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Carousel of Fettered Dreams: A PSA for the FMP, Produced by the “I do!” Project

     Starting back in March 2013, the Laidlaw Foundation granted funds to the I do! Project  to create an eye opening and informative online public service announcement. The I do! Project set out to shed light on the unspoken issues and incidents of forced marriage that have taken place right here in Toronto,  through collaborations […]

Issue #5 – 15/4/13

Disposable Daughters Story by : S.C. Gillett     Recently, a heart-wrenching story in The New York Times (March 31, 2013) told of a father being forced to give his six-year-old daughter in marriage, as payment for a loan to cover medical bills that he was unable to repay. “She does not know what is […]

Issue #4 – 5/3/13

The “Broken Bride” Project – An Interview with John Onuoha  ~ Shirley Gillett, FMP Coordinator   FMP: How did you become interested in the issue of forced marriage? JOHN: To start with, my sister’s case inspired me to write the book, Broken Bride. Seeing her gradually breaking down into something I would call a living death after a failed […]

Accessing Training – FMP SPT Toolkits

FMP SPT Toolkits   Click on Images to View Documents            

Issue #3 – 7/2/13

Helping Afghan Women Tell Their Stories You can help Afghan women and girls develop their writing skills and share their stories with the rest of the world, including their stories of forced marriage. The Afghan Women’s Writing Project pairs Afghan women and girls with established writers to assist them in developing their writing skills. The […]

Issue #2 -18/1/13

The Revolution Has Begun   When 10-year-old Nujood Ali entered a courtroom in Yemen and demanded a divorce from the abusive man she had been forced to marry, she started a revolution. Her courageous act encouraged other girls in forced marriages to come forward and demand their freedom. It also brought worldwide attention to the issue […]

Issue #1 – 5/12/12

Launch of the Forced Marriage Project E-Newsletter. Click on the image below to read the newsletter.

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