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'Early marriage'- new episode of 'Partners, but'

Sept. 3, 2018 4:18 P.M. (Updated: Sept. 3, 2018 4:18 P.M.)
GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- A new episode of the "Partners, but" show discussed "early marriage" to discuss the issue that rings an alarm in the society, and to discuss its health and psychological impact on women as well as the social consequences of the effects of such marriages.

Mufti of the Muslim Sharia Sheikh Nimr Abu Awn, lawyer Suhair al-Baba, a legal researcher at the Center for Women's Affairs and several young activists who worked on youth initiatives regarding "early marriage" took part of the episode.

The episode focused on defining "early marriage," laws and legislation in Islamic courts, customs and traditions, the legal aspect focused on issues and crises resulting from "early marriage."

Young activists reviewed the nature of their youth initiatives on the subject t and the aspects they worked on in the field, as well as the challenges they faced to address this issue and make the required change.

It is noteworthy that this workshop comes in partnership between the Ma'an Network, including the radio network, TV, website and social media pages in cooperation and partnership with the United Nations Population Fund and the Spanish Cooperation.

For full episode, click here.

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