Event series

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Learning series on what works to end child marriage

Each online learning session brings diverse stakeholders together around a different theme, and will include presentations and space for discussion. A summary of the event and any related resources are then shared on the event page and are available for all to access.

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CRANK quarterly research meetings

These events are part of the Child Marriage Research to Action Network (CRANK). They aim to coordinate the global research agenda on child marriage and encourage the uptake of research by policy makers and practitioners.

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AJMER , RAJASTHAN, INDIA - OCTOBER, 02, 2022: Payal Prajapati, 18, (C) who was married at the age of nine, pictured with her team members at a stadium in Makadwali area in Ajmer district of Rajasthan, India

CRANK global convenings

The CRANK held its first online global research convening in December 2022, bringing together researchers, practitioners, advocates and funders from around the world to strengthen coordination and action to end child marriage. The session recordings, presentations and initial key takeaways can be found here.

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Gender-transformative collective action

Girls Not Brides held two webinars about the ongoing gender-transformative journeys of Girls Not Brides Mozambique and the Coalition of Civil Society to End Child Marriage in Nigeria. The recording and a summary of the sessions can be found here.

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Recent events

Advocating to strengthen the right to free education through the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Webinar to discuss the proposal for a new Optional Protocol under the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which aims to guarantee free secondary and at least one year of pre-primary education for all.

The impact of age of marriage and sexual consent laws on child marriage and girls’ rights

  • Online

Child marriage and the Sustainable Development Goals: Progress and opportunities for accelerated action

  • Online

Symposium: What's known and what's next – Charting future action on the mental health consequences of child marriage

A hybrid in-person and online Symposium on child marriage and mental health, hosted by UCL in collaboration with the CRANK.

CRANK research meeting: Learning from this year's evidence reviews – Progress, gaps and priorities on child marriage

Research meeting to look at the latest contributions to the global evidence base. We will consider the progress made and implications for policy, interventions and research.

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