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Programme

Meeting Programme 

The Global Meeting programme featured 59 sessions over three days. A full list of the sessions appears below, where you can find more information about each session and download any resources that were used. 11 of the sessions were live streamed, and you can watch complete videos of these sessions where they are available. 

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Monday 25th June


Plenary: Opening Session (a video of the complete session is available)


Confronting the tensions between protection and empowerment: The age of marriage vs. age of sexual consent.


This time for Africa: Sustaining the continental momentum in addressing child marriage (a video of the complete session is available)


Working with parliamentarians to end child marriage


What is meaningful youth engagement?


Child marriage and FGM: Success factors in community-led initiatives to change social norms around child marriage and female genital mutilation/cutting


Increasing political and religious conservatism: The impact on tackling child marriage in South Asia


Advocacy in a digital space: Using social media and other online tools


Plenary: The role of multilateral organisations in ending child marriage
(a video of the complete session is available)


The value and risks of criminalising child marriage: Building a common understanding  (a video of the complete session is available)


Girls’ clubs, safe spaces and life-skills programmes: Learning from what works


Challenging taboos and social norms through edutainment: Examples from Malawi and Pakistan


The key to ending child marriage? Cross-sector collaboration


Joining forces to gather evidence on child marriage in humanitarian settings in the Arab States


Building on the SADC Model Law to End Child Marriage in Southern Africa


Promoting sustainable change through our own self-reflection and transformation


Engaging men and boys in efforts to end child marriage


Child marriage in Francophone Africa: Challenges and opportunities for Girls Not Brides members  (a video of the complete session is available)


Engaging faith leaders in ending child marriage


Child marriage in Latin America


Face to face: Practical advocacy skills for working with government


Survivor advocacy workshop: How to encourage, care for and involve survivors in advocacy


Lessons from the field: How do multi-component programmes address the drivers and consequences of early marriage?


Creative, participatory, art-influenced, girl-led approaches to ending child marriage


A force to be reckoned with: How Girls Not Brides National Partnerships are taking collective action to end child marriage


Tuesday 26th June


Plenary: More than just money - donor countries and private foundations' work in ending child marriage (a video of the complete session is available)


Teenage pregnancy as a driver of early union/marriage, and the role of SRH services (a video of the complete session is available)


Using the law to end impunity for child marriage


Moving from age to agency: redefining success and measuring change


Finding and minding the gaps in research on child marriage


Making public finances work: Costing and budgeting to end child marriage


Addressing child marriage at scale – how CSOs have worked with governments


Addressing child marriage in East Africa: Successes, challenges and opportunities for progress


Toolbox session: Inspire me!


Comprehensive Sexuality Education: Promoting gender equality, empowering young people and ending gender based violence


Lessons learned from research on implementing multi-sectoral policies and programmes at the sub-national level


Community-led approaches to ending child marriage in West, Eastern and Southern Africa: Traditional leaders as key actors for change


Research world cafe


Changing social norms around child marriage: Tools and approaches for designing social norms programmes


What journalists want: An introduction to working with the media


Harnessing the power of data and evidence to advocate for change


The dynamics of child marriage in humanitarian settings: Findings from Gaza, Lebanon, Jordan and South Sudan  (a video of the complete session is available)


Wednesday 27th June


Developing a holistic support package for married girls


How mass media can help us end child marriage


#YouthDeliver: Youth leading the fight to end child marriage  (a video of the complete session is available)


Modern slavery and child labour: Entry points for addressing child marriage


Turning challenges into opportunities: The role of religious leaders in efforts to end child marriage


What does gender transformative sexuality programming look like and why does it matter?


Effective advocacy to end child marriage: Leveraging global and regional action to create change at the national level


From commitment to action: Ending child marriage in West and Central Africa


Changing social norms around child marriage: What will it take and how are we doing? (a video of the complete session is available)


At what cost? Making the economic case for ending child marriage


Strategic litigation for addressing child marriage: A practical perspective


Funding for community projects: Top tips and tricks for securing your next funding win


Nothing for us, without us: Young activists call for a better future


Tackling child marriage in South East Asia: Challenges and opportunities


Moving beyond what works: Translating evidence into policies and programmes for girls


The case for space: Defending fundamental freedoms of movement and association


Learning from failure in our efforts to end child marriage


Do too many cooks spoil the broth? Multi-stakeholder collaboration in action


A silver bullet? How education can end child marriage


Plenary: Closing session (a video of the complete session is available)