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Pakistani girls look at bride Najma Khalil (L) during her wedding party in Islamabad on January 24, 2010. Most marriages in Pakistan are arranged. Arranged marriages have been an integral part of Pakistani society for years and it is traditional for people to have their marriages planned by their parents and other respected family-members. The bride and groom and two witnesses from the relatives or friends must sign the marriage documents in the presence of the Imam or a Molana for the Nikah, which is the Islamic marriage contract. The bride traditionally wears a red, pink or purple cloth called as gharara or lehenga that is usually accompanied with heavy gold jewellery. AFP PHOTO/BEHROUZ MEHRI (Photo credit should read BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/Getty Images)

Stop alle spose bambine: il Pakistan muove i primi passi verso la storica riforma

Tra gli Obiettivi di Sviluppo Sostenibile delle Nazioni Unite, è inclusa l’eliminazione del fenomeno dei matrimoni con minorenni entro il 2030 ma il Pakistan, tra i paesi in cui il[Continua…]

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