- 1. Vulnerable Children
2. Child Abuse
3. Child Citizenship
4. Child Marriage
The world has committed to the target of ending child marriage by 2030 through the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals, though many countries remain off-track to meet this goal.
With 25 million child marriages averted in the last decade, UNICEF issues warning on International Women’s Day that these gains are now under serious threat
Child marriage—where at least one spouse is under the age of 18—is harmful to children’s health, safety, education, employment, and overall well-being.
5. Age of Criminal Responsibility
6. Death Penalty
This report examines how women’s gender shapes their pathways to drug offending and experiences in the criminal legal system, and how courts often ignore or disbelieve these gendered factors ....
On the World Day Against the Death Penalty, HRAI has published its annual report, in efforts to sensitize the public about the situation of the death penalty in Iran.
This report examines the extent to which states sanction the killing of sexual minorities.