If Courage Had An Anniversary, It Would Be Fauziya’sMay 6th, 2016
On June 13, 1996, she won asylum. Twenty years later, Fauziya’s groundbreaking victory still deserves the world’s attention.
Giving a Child Care License to a Jail Is a Major Setback for JusticeMay 3rd, 2016
A jail is no place for children.
Who Decides If You’re Too Young To Marry?April 6th, 2016
Listen to NPR’s coverage of a Tahirih-drafted law that is sparking conversation about child marriage in the U.S.
Our 2015 Impact Report Is Now Here!April 5th, 2016
Take a look at how your support transformed survivors’ lives and kept harmful policies at bay in our newest report.
Timeline: Our Advocacy in 2015 to Free Mothers and ChildrenApril 5th, 2016
Your support brought women and children detained in jail-like facilities closer to freedom in 2015. Browse our timeline to learn more.
The Women Campaigning to End Child Marriage in the United StatesMarch 17th, 2016
Child marriage and forced marriage are not problems that affect only one community or one country. These are universal girls’ issues.
NOW AVAILABLE: 2016 Spring NewsletterMarch 17th, 2016
Learn more about what you helped us accomplish this season!