top of page




 The United Nations Women Committee has convened with a collective determination to confront the urgent and interconnected challenges of preventing child marriage and addressing sexual violence. This critical agenda places a central focus on safeguarding the inherent rights of young girls, actively combating early and forced marriages, and tirelessly working towards the eradication of all forms of sexual violence against women.


 Deliberations within the committee will orbit around a strategic framework that encompasses education, fortified legal structures, community engagement, survivor empowerment, and the establishment of enhanced support systems. By fostering these discussions, the committee endeavors to thoroughly examine these pervasive issues and subsequently present comprehensive measures. These measures aim not only to prevent child marriage but also to fortify the rights of girls and decisively counteract the prevalence of sexual violence.

The overarching goal of this comprehensive agenda is to contribute to the creation of a safer and more equitable world for everyone. Through concerted efforts and thoughtful strategies, the committee aspires to pave the way for a future where the rights of young girls are protected, early and forced marriages are vehemently opposed, and all forms of sexual violence are unequivocally condemned. In pursuit of this vision, the committee strives to foster a global environment that upholds the dignity and rights of every individual.

Agenda: Preventing Child Marriages and Sexual Violance

Under Secretary General: Sudenaz Altunsoy

Academic Assistant: Tuncay Şabudak

bottom of page