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Child Brides: Why Does It Still Happen?

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/conference/wie_symposium_2011 Anju Malhotra, vice president of research, innovation and impact at the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), explains why the practice of child marriage persists in many societies around the world. ----- WIE Inspiration Day: Girls Not Brides: A New Global Partnership to End Child Marriage Mabel van Oranje CEO, The Elders Desmond Tutu Archbishop of Cape Town Sharon D'Agostino Senior Director at Johnson and Johnson Jamila Al-Raibi Deputy Minister in Yemen WIE Network is a next generation media company that aims to inspire social change through the creation of engaging and inspirational filmed content, large scale forums and innovative social media programs. The company's properties include the annual women's conference, The WIE Symposium; WIE Interact, an online social network for women, and a new online reputation service to be announced. Other projects include a feature film about legendary African heroine Yaa Asantewaa; and a documentary that explores the role of forgiveness in conflict resolution around the world. Anju Malhotra is vice president of research, innovation and impact at the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW). Malhotra leads the organization's efforts to cultivate cross-institutional learning, measure and evaluate the impact of ICRW's work and foster innovation to strengthen institutional impact.
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