Feb 1, 2013 | By: A Woman

Education Will END Child Marriage in an Equal Money Capitalism - Day 289

If you haven't already, I suggest to read the Previous blogs to have encompassing understanding with regards to Child Marriage in terms of the severe Problems and the Practical Solutions that would implemented within an Equal Money Capitalism System:

Abusive child marriages will END in an Equal Money System - Day 284

Child Marriage will END in an Equal Money System (Overview) - Day 285

Poverty and Child Marriage will END in an Equal Money Capitalism - Day 286


The Problem:


Education and Child Marriage (Facts and Figures)

  • Girls with higher levels of schooling are less likely to marry as children. In Mozambique, some 60 percent of girls with no education are married by 18, compared to 10 percent of girls with secondary schooling and less than one percent of girls with higher education.
  • Educating adolescent girls has been a critical factor in increasing the age of marriage in a number of developing countries, including Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and Thailand.


On top of that, one of the reasons for child marriage is the little likelihood of a high level educated girls to marry as a grown-ups because then, the girls are not as submissive as they tend to be when they didn't go through the Educational School years. The Boys' family prefer submissive girls than a strong characteristic girls for multiple reasons while the main reason is the preference of having a cheap labour force. In other words, uneducated girl is more likely to be trained to become a slave without having the basic life skills to stand up for herself. She is more likely to be manipulated and mould into the husband family wants, needs and desires, when and as the girl isn't educated. And so, some families feels pressure to marry the daughter as young as possible, even if that means that the child won't be able to continue her education, to increase the financial pressure on the Girl's family and to avoid 'future consequences' of having to provide for the child in her adult years if it happens that she won't get married.




The Solution:


Educating adolescent girls has been a critical factor in increasing the age of marriage in a number of developing countries, including Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and Thailand. (Mathur, S., M.Greene and A. Malhotra (2003).




Education within an Equal Money Capitalism is one of the important gaols if not the most important one, within the understanding that to be able to become an effective human being in this world and therefor, contribute to the better living of All, Education is required from a very young age.

Accordingly, when every human on earth is supported from birth to death, Education would be accessible for all without causing a pressure on the Family. Obviously, that includes all human beings, no matter what their age is and therefor, cultural habits would change with the introduction of the parents to Awareness of the Consequences and the Possibilities that are available to prevent such consequences.


Education, shouldn't be the responsibility of the family to provide but the responsibility of us all, in making sure that every child of this world will receive the best education possible no matter where the child is from or what beliefs the child grow up with. Education would be Free and no longer increase the financial pressure on a families because such pressure would cease to exists within the Equal Money System.


One of the Equal Money System Goals is Education:

"Education in an Equal Money System will prepare Each Human to become a Self-Aware, Responsible Part of the Human Race that lives a fulfilled and Extra Ordinary Life of Excellence, Happiness and fun. Equal Money will Ensure that every Citizen is Effectively Educated to Live in Harmony with Plants, Animals and the Environment in General."


For more information regarding Education in an Equal Money System, Please visit the Equal Money Wiki page:

The Role of Education in an Equal Money System


The Reward:

Imagine a Human Society where no one is left behind, when all are fully educated and aware of their accountability and responsibility for themselves and this world as a whole.

Imagine what improvements in science, technology and etc. we can come up with when Billion of people have now an opportunity to discover their capacity, their capability and their intelligent in finding solutions that can assist and support to perfect our lives.

I mean, in a perfect world, where there is no longer a need to compete for one's survival as all are taken care for, education can be truly an education process of assisting and supporting the beings to be more than who they currently are, due to the limitation that existent within the current education in the world, and to within that, develop reasoning and mathematical thinking, reading and writing skills that would result with higher level of effective human beings in this world, rather than automated robots that are being subjected to limit of education the Elite places upon the Educational programs. This is another problem that I would expand upon eventually but for the time being, I suggest to watch: The College Conspiracy and reading the article that was published just yesterday: Schools don't teach life skills warns Charles: Prince says education system leaves youngsters unable to develop into successful adults


Videos that I suggest watching:

Too Young to Wed: Destaye

Too Young to Wed: The Secret World of Child Brides

The Bride Price: Consequences of Child Marriage Worldwide

Bangladesh Child Marriage (A documentary by BBC's Angus Crawford)

Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Hilary Clinton join forces to end child marriage



Articles to read:

Child Marriage Factsheets

National Geographic - Child Brides

The terrifying world of child brides: Devastating images show girls young enough to be in pre-school who are married off to older men  

Health Consequences of Child Marriage in Africa

Solutions to Ending Child Marriage in Southern Asia

Naghma, the Afghan girl sold to be a child bride



Suggested Websites:

The International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)
To Young to Wed





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