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Education, Gender and Growth in Asia
Child marriage law swings in the wrong direction
On the controversial new child marriage law in Bangladesh that would permit girls below 18 to marry "under special circumstances".
Survey on Children, Early Marriage and Covid-19
SChEMaC 2020 is a survey of 498 women in 23 districts around Bangladesh to investigate how the Covid-19 pandemic and school closures are affecting children.
Can Child Marriage Law change Attitudes and Behaviour?
New research finds that a new child marriage law can affect both attitudes and behaviour but there is a serious risk of backlash.
Bangladesh's Child Seamstresses
The growing demand for female labour means that a new form of gender inequality is emerging in the country’s industrial areas where boys are kept in school whilst girls are being sent to work.
Microfinance and Women’s Work
Integgra researchers receive funding from UNU-WIDER to investigate how microfinance has affected the nature of women’s work.
Is Son Preference Disappearing from Bangladesh?
New research shows that, among women of childbearing age in Bangladesh, son preference is giving way to a desire for gender balance.
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