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Rebekah Jackson. Alexis Montoya. Dylan Robinson. Child brides. http. ://pulitzercenter.org/projects/child-brides-child-marriage-too-young-to-wed. Ages 8 – 18. Global Issue. Health Problems. Poverty. ID: 590974 Download Presentation

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Kelsey CookRebekah JacksonAlexis MontoyaDylan Robinson

Child brides

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://pulitzercenter.org/projects/child-brides-child-marriage-too-young-to-wed

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Ages 8 – 18Global IssueHealth ProblemsPovertyTradition

about child brides

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More than 100 million girls in the developing world will be married during the next ten years.

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Law vs. CommunitySpans continents, language, religion, caste. Occurs in 49 countries

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Arranged marriagesDefiance of national lawsUnderstood by communitiesAppropriate way for girls to grow upRisk of losing girls’ virginityPatriarchal authority

Family

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Tradition

Settle debtsMake moneyCycle of povertyProstitutionTraffickingLack of employment opportunities

Poverty

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Psychiatric DisordersDomestic Abuse and ViolencePost-Traumatic Stress DepressionSexually Transmitted DiseasesChild Birth or PregnancyMortality Rates

Health issues

Zahara

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Light themselves on fireSent back to husband by parentsBeaten by in-laws and husbandPublicly and viciously floggedKidnappedMurderedDivorced and returned them to their own families.*

Reprimands of escape

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End child marriageBreak poverty cycleIndependenceEmpowermentJobsKnowledge of health concernsSeek divorce

education

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The United Nation’s Children’s Fund (UNICEF)International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) Girl Up

organizations

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Questions?

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Daily Mail Reporter. “The secret world of the child bride.” Mail Online. Associated Newspapers Ltd, 9 June 2011. Web. 23 September 2011. Gorney, Cynthia. “Too Young to Wed.” National Geographic. National Geographic Society, June 2011. Web. 23 September 2011. PBS. “Child Brides.” PBS.org. JumpStart Productions, 2010. Web. 24 September 2011. Reuters. “Child brides have more mental illness.” Reuters. N.p., 31 August 2011. Web. 23 September 2011. Stritof, Sheri and Bob. “Child Brides: The Problem of Early, Forced Marriage.” The New York Times Company, N.d. Web. 23 September 2011. Tristam, Pierre. “Child Marriage: Facts, Causes and Consequences.” The New York Times Company, N.d. Web. 23 September 2011. UNICEF. “Progress for Children.” UNICEF, September 2009. Web. 23 September 2011.

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