Mar 06, 2018

Girls Not Brides welcomes historic drop in global number of child marriages but warns complacency is not an option - Girls Not Brides

LONDON 6 March 2018 – Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage welcomes new data published by UNICEF today showing a significant drop in the global number of child marriages. However, the …

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