This course was designed for Movement for Strengthening Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Activism (MOSA) project.

The course "Ending Child Marriages" is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the issue of child marriage and strategies for ending this harmful practice. The course will cover topics such as the causes and consequences of child marriage, the legal and policy frameworks for addressing child marriage, and the role of education and community engagement in ending child marriage.

The course will take a human rights-based approach, examining child marriage as a violation of the rights of children and girls. Students will learn about international human rights standards related to child marriage, including the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women.

Overall, the course "Ending Child Marriages" will provide students with the knowledge and skills to become effective advocates and activists for ending child marriage, promoting the rights of girls and women, and contributing to the global effort to end this harmful practice.


Who can study this course?

    • Movement for Strengthening Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Activism (MOSA) project beneficiaries