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Pakistani filmmaker: ‘Child marriage hinders girls from achieving their potential’

By DW
13 February 2022   |   11:24 am
In an interview with DW, Oscar-winning Pakistani filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy spoke about her new animated film, "Sitara: Let Girls Dream," on the issue of child marriage. She says that some 12 million girls in the world are not able to reach their potential due to early marriages.

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