Steeped in values, customs, perceptions and taboos linked to adolescence and sexuality, child marriage work requires deep political education among all staff and partners that engage with it. To prepare teams to engage child marriage programming, projects often invest in structuring time for critical reflection and dialogue on key issues surrounding it. This may include:

Reflecting on Values and Expectations

Dialogue on Power and Privilege

Gender Concepts

Unpacking Child Marriage and Programming Topics

Ongoing Regular Reflections