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Anti-underage marriage and protecting girls from violence

Many of the violations related to underage marriage and violence against girls in countries that suffer from this phenomenon indicate that the perpetrators of these violations are usually relatives for several reasons and motives related to poverty, the high rate of illiteracy in education, or social customs. What is more shocking is that the local communities in some countries do not condemn these violations. However, the laws of some countries do not approve of them and sometimes punish them. Moreover, the authorities and the judiciary ignore it. Nevertheless, some previous experiences have proven, and in several cases, that raising awareness of the dangers of these violations on the individual and society had a relatively good effect, prompting local communities to adopt opposition to these violations and influence their surroundings to prevent their occurrence. In addition, the countries where these violations are widespread have human rights activists and civil society organizations who oppose them and try to influence their societies. However, many obstacles stand in the way of achieving a more significant impact, including a lack of advocacy campaigns, awareness campaigns, and organizational networking. Therefore, we believe that focusing on these means and tools will enhance their efforts positively.

These means and tools will enhance their efforts positively.

Volunteers and human rights activists will take advantage of Social-Media such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok and blogs platforms to publish videos and articles that are being produced and then posted to raise awareness of girls’ rights and raise awareness of societal risks to child marriage, legal risks to violence against girls, and the importance of preserving human rights, For a secure and stable community.

That will lead to changing the convictions of society and helps us to protect children from early marriage and protect girls from violence.

From the operational point of view: We will work on producing informative materials using the usual means of production in this field. Our team will create, photograph and make the content and then select the appropriate media to publish it and reach the target communities more effectively.

In terms of governance: we will use best practices in cost estimation, results evaluation and impact measurement; We follow generally accepted standards in accounting and legal auditing.

 

  • Most countries in the world have signed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, But some countries still allow child marriage. It still condones violence against girls and women.

  • It has been proven that communication and networking with influencers and decision-makers at several levels (especially law enforcement officials and parliamentarians) significantly impact activating legal articles related to protecting girls from early marriage and violence. Still, These countries move to implement the law to protect their reputation in international forums, especially the Human Rights Council. These governments usually provide feedback to the Human Rights Council, including the measures they have implemented to reduce violations;

  • This networking with influencers also helps countries whose laws do not criminalize early marriage to enact legislation criminalizing this type of abuse.

    The importance of raising awareness of respect for international laws that countries have signed through the media activities we will carry out will contribute to protecting girls and limiting child marriage. It will make political decision-makers implement international agreements to reduce this violation. Signed by their governments,

    That is because online media activities reach all countries of the world.

  • We do not publish research, but we try to benefit from the research and study that have been published already by converting them into media materials and graphic designs to benefit from it spreading awareness and changing the convictions of societies of the importance of girls’ rights and stopping child marriage.

Nada Foundation will form human rights focus and advocate groups where volunteers can look into and research instances of human rights breaches.
The groups will then use data and research published by governments and respected bodies such as the UN, Amnesty and Unicef and only take the facts, present the statistics and point to the public through the creation of posters, leaflets, social media, blogs and videos in a presentation and format that engages with the public and increases awareness of the human rights abuses. That will pressure those breaching human rights and governments worldwide to take action and prevent/stop human rights abuses.

 
 

 

 

A human rights organization concerned with girls’ rights, raising community awareness and protecting girls from abuses that girls are exposed to by society or their families. Educating the community about human rights, The importance of justice and equality in social coexistence, Stopping social pressures based on customs and traditions that violate human rights, Supporting girls to gain economic independence, and qualifying girls to work online to become independent.

The benefits of the organisations purposes are that it improves human rights and highlights breaches and
puts pressure on those breaches to be stopped.

 
 

فوائد المنظمات هي أنه يحسن حقوق الإنسان ويسلط الضوء على الانتهاكات و
يضغط على تلك الخروقات ليتم إيقافها.

 

The work done by the organisation is in the pursuit of it’s objectives. When considering what work to carry
out it considers what methods would best highlight to humanity the breaches of human rights worldwide.
It’s work benefits the whole of humanity as it is focused on human rights.

 

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In the time it has taken to read this article 39 girls under the age of 18 have been married

Each year, 12 million girls are married before the age of 18

That is 23 girls every minute

Nearly 1 every 2 seconds

 
 
 

 

 

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