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  • 1. PRESENTED BY: EZZAH BINT-E- SHAUKAT(BSCS)
  • 2. WHAT IS FEMINISM?  Feminism is a collection of movements and ideologies.  Establishing.  Defending .  Political.  Socio-Economic rights for women.  Women Suffrage.
  • 3. HISTORY OF FEMINISM Charles Fourier(1837) is credited with having coined the word feminism. Dependence: Historic moment Culture Country Causes Goals
  • 4. FIRST-WAVE FEMINISM 19th and 20th century Period of activity United kingdom and USA . Equal contract . Marriage . Parenting . Property Rights At the end of 19th century 1. Political power 2. Women suffrage 3. Women’s reproductive 4. Economic Rights
  • 5. FIRST-WAVE OF FEMINISM: Driven by combination of social, and economic forces. The first organized “feminists” political activism involved campaigns for VOTE and EQUALITY.
  • 6. SECOND WAVE OF FEMINISM:  In 1960, during the 2nd wave of feminism a remarkable event in human history had happened – the end of the ‘patriarchy’.  Suddenly women became active in politics, demanded and won the rights to university education, to a career, to easy divorce.  Suddenly women began voting differently to men.
  • 7. THIRD WAVE OF FEMINISM:  The Third wave of Feminism is described as a sudden Representation Of Women At All Levels Of Government.  Third-wave feminism deals with issues which appear to limit or oppress women.  Gender violence has become a central issue for third-wave feminists.
  • 8. FEMINIST THEORY  Feminist theory is the extension of feminism into theoretical or philosophical fields.  It encompasses work in a variety of disciplines:  Anthropology.  Sociology.  Economics and women's studies  Literary criticism, art history and philosophy.
  • 9. FEMINIST THEORY  Feminist theory aims to understand gender inequality and focuses on gender politics, power relations. While providing a critique of these social and political relations, much of feminist theory also focuses on women interest and rights. .
  • 10. FEMINISM MOVEMENT AND IDEOLOGIES Many overlapping feminist movements and ideologies have developed over the years.  Liberalism and conservatism.  Focus on the environment. Liberal feminism: It seeks individualistic equality of men and women through political and legal reform without altering the structure of society.
  • 11. SAY NO TO “BOYS BEING BOYS”
  • 12. LITERATURE:- Octavia Butler, award-winning feminist science fiction author. The feminist movement produced both feminist fiction and non-fiction, and created new interest in women's writing.
  • 13. FEMINISM IN PAKISTAN Many of us think that feminism and the movement are recent phenomena in Pakistan. Religion State Social responsibility Culture History
  • 14. FEMINISM IN PAKISTAN Role Of Media & Impact Of West The West Didn’t Export It To Us.  Weakness of our society  It is not a ‘yahoodiyoon ki saazish’.  If a guy earns for his family.
  • 15. Asma Jahangir • Women’s Rights Activitist. • Nobel Peace Prize as part of the 1000 Women for Peace project. • WAF (Women’s Action Forum). Fareeda Kokikhel Afridi • Pashtun Feminist. • SAWERA (Society for Appraisal and Women Empowerment in Rural Areas). Kishwar Naheed • Urdu Feminist Poet. • Sitara-e-Imtiaz. • Hawwa (Eve). FEMINISTS OF PAKISTAN
  • 16. FEMINISM IN PAKISTAN
  • 17. WHY WE STILL NEED FEMINISM

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