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GLOBAL NETWORK ON MENTAL HEALTH AND CHILD MARRIAGE

 

Global Network on Mental Health and Child Marriage, housed at UCL’s Institute for Global Health, is an established network of organisations and individuals focused on the mental health consequences of child, early and forced marriage around the globe.

We are currently conducting a study to identify what matters most for addressing the mental health needs of people married young. Please click here to read more. 

 
 

SOCIAL CHANGE IN UNEXPECTED WAYS: UNDERSTANDING THE PRACTICE OF THE NHANGA

Traditionally known as a women-only safe space, click here to read about how the Nhanga can be used as a form of quiet activism. The authors of this recently published article explored how the Nhanga has the ability to improve the health and wellbeing of women who take part in it.

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ETHICAL AND SAFE CONDUCT OF INTERVIEWS AND DISCUSSIONS ON CHILD MARRIAGE: GUIDING PRINCIPLES - A GUIDE FOR RESEARCHERS AND PROFESSIONALS

BANGLES AND BINDHIS: ENGAGING COMMUNITIES ABOUT CHILD MARRIAGE IN SOUTHERN NEPAL