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7 musts when creating successful radio and TV programmes to address child marriage


Awakening the mind: street theatre takes on child marriage


Youth campaigning for change in Pakistan: spotlight on Kafka Welfare Organization


5 powerful comic books tackling child marriage


Tostan’s Community-Empowerment Training: A Q&A with participant Saima Toor from Bedari in Pakistan


Ending child marriage in South Asia: a regional action plan


Pakistan: despite minor setback there is progress on child marriage


Pakistan: Meet Samina, the former child bride making her village ‘child marriage-free’


A fresh start: how a Pakistani child bride turned her life around

After floods in Pakistan, Salma's family felt they had no other choice but to marry her off.

Salma’s story, Pakistan

As a child bride in rural Bangladesh, Rubina prevented her younger sisters from being married with the help of ActionAid.

Rubina’s story, Pakistan




South Asia

Working at the community level to end child marriage in Sindh province

This case study looks at the work of Sujag Sansar Organisation (SSO), working to address child marriage in Sindh, Pakistan by engaging a variety of community members.

Understanding and addressing child marriage. A scoping study of available academic and programmatic literature for the HER CHOICE Alliance

This study provides an in-depth look at the issue of child marriage across the Her Alliance 11 focus countries

Mapping of child marriage initiatives in South Asia

This report maps out existing initiatives to address child marriage and support married girls in eight South Asian countries.

Getting the evidence: Asia Child Marriage Initiative Summary Report 

Plan International and Coram Children’s Legal Centre look at the root causes of child marriage in Bangladesh, Pakistan and Indonesia.

Universal Periodic Review: successful examples of child rights advocacy

Remedies for forced marriage. A handbook for lawyers

Child marriage in South Asia: International and constitutional legal standards and jurisprudence for promoting accountability and change

Focuses on violations of women’s and girls’ reproductive rights and right to be free from sexual violence arising from child marriage in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Intended to serve as a resource for those interested in establishing government accountability for child marriage through human rights advocacy and litigation, and government officials, to strengthen their role in enforcing existing laws and policies and bringing about necessary legal reform.