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According to the Abu Nawas Algérie Director, forced marriages could be preceeded by [translation] "corrective and collective rapes" when parents learn that their daughter is a lesbian (14 Nov. Corroborating information could not be found among the sources consulted within the time constraints of this Response. Articles 4 and 9, which were amended in 2005, state that [translation] "marriage is a legal consensual contract entered into by a man and a woman" and that "the marriage contract is concluded by mutual consent between the two spouses" (Algeria 1984, Art. In addition, the Family Code states that [translation] "consent arises from a request by one of the two parties and the acceptance by the other expressed in a form signifying legal marriage" (ibid., Art. Article 7 was also amended in 2005 and states that the minimum age of marriage is 19 years for both men and women (ibid., Art. It specifies that a judge may grant [translation] "an exemption with regards to age requirements for reasons such as necessity or when two parties are deemed fit for marriage" (ibid.).
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UNHCR is not responsible for, nor does it necessarily endorse, its content. According to the French daily newspaper Le Figaro, the prevalence of forced marriages in countries of the Maghreb is difficult to assess (30 Nov. BALSAM, the national network of call centres for victims of violence against women in Algeria, which was founded in 2009 and had 15 call centres throughout Algeria as of 2012, states in its fourth report, published in May 2012, that since the network was implemented, of the 828 women who have contacted the call centres, 12 were victims of forced marriage and 18 were victims of attempted forced marriage (BALSAM May 2012, 4, 7, 27). The President of SOS Women in Distress explained that, if a woman [translation] " refuses to marry, the family and neighbours, etc., will work together to follow her, confine her and prevent her from leaving" (ibid.).
Any views expressed are solely those of the author or publisher and do not necessarily reflect those of UNHCR, the United Nations or its Member States. Forced Marriages According to ca, the Government of Canada site that provides information to Canadians travelling or living abroad (Canada 27 June 2013), [translation] "forced marriages have occurred" in Algeria (ibid. Réflexion, a daily newspaper from the Algerian commune of Mostaganem, states that in the rural regions it is common for young girls to be married without their knowledge and against their will (3 Sept. During a telephone interview with the Research Directorate, a representative of the Tharwa Fatma N'Soumer Association, an organization that promote women's equality in Algeria, stated that although they have [translation] "decreased" in number, forced marriages do occur in Algeria, and are most prevalent in rural regions (28 Nov. In correspondence sent to the Research Directorate, an associate professor at Al Akhawayn University in Morocco, who specializes in issues relating to the situation of women in North Africa, stated that it is "difficult" to distinguish between forced and arranged marriages because "some women simply accept it as their fate to do as they are told" (15 Nov. Similarly, the Tharwa Fatma N'Soumer representative stated that women do not dare to oppose a marriage imposed on them because they do not believe there is another option (28 Nov. During a telephone interview with the Research Directorate, the President of SOS Women in Distress (SOS Femmes en détresse), an Algerian association that advocates for women's rights and provides services to women victims of violence (SOS Femmes en détresse n.d.), stated that a woman [translation] "cannot really refuse" a marriage imposed on her, "because traditions are too important to Algerian families" (ibid. The Associate Professor explained that forced marriages occur for many reasons: in poor families, so that the girls "can be taken care of by someone else;" to "bring assets into the family;" or even "to settle family disputes" (15 Nov. According to the Réflexion article, women are not the only ones who are victims of forced marriage; men are [translation] "often" forced by their parents to marry a woman on the basis of heritage (3 Sept. Corroborating information could not be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate within the time constraints of this Response. Algérie-Focus, an online Algerian newspaper whose offices are located in Algiers and in Paris, reports on the case of a young 18-year-old girl from Jijel who took her life for that reason (13 Nov. The Algerian daily newspaper El Watan reports on the case of a woman, approximately 30 years old, who committed suicide, [translation] "since she was forced by her older brother to marry a man whom she did not want" (). "Le cauchemar des femmes forcées au mariage." [Accessed 14 Nov.Your own Algerian mariage could be one click away with this matrimonial and dating service; meeting singles has never been easier.