What are the socio-economic impacts of child marriage?

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What are the socio-economic impacts of child marriage? by Mind Map: What are the socio-economic impacts of child marriage?

1. Culture

1.1. Child marriage is a traditional practice that in many places happens simply because it has happened for generations.

2. Politics

2.1. Girls caught in the middle of conflicts are more likely to become child brides

2.2. Child marriages are illegal in India, and are punishable with a fine of Rs100,000 (£1,300) and two years in prison for anyone who performs, conducts or negligently fails to prevent a child marriage.

3. Ethics

3.1. Girls have no rights to go against will of the parents

4. Science & Technology

4.1. Most of the child brides don’t get an education.

5. Economics

5.1. Girls from poor families are more likely to be married early than their richer peers, the report explained(In Nigeria, 40% of the poorest girls are married by 15, compared to 3% of the richest girls).

6. What is it like to be a child bride?

7. Every 7 seconds, a young girl becomes a bride, report says