Friday, 21 April 2017 10:57

New Global Civil Society Survey on Funding and Work to address Child, Early and Forced Marriage

Deadline: 31 May 2017

FemJust is launching an anonymous global civil society survey to map current strategies, funding and resource gaps for child, early and forced marriage (CEFM). Your insights will be used to develop a report on the global funding landscape and work to address CEFM – a valuable tool to advocate for further funding. We promise to keep your answers anonymous.

Complete the survey before May 31, 2017 (Allow for approximately 20 minutes)

The survey will be even more meaningful if lots of organisations take part! Please do not hesitate to share the survey with organisations that might be interested.

Further information:
Who can complete the survey?
All civil society organisations that currently work to address child, early and forced marriage, or would like to work on these issues.

Why a survey?
There is currently no systematic analysis of the amount and type of resources directed to CEFM work and the types of civil society efforts that are supported. That stops us all from making the case for increased and improved funding as effectively as we could. This survey - together with a complementary survey for donors - hopes to fill a distinctive knowledge gap.

How will the findings be used?
Your combined input will be used to develop a report on CEFM funding and strategies, which will be disseminated by the end of 2017. The report will be a tool for civil society, international agencies and donors alike to understand the global funding landscape for CEFM and advocate to fill resource gaps.

Who is behind the survey?
The survey is coordinated by American Jewish World Service, FemJust (Feminist Solutions towards Global Justice), GreeneWorks, and the International Center for Research on Women, in collaboration with Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage.

If you have questions or feedback about the survey, please email FemJust at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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