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    • Harmful practices prevail despite legal knowledge: A mixed-method study on the paradox of child marriage in Bangladesh 

      Akter, Sayema; Williams, Chloe; Talukder, Animesh; Islam, Muhammed Nazmul; Escallon, Juanita Vasquez; Sultana, Tania; Kapil, Neha; Sarker, Malabika (Taylor & Francis, 2021-02-24)
      Child marriage is a globally recognised human rights violation that disproportionately affects girls, especially in developing countries. It has serious negative consequences on girls’ physical, mental, sexual, and ...
    • Religion and muslim women: trajectories of empowerment 

      Huq, Samia; Khondaker, Sahida Islam (BRAC University, 2011-06)
      The report is based on a two‐year research project in which we looked at women’s everyday engagement with religion. We aimed to gain insights into how women conceptualize religion, the norms and concepts through which ...