Canadian Web site aims to help mail-order brides http://www.reuters.com/article/2008/03/13/us-brides-idUSN1221917420080313 The organization Changing Together works to give support to wives . They inform wives of their rights, and has a Legal Resource Center They also help women who not feel safe with information and sponsorship. The goal is for women to see the website before they get married
Taiwan men seek mail-order brides from Vietnam http://www.reuters.com/article/2007/05/05/us-brides-taiwan-idUSTP5166420070505 To get out of poverty, many women are whiling to be mail order brides. Police are breaking down on marriage brokers for marrying people with ten years of difference. Many cultural differences along with language differences make the marriage very difficult. Most internet brides meet their husbands three times before they get married.
http://english.aljazeera.net/news/asia/2009/11/200911201065832152.html Rights groups aim to reduce number of children forced into marriage in South Asian nation. In Bangladeshi, it is illegal to marry before the age of 18 Many are forced into marriage anyway because they lack a birth certificate proving ones age. Several young women are working to get a Birth Certificate to every child they meet.
Samaritans use modern means to keep ancient faith http://www.reuters.com/article/2009/06/03/us-religion-samaritans-idUSTRE55201720090603
Cyber brides' vulnerable to abuse? http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/this_world/3700409.stm