"No Happy Ever After": What children really think about child marriage in humanitarian crises

‘No Happily Ever After’ is new research that raises the voices and views of the children and young people who are affected by the issue of child marriage in countries facing a humanitarian crisis. The report also draws on the voices of children and young people who have not experienced child marriage, but who want to stand with their peers who have experienced child marriage.

More than 80 children from Afghanistan; Bangladesh; Rohingya refugee camp, Cox’s Bazar (Bangladesh); Niger and UK - girls and boys -13 to 18 years, who were part of this research are together calling on the UK Government and countries hit by humanitarian crisis to work together to end child marriage.  

Published 2020-02-28

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