Understanding the drivers of early childbearing in specific contexts is important for effective policy making.
Raising the minimum age for Indonesian women to marry to 19 years is important, but on its own is not enough to reduce rates of child marriage.
From Turkey to Saudi Arabia, Muslim women are battling for their rights - but religion is not at fault.
Laws in Mauritius allow minors to marry while some cultures on the island are tolerant of child marriage.
Mozambique has one of the highest maternal death rates in the world. Researchers hope to reduce this, with an ambitious project aimed at empowering women and girls.
It is possible for minors in all 50 states to get married. A scholar explains the long history of child marriage, mostly of young girls, in the US.
Creating more opportunities for young women and girls to work and earn money is a possible solution to early marriages. Subsidising secondary education to keep poorer girls in school is another.
Girls’ lives are still entangled in a culture whose custodians happen to be men.
Education can be a powerful tool to stop the practice of child marriage. It empowers girls, and their success can ultimately boost their communities.