VIOLENCE AGAINST GIRLS Presentation Transcript
* 1 . A research research on VAW... VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN... 2. If, all of the violence which may have done on women, if we put in a2. ABSTRACT pack and folded into one, then…… Earth will not hold that, The heavens could not In accordance to EL, theenfold that, It could not be lit and warmed by the sun…! most widely excepted definition of violence against women………………... any work of gender-based violence that results in, or perhaps is likely to cause, Physical, sexual, or mental harm or suffering to women, which include Threats of such serves, coercion, or arbitrary deprivations of freedom, whether occurring in For many, „home‟ can be where they face a regime of terrorpublic or private your life. and violence at the hands of somebody close to them – somebody they should be Twenty years ago, violenceable to trust. against women was not regarded an issue worth international focus or matter. Victims of violence experienced in silence, with little community recognition with their plight. This began to enhancements made on the 1980s as women‟s groups structured locally and internationally to demand For overattention to the physical, psychological, and economic abuse of women. 30 years, women‟s advocacy groups around the world have been trying to draw even more attention to the physical, mental, and sex abuse of girls and to stimulate action. They may have provided abused women with shelter, lobbied for legal reforms, and challenged the widespread thinking and morals that support violence against women. * Self mistreatment Suicidal behavior3. TOPOLOGY OF VIOLENCE Do it yourself directed: Community violence Communautaire Family/partner violenceInterpersonal violence: Economic violence Personal violence Social violenceviolence: * 4. PRECISELY WHAT IS GENDER PRIMARILY BASED VIOLENCE? Assault against women and girls comes with physical, sexual, psychological, and economic mistreatment. It is often referred to as " gender-based" violence as it evolves simply from ladies subordinate position in world. * a few. FAMILY PARTNER VIOLENCE
2. In a latest survey by the WHO6. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN TAMIL NADU: A SURVEY in Tamil-Nadu on Domestic Violence, 62 percent of senior executives said that domestic violence, which will limits women‟s workplace contribution, has an undesirable effect on firm productivity. The survey discovered that home violence victims lose almost 8 , 000, 000 days of paid out work per year the equivalent of 32, 000 According to a UNIFEM report on violence against women, out offull-time careers. 1, 327 incidents of violence against women accumulated between January 2003 and June june 2006, 36 women had been slain in 18 cases (44. 4 %) by their romantic Limited availability of services, judgment and fear prevent females frompartners. in search of assistance and redress. It had been confirmed with a study published by the WHO in 2005 on the basis of data collected via 24, 1000 women in all of the regions of Tamil-Nadu, between 55 percent and 95 percent of women who was simply physically mistreated by their associates had hardly ever contacted NGOs, shelters and also the police for help. 2. 7. EXAMPLE: 1WOMEN COMMITED SUICIDE(CHENNAI, 16 JAN 2009, THE HINDU)Violence by spouse is so common in our contemporary society thatfrustrated girl do dedicate suicide possibly some instances. Sathya (imaginary name), 37 Years of Kandanchavidi wentto discover her partner Perumal (imaginary name) working asa g in the Thoraipakkam. The coupledquarreled on several small concern and her husband lost hiscontrol and beaten her badly in his working place. Thewoman believed so insulted and as the girl reached house shecommitted suicide by suspending. This is just one example of ladies committing suicidebecause of relatives torture. A large number of family torture leads to lossof mental balance, disfiguration, lack of health. Women aremade to strive and work just like animal round the clock. * Sexual violence simply by non-partners refers to violence simply by a8. LOVEMAKING VIOLENCE That isrelative, good friend, acquaintance, neighbor, work friend or new person. estimated...
Bibliography: 20green%20A4. pdfhttp://www.who.int/gender/violence/en/http://www.who.int/reproductive-health/ Domestic Violence Against Girls in Indiapublications/fgm/fgm_statement. html A. K. Singh, S. P. Singh and S. P. Pandeyhttp://www.reproductiverights.org/pub_bo_tmb.html. Diary of Male or female Studies by M Abraham
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