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Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
Crime against women for official presentation
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Crime against women for official presentation

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  • 1.The women with the medal is deepikakumari youth world champion in archery just at the age of 15 coming from an extremely poor family from jharkhand.2.The may 30 women is arunimasinha she climbed mount everest just one year after she was thrown out of a moving train in which she lost both of her legs.
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    • 1. BY- HIMANSHU SINGH I.T.M UNIVERSITY 5JANUARY2014
    • 2. POINTS TO BE COVERED  Crime against women  Different types of crime  Steps to combat them  Conclusion  Ray of hope
    • 3. Crime against women  Any act of gender-based violence that results in or is likely to result in physical, sexual, or psychological harm or suffering to women, including threats mentally or physically, deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or private life constitutes to what is known as crime against women.
    • 4. DIFFERENT TYPES OF CRIME  Rape  Domestic violence  Dowry murder  Sexual assault at workplace  Honor killings
    • 5. RAPE  No country across the globe is untouched by this very problem  It leads victim to mental depression for rest of her life  Victim is boycotted by the society at large  India alone registered 1,32,488 case of rape last decade.
    • 6. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE  Prevalent in huge part of India.  Taking big and small cases of domestic violence into account India shamefully leads the list of countries facing domestic violence  History has it that not only middle class but the upper class also witnesses this problem  Main reason behind this problem is low literacy level and lack of financial status among women.
    • 7. SEXUAL ASSAULT  Harassment at workplace by fellow colleagues has become so common that it has triggered women not to take job especially in MNC’s.  Ego factor plays a very important role in encouraging sexual assault.  Low level of women representation in big companies triggers the percentage of sexual assault cases.
    • 8. Honor killing  These type of cases have mostly been seen in rural India where biasing between communities still exists.  Khap panchayats are the reason behind honor killings.  Vote bank politics of politicians stop them from taking action against these panchayats.
    • 9. 70 CRIME IN 2012-2013 60 50 40 2012 30 2013 20 10 0 RAPE DOWRY MURDER DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OTHERS
    • 10. Steps to stop crime against women  Rehabilitation of victim after the crime should be the priority.  Making and implementing laws to combat rising percentage of crime against women.  Capital punishment should be awarded to the accused.  Faster judicial process is another way through which crimes can be stopped EFFECTIVELY.
    • 11. Steps to stop crime against women (contd.)  Making prostitution legal (it has worked in many countries like Italy, Australia and e.t.c.)  Giving women marshal art or self defense training.
    • 12. CONCLUSION  Violence against women and girls continues in every continent, country and culture. It takes a devastating toll on women’s lives, on their families, and on society as a whole. Most societies prohibit such violence — yet the reality is that too often, it is covered up or tacitly condoned. We society as a whole need to tackle it because we never know when our own family member may get caught by this evil crime.
    • 13. RAY OF HOPE
    • 14. THANK YOU

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