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Naomi Wiseman of Garden Court has been accepted by the University of Cambridge Family Law Centre as a visiting research scholar

Tuesday 28 January 2020

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The Girls Not Brides Campaign has commissioned Naomi to produce a research paper to support the proposed legislative changes to prevent child marriage in England and Wales.

The Cambridge Family Law Centre is a centre of excellence for research and teaching in all aspects of family law and policy, domestic, comparative and international. They offer a unique combination of academic, policy and practice-oriented insight into family law issues around the globe.

Naomi is advising the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation (IKWRO) in relation to their campaign (with other groups) to introduce legislation to end child marriage in England and Wales. 

To find out more about the campaign and how you can support these organisations, visit the IKWRO and Girls Not Brides websites.

On Wednesday 29 January Girls Not Brides, IKWRO, Karma Nirvana, FORWARD and Independent Yemen Group are hosting a panel discussion from 9am-1pm at Attlee Suite, Portcullis House on 'Lifting The Veil: Ending Child Marriage in England and Wales'. Register online or RSVP to jenny@bridesdogood.com

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