Pro Bono Library Items Archive
Forced Marriage Policy Recommendations
Forced marriage victims often fall between the cracks in the United States, with dire consequences. They can suffer severe and lifelong harm, including physical and mental health issues, barriers to education, and domestic and sexual abuse. Current laws and resources are inadequate to address the unique challenges associated with forced marriage. Tahirih Justice Center has issued the following policy recommendations to protect and support those facing or fleeing forced marriages in the U.S.
Forced Marriage Fact Sheet
What is forced marriage? How is forced marriage different than arranged marriage? We answer the most common questions about this human rights violation in this fact sheet.
Social Impact Exchange Business Plan
By scaling geographically, Tahirih Justice Center will bring our skills and programs to new communities: providing thorough services to more women and girls, while simultaneously enhancing the professional and social services delivered by partner organizations through training and education.
2013 Audited Financial Statements
Read our 2013 audited financial statement.
2013 Impact Report
At the time of this publication, Tahirih had assisted nearly 15,000 women and children seeking protection from gender-based human rights abuses such as rape, female genital mutilation, domestic violence, human trafficking, honor crimes, and forced marriage.
2012 Audited Financial Statements
Read our 2012 audited financial statement.
2011-2012 Impact Report
This snapshot of our lifesaving programs to date depicts our phenomenal growth as a national non-profit.