#StopMariageForcé – France takes stand against forced marriage

by Annalisa Lista - 2015.07.03
#StopMariageForcé – France takes stand against forced marriage
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A campaign launched by the French government#StopMariageForcé – aims to protect women from being forced into marriage. The danger actually increases during summer time. The campaign’s dedicated website gives advice, information, two toll-free numbers and an email address for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This aims to increase preventive measures and further encourage women to seek help.

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