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Featured Publication

In collaboration with UNFPA, Plan International, and GreeneWorks, a report on the causes of child marriage in Latin America.

Child marriages and unions, early and forced (MUITF) are a key issue of social justice of our time, but have received limited attention in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). The global impulse and regional and opportunities for progress significant to end child marriage have never been more favorable. For this reason, Plan International and UNFPA have conducted a regional study in eight

countries to highlight the specificities of the region and explore in depth the great diversity between them. East Regional report is based on the rich research carried out in Bolivia, Brazil, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Peru, Dominican Republic and Guatemala.

 

Recent publications include:

ALIGN Annotated Bibliography

ALiGN Brief

May 2019

This annotated bibliography searched (mostly) open source resources that examine how gender norms influence access to and design and uptake of youth friendly health services (YFHS) in low- and middle-income countries.

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Medium Blog

March 2019

This blog post on Medium's online publication makes the case for a gender transformative approach to gender equality.

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Time to Act! 

2018

The Time to Act! report delves into emerging interventions that have high potential to be successful and effective in preventing, reducing and eliminating child early and forced marriage (CEFM) in Asia.

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Promundo Blog

October 2018

On International Day of the Girl Child, There’s No Avoiding the Role of Men and Boys in Ending Child Marriage

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SSRC Report

June 2018

This report examines how public health conceptualizes prevention and explores innovative approaches that can be applied to conflict and violence prevention.  

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Girls Not Brides

September 2017

Launching Movimento M: A Community of Practice Committed to Building Evidence-Based Programs for Girls in Mozambique.