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Education, Gender and Growth in Asia
Child marriage law swings in the wrong direction
On the controversial new child marriage law in Bangladesh that would permit girls below 18 to marry "under special circumstances".
Child Marriage Law and Attitudes Survey
CiMLAS 2018 is a survey of 1,700 women and men in 80 villages around Bangladesh on knowledge of child marriage law and beliefs and attitudes towards the practice.
Child Marriage Law and Gender Norms
Integgra receives funding for a new research project on the effect of Child Marriage Law on beliefs and attitudes.
Bangladesh's Child Seamstresses
The growing demand for female labour means that a new form of gender inequality is emerging in the country’s industrial areas where boys are kept in school whilst girls are being sent to work.
Early Marriage and Learning
Early marriage of mothers has a significant negative influence on learning outcome of daughters.
Gender Bias in Textbooks
On gender bias in representation of women and men in school textbooks in South and South-East Asia
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