This year’s adolescent-friendly report provides a new resource for girl advocates featuring first of its kind data analysis on the quantitative effect of conflict on child marriage, as well as longitudinal research based on more than 600 interviews with young women and girls married as children.
This publication uses data to
illustrate how child marriage and
schooling are related, showing
the likelihood of child marriage
among populations with different
levels of education, as well as the
educational status of girls who are
child brides today.