April 8th, 2009
Today, 8 April, in the press center of the Institute for Reporters' Freedom and Safety, "Dalga” Youth Movement conducted a press conference in connection with the final report for the “Freedom Begins at Home” Project.

"Dalga” Youth Movement Chairperson Vafa Jafarova emphasized that the campaign “Daddy, do not marry me off, send me to school” conducted in Lankaran will have positive effects. Early marriage is a more significant problem in the south, said Jafarova. Talking about the low level of education and enlightenment in the region, Jafarova said the early marriage of boys and girls unacceptable.
"Dalga” Youth Movement member Ramin Hajili, “AN” network founders Rashad Shirin and Emin Milli also spoke during the event and noted that social problems are the cause of early marriages in the south. They emphasized that they believe the campaign “Daddy, do not marry me off, send me to school” will be effective in resolving these problems.