G7 Advocacy Briefs
These advocacy briefs call on leaders in G7 countries to recognise the need for global level action on child marriage.
Advancing the Evidence Base on Child Marriage and HIV
This paper and an associated expert consultation were developed to better understand the relationship between child marriage and HIV.
Adolescent-led marriage in Somaliland and Puntland: a surprising interaction of agency and social norms
This paper the role of technology, social norms and poverty in driving adolescent-led marriage in Somaliland and Puntland.
Social norms and child marriage in Cameroon: an application of the theory of normative spectrum
This paper looks at the influence of social norms on child marriage across four villages in different regions of Cameroon.
Enlisting the whole of government to benefit the whole girl: ending child, early and forced marriage
This policy brief offers guidance to members of the U.S. government on developing a whole-of-government approach to address child marriage.
A hidden reality for adolescent girls, Child, Early and Forced Marriages and Unions in Latin America and the Caribbean
Regional study carried out in 8 countries (Bolivia, Brazil, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Peru and the Dominican Republic) that seeks to make visible Child, Early and Forced Marriages and…
Early marriage in Nepal: prospects for schoolgirls
This paper explores the drivers of child marriage among schoolgirls in one district in Nepal.
A Qualitative Study of the Drivers of Child Marriage in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
This qualitative study reveals the factors that lead to child marriage in seven districts of Pakistan. It also puts forward recommendations to end child marriage.
Born to be married: addressing early and forced marriage in Nyal, South Sudan
This report sheds light on the alarming rates of child marriage in Nyal, South Sudan.
Partnering for success: a step-by-step guide to addressing your most common partnership challenges
A step-by-step guide to addressing your most common partnership challenges.