Essay about The Human Right Violation that is Child Marriage

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Marriage” a ceremony in which two people are married to each other”. To many people, marriage is much more than that, marriage is a happy ending, a way to be happy and stay with the person you love the most forever.Marriage mean a big wedding,beautiful wedding dresses, celebrate with your friends and families, a vow to love each other forever. Marriage is supposed to be the happiest day in a girl’s life, but to many girls in Africa, marriage is a way to survive, a solution to poverty, a way to take their childhood and education away, a world full of violence, abuse,and inequality.

Every year, more than a million girls in the developing world are married as children, denied their right to educations,health and opportunities, and even
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Marriage” a ceremony in which two people are married to each other”. To many people, marriage is much more than that, marriage is a happy ending, a way to be happy and stay with the person you love the most forever.Marriage mean a big wedding,beautiful wedding dresses, celebrate with your friends and families, a vow to love each other forever. Marriage is supposed to be the happiest day in a girl’s life, but to many girls in Africa, marriage is a way to survive, a solution to poverty, a way to take their childhood and education away, a world full of violence, abuse,and inequality.

Every year, more than a million girls in the developing world are married as children, denied their right to educations,health and opportunities, and even more worse, robbed of their childhood.Although the definition of child marriage included boys, most children married under the age of 18 are girls. Child marriage is violated human right and it’s also caused many negative consequence that can spread across the entire society.Even though the practice has decreased over the past 30 year,it’s still remained common in rural areas and among the poorest of the poor.
“For this inaugural day, the United Nations is focusing on the issue of child marriage. Globally, around 1 in 3 young women aged 20 to 24 — approximately 70 million — were married before the age of 18. Despite a decline in the overall proportion of child brides in the last 30 years, the challenge persists, particularly in rural areas
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