La loi et le mariage des enfants

L’adoption de cadres juridiques progressistes représente l’un des éléments d’une réponse globale au mariage des enfants, comme le souligne la théorie du changement de Filles, Pas Epouses. Les changements juridiques liés au mariage des enfants doivent être accompagnés plus globalement de lois, de politiques et de programmes centrés sur l’autonomie et les droits des filles.

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