in Eastern and Southern Africa: Learning for Change

This report summarises lessons learnt from Plan International's 18+ programme to address child marriage in Eastern and Southern Africa.


How to launch your own national ‘Stop Stealing Her Childhood’ petition

Download this toolkit to learn how to set up your own #StopStealingHerChildhood campaign, from how to set up your online petition to which key messages and photos to use.


Adolescent girls in crisis: voices from Beirut

This report explores the experiences of Lebanese, Syrian and Palestinian adolescent girls in Beirut, Lebanon.


Tackling the taboo: sexuality and gender-transformative programmes to end child, early and forced marriage and unions

Tackling the Taboo focuses on the need to address patriarchal control of adolescent girls’ sexuality in the fight against child, early and forced marriage and unions.

Case study, Girls Not Brides materials

The Power of Collective Action

This set of case studies tells six stories of how collective working can create meaningful changes in the lives of girls.


Everybody wants to belong: a practical guide to tackling and leveraging social norms in behaviour change programming

This guide includes tips and tools to help design effective behaviour change interventions that consider the influence of social norms on practices like child marriage.

Fact sheet and brief

Working with religious leaders to address child marriage

Some religious leaders have acted as powerful agents of change for progress on child marriage across the world. Others have been an obstacle to efforts to end the practice.