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Conflict, Climate Shocks, COVID-19 Threaten Reducing Child Marriage

Conflict, Climate Shocks, COVID-19 Threaten Reducing Child Marriage

The world saw a steady decline in child marriage in the last decade, but multiple crises, including conflict, climate shocks, and the...
Afghanistan is World's Largest Humanitarian Crisis

Girls In Conflict Region Face 20 % More Marriage Risk 

Girls affected by conflict are 20 per cent more likely to be married than those living in peaceful areas, said a new...
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India among five countries account for half of child marriages

Five countries, including India, account for about half of the child marriages in the world, according to a new UNICEF analysis. Apart from India,...

Trafficking most often linked to marriages; UN

Girls as young as 12 years of age are forced or tricked into marrying men who exploit them for sex and domestic work, which...

Kerala Positive: Marriage at the time of Corona

Miles apart, a couple from Kerala gets married in a virtual marriage. Sreejith Nadesan, 30, from Kottayam married Anjana from Pallippad, near Haripad, who is now...

Taiwan makes history allowing same sex marriage

Taiwan gets its first among Asian countries to allow same sex marriage as the Taiwanese legislature passed a legislation legalising such marriages. The parliament passed...
Nine Percent Adults Identify Themselves as LGBT

Nine Percent Adults Identify Themselves as LGBT

An average of nine per cent adults in 30 countries identifies themselves as LGBT, with sharp generational differences, according to a recent survey by IPSOS.
A Wide Fund Gap in Child Protection

A Wide Fund Gap in Child Protection

A shortfall of nearly 650 million dollar fund in child protection leaves nearly 18 million vulnerable children and caregivers in the world's worst humanitarian crises at risk of violence, exploitation and abuse, said Save the Children.
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Tina Turner, the Legendary Musician of All Times

Legendary American musician Tina Turner, known as the “Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” passed away on May 24, aged 83. One of...
Corporate Employees Face Higher Mental Risk

Corporate Employees Face Higher Mental Risk

About one in every two corporate employees in India is at high risk of mental health problems, showed a survey conducted by MPower, an initiative by the Aditya Birla Education Trust, in collaboration with IPSOS. Among the employees, the survey points out that female employees are more prone to high mental health risk.