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Islam portal. SEAP Publications. Beirut: Daarul Basharail Islamiyah. Sayyids and Sharifs in Muslim Societies. Retrieved June 23, Nuh Ha Mim Keller ed. A World Bank study shows that ending child marriage in Uganda could generate USD million in earnings and productivity. Child marriage is driven by gender inequality and the belief that girls are somehow inferior to boys. In Uganda, child marriage is also driven by:. Uganda has committed to eliminate child, early and forced marriage by in line with target 5. During its Voluntary National Review at the High Level Political Forum, the government provided baseline data on the situation for child marriage.

Uganda co-sponsored the and UN General Assembly resolutions on child, early and forced marriage, and also co-sponsored the Human Rights Council resolution on child, early and forced marriage. In , Uganda signed a joint statement at the Human Rights Council calling for a resolution on child marriage.

Uganda ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child in , which sets a minimum age of marriage of 18, and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women in , which obligates states to ensure free and full consent to marriage. In , Uganda ratified the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, including Article 21 regarding the prohibition of child marriage. Uganda is one of 20 countries which has committed to ending child marriage by the end of under the Ministerial Commitment on comprehensive sexuality education and sexual and reproductive health services for adolescents and young people in Eastern and Southern Africa.

During its Universal Periodic Review , Uganda supported recommendations to implement the action plan to more effectively combat child marriage. I have liked Gabriel all through the series and his story did not disappoint. Caroline is very likeable and it was great to catch up with all the others, although it would have been nice to see more of Grant and Kate.

A certain part of the Epilogue would be great to see on film and in slow motion :. A delightful, spicy read I started with book 4 of the series just because it was introduced at the end of a totally different novel. The first chapter captured my attention so I bought the book! I liked this but didn't love it. The characters just felt a bit cliched and predictable and while I liked the plot ridiculous but fun for the most part the plot twist right at the end was just annoying. Jun 13, Theresa rated it really liked it Shelves: historicals-mystery-and-romance. An historical romance where an earl gets himself hired as a hermit for a landscape feature is absolutely irresistable!

Dec 30, Christina rated it it was amazing. Loved this series - historical romance at its best! Mar 11, Eyla rated it liked it. A historical romance with a woman who can fend for herself even thou it's a Harlequin book. Jun 14, Cherie rated it it was amazing.

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What a great series and what a great ending. Louise Allen is a new-to-me author and I'm going to check out her backlog and, of course, anything she publishes in the future. I was hesitant at first because of the beginning trope of a virgin offering her maidenhood to a rake. I've always thought that to be unrealistic but this time the offering was to "buy" back an unentailed estate her father had lost gambling which belonged to her younger brother.

So I stayed with the story because of her loyalty What a great series and what a great ending. So I stayed with the story because of her loyalty and protection of the youngest son. There is a lot of drama: a stint for Gabriel as a hermit at her father's hermitage, an escape for Caroline to avoid being forced to marry a sadistic crony of her father, an elopement of sorts to keep Caroline safe from said father, and an attempt by the father to have Gabriel investigated for murdering his own father.

Usually that much drama would have me rolling my eyes and yet the author wrote it convincingly. The relationship between Gabriel and Caroline developed realistically and lovingly. I will re-read this book and its predecessors. Allen keeps the story moving with give her characters the happy ending readers will feel they deserve. Quite a lovely, short romance with which to wile away an evening" RT Book Reviews. Miniseries: Lords of Disgrace Lady Caroline is a pure delight to read.

Her strength of character beguiles her hero and the reader alike. Gabriel doe "Allen concludes her Lords of Disgrace series with a tale filled with poignancy, passion, and a plot filled with many problems, each arising when another is solved. Gabriel doesn't stand a chance even if he thinks he does. His past makes it impossible to ignore her need for help.

His past might also destroy all hope of a future together.

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Their story keeps you turning the pages. Jun 02, Harlequin Historical added it Shelves: harlequin. Miniseries: Lords of Disgrace I really enjoyed this one.

Would you have been as brave as Caroline was when she made her offer to Gabriel? I know it was to save her brother's inheritance but it would take a lot of guts to show up the way she did. That made me want to know her better and I loved doing just that. The two are perfect for each other and I wish "the end" never came because I want to continue to be entertained by not just Gabriel but all the Lords of Disgrace.

Aug 18, Mary Craven rated it it was amazing. The only reason I did not read this sooner is that I had to find a copy of The Many Sins of Cris de Feaux which is book three in the series before I could read book four. An excellent story in it's own right, loved the Welsh monk! I love that these wild lords only need to meet the right woman to bring out the good in them - it was always there - they just did not want anyone to know it.

Dec 28, Ruth rated it liked it Shelves: , family-doesn-t-end-with-blood , historical-romance , regency , historically-inaccurate-disrobing , romance , harlequin-historical. I read this book in the series first, just because I love romances where they are married at the beginning. That is NOT what happens here, so if you're looking for that trope, look elsewhere. However, I did enjoy the story enough where I'll read the rest of the books in the series, but not enough where I'm going to put everything else down and stop sleeping to read them.

Jul 23, Cecilia Rodriguez rated it it was ok.

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I received this as a free book from Harlequin's reward program. The story is set in In order to avoid an unwanted arranged marriage, Caroline boldly propositions Gabriel Stone, the Earl of Edenbridge. Both characters have abusive parents and secrets which come out after their rushed wedding. Oct 17, Meg rated it liked it Shelves: historical-romance. Shivanie rated it it was amazing Feb 18, Boki rated it really liked it Jul 24, Angela Burchett rated it liked it May 01, Lindajean rated it liked it Jan 18, Lou Anne rated it really liked it May 26, Rachel rated it really liked it Sep 25, Lydia A rated it really liked it Jan 11, Karen rated it really liked it Jan 03, Alene rated it really liked it Nov 05, MrsMascara rated it liked it Feb 11, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

About Louise Allen. Louise Allen. Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. See this thread for more information. This author also writes under the name Francesca Shaw.