Date: 21 July - 1 August
Time: 10am-8pm, Mon-Fri (Please note this exhibition will close at 2pm on Friday 1 August)
Venue: Atrium Gallery, Old Building
Photographer, Stephanie Sinclair, b.1973, has documented the issue of child marriage for more than a decade. She lived in the Middle East for six years and began her work on child marriage after encountering young women who had set themselves on fire in Afghanistan and learning that many of these girls had been married underage.
The resulting photographic exhibition, Too Young To Wed, produced in association with UNFPA, has been published and exhibited around the world. The Department for International Development is delighted to bring an abridged version of the exhibit to the UK for the first time.
The exhibition forms part of the British government’s Girl Summit, which will rally a global movement to end child, early and forced marriage and female genital mutilation (FGM) for all girls within a generation. Doing this will help preserve girls' childhoods, promote their education, reduce their exposure to violence and abuse, and allow them to fulfil their potential in life. Everyone has a part to play in achieving rights for girls and women around the world.
For more information or to sign the pledge to show your support, please visit: Girl Summit pledge
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