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However, her life story warns and instructs girls to get educated and not to marry too early. After her 16th birthday, the parents of her future husband came to her house, showing her a photograph of their son and assuring her that they would have a harmonious marriage and life in abundance.   They showed me one boy in the photograph, whom I liked, he was 18 years old, but the boy they showed me was actually my intended husband’s brother. When I went to their house, the real husband came from Germany after three months. (...) “My ex-husband calls me, swears at me, threatens me over the phone.
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Score: 1881721.9 - https://www.unicef.org/montenegro/en/stories/too-young-marry
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Marima* was desperate after her husband abandoned her with their two young daughters (aged 1.5 and 3), leaving them with no financial support. (...) “I used to be afraid of my husband. Now he is afraid of me,” she said confidently. (...) I have lawyers standing by.” 25 November 2020 VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN GAZA 64% of the currently married or ever married women experienced “at least once” psychological violence by their husbands. 26% of the currently married or ever married women experience “at least once” physical violence by their husbands. 11% of the currently married or ever married women experienced sexual violence by their husbands.
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Score: 1849109.8 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...-with-children-COVID-19-en.pdf
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This forced married girl would be treated as a punished girl in the husband’s family and always receives ill-treatment. (...) Parents in Afghanistan always are in concern if their daughters couldn’t find good husband, therefore, they always force their daughter to marry soon with a rich man or relative, regardless of her desire. (...) Case No 3 A women complained to the AIHRC regional office in Kandahar in 2016 that her 70-year old husband wants to marry anther 18 years old girl and now, to pay the marriage cost of his second marriage, her husband is forcing her to agree for her 10 years old daughter to marry a 37-years old man, enabling him to get enough money for the cost of his second marriage.
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Score: 1834420.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Settings/Afghanistan_NHRI.docx
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I had to clean, cook, wash the feet of my husband's brother, his wife, and my father-in-law. (...) Many girls who are forced to get married, just like Anita, spend their lives deprived of their rights, dependent on their husbands and their families. (...) She couldn't take it anymore. Meanwhile, her husband became mentally ill. He couldn't help her.
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Score: 1830841.6 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/en/stories/happiness-not-sale
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The literature suggest that when husbands and wives have similar desires for children, or husbands want fewer children, fertility may decline since wives’ desire for children are usually lower than that of their husbands. (...) These effects were significant across age groups. Older women who married between the ages of 20 – 24 were more likely to want the same number of children as their husbands or have a husband who wanted fewer. (...) In addition, young women who work away from home are more likely to use contraception, they are more likely to not have had births in the five years before data collection and are more likely to have the same desire for children as their husbands. Young women who married at later ages are likely not to have births in recent years (at the time of survey).
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Score: 1820909 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...vents/pdf/expert/3/oladosu.pdf
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Domestic-violence Child brides are often more likely to experience domestic violence and less likely to take action against this abuse. Girls who marry early are also more likely to believe that a man is justified in beating his wife.vi Married teenage girls with low levels of education suffer greater risk of social isolation, domestic violence and sexual violence from their spouses, than more educated women who marry as adults. and sexual violence from their husbands has lifelong, devastating mental health consequences for young girls because they are at a formative stage of psychological development. (...) The consequences of these violations impact not only the woman, but her children and broader society Physical consequences When a child bride is married she is likely to be forced into sexual activity with her husband, and at an age where the bride is not physically and sexually mature this has severe health consequences. (...) Studies indicate that women who marry at young ages are more likely to believe that it is sometimes acceptable for a husband to beat his wife, and are therefore more likely to experience domestic violence themselves.
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Score: 1811321.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...NGO/GirlsNotBridesNigeria.docx
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At the same time, Rahaf’s husband turned aggressive and, for the safety of her daughter and the unborn child, Najah took them back home.   (...) I’ve never seen her since”  “I lived with my husband for just three months”, she recalls with a tremor in her voice. (...) “I decided it was better for Rahaf to have a husband take care of her, but what happened was quite the opposite”. 
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Score: 1805365.8 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon/stories/i-got-married-age-13
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At the same time, Rahaf’s husband turned aggressive and, for the safety of her daughter and the unborn child, Najah took them back home.   (...) I’ve never seen her since”  “I lived with my husband for just three months”, she recalls with a tremor in her voice. (...) “I decided it was better for Rahaf to have a husband take care of her, but what happened was quite the opposite”. 
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Score: 1805365.8 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/st...s/i-got-married-age-13-lebanon
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The result of the application of this principle was that a woman who married a foreigner automatically acquired the nationality of her husband upon marriage. (...) In many States, the assump- tion that a married woman’s primary location is in the private sphere, within the home, and under the protection of her husband, has prevailed. (...) In many cases, these restrictions have created legal obstacles for women married to foreigners who wish to live with their husbands in their State of nationality, and for women married to foreigners who wish to live in their hus- band’s State.
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Score: 1785316.8 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/public/jun03e.pdf
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The Mauritian Women Case (Communication No. 35/1978) In Mauritius, until 1977, spouses (husbands and wives) of Mauritian citizens had the right of free access to Mauritius, were immune from deportation and were de facto residents of Mauritius. (...) Broeks v the Netherlands (Communication No. 172/1984) In the Netherlands, under the Unemployment Benefits Act, married women could not claim continued unemployment benefits unless they proved they were either "breadwinners" (meaning that they earned over a certain proportion of their family's total income) or that they were permanently separated from their husbands. (...) Ms Avellanal, who was married, owned two apartment buildings in Lima. The Supreme Court held that she was not entitled to sue her tenants for overdue rent because she was married and under the Civil Code, only husbands could represent matrimonial property.
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Score: 1782632 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/cedaw/protocol/cases.htm
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