Who can become a member
If you are a civil society organisation committed to working in partnership to end child marriage, and to sharing your expertise with other member organisations, then please join us! Membership is free and the application process is simple. All we ask is that you play an active role in the Partnership by sharing information about your work, connecting with other members and taking part in Girls Not Brides campaigns, events and consultations. All members must endorse our Mission statement and membership policies.
If you are not affiliated with a civil society organisation but want to support Girls Not Brides and our ongoing efforts to end child marriage, you can:
- Visit our Take Action page to support campaigns, petitions and projects organised by our members.
- Follow @GirlsNotBrides on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram to spread the word.
- Visit our Learning & Resources hub to learn more about child marriage and related issues.
- Check out our website for upcoming events.
What our members say
My organisation has and continues to receive support from Girls Not Brides to access resources, networks and peer-to-peer learning from other countries. This is a huge support for us to improve our work.Founder and Creative Director, Girls Voices Initiative, Nigeria
We have received technical support from Girls Not Brides, which has helped us to accelerate our child marriage campaign in the Nepali community. The Girls Not Brides Theory of Change, fundraising toolkit and other publications are empowering as well as motivating us to work on child marriage.Programme Director, Janaki Women Awareness Society (JWAS), Nepal
Collaborate for change
Together, Girls Not Brides member organisations advocate for influential bodies to take action on child marriage at the global level. Many work collectively in their countries to advocate for relevant national laws, policies and action.
Increase your visibility
Member organisations can raise the profile of their work by being a part of our influential global Partnership. They can connect with the media and showcase their work on the Girls Not Brides website and other digital and physical spaces.
Learn from others
Members can connect with other organisations working to address child marriage, share their expertise and learn from each other’s successes and challenges. They can also build their skills and knowledge through events covering a variety of topics.
Power in unity
Stronger together, members make their voices heard by joining national, regional and global campaigns, and use key advocacy moments – such as the International Day of the Girl Child – to take collective action.
Queremos crecer nuestra membresía en América Latina y el Caribe
Los matrimonios y uniones infantiles, tempranas y forzadas todavía no se reconocen como un problema importante en esta región, y queremos colaborar con más organizaciones de la región para abordar este problema de manera colectiva. Si su organización tiene su sede en América Latina y el Caribe, o desempeña sus actividades en la región, ¡únase a nuestra Alianza!
We are looking for new members from Latin America and the Caribbean
Child, early and forced marriage and unions are still not recognised as a significant issue in this region, and we want to work with more organisations to address this collectively. If your organisation is based in Latin America and the Caribbean, or runs programmes there, join our movement today!
Nous cherchons de nouveaux membres d'Amérique latine et des Caraïbes
Les unions et mariages d’enfants, précoces et forcés ne sont toujours pas reconnus comme des problèmes importants dans cette région du monde et nous souhaitons collaborer avec un plus grand nombre d’organisations pour y remédier collectivement. Si votre organisation est établie en Amérique latine et dans les caraïbes, ou y met en œuvre des programmes, joignez-vous à notre mouvement dès aujourd’hui !