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  • 1. MANTHAN TOPIC : WALK TO EQUALITY
  • 2. FAST FACTS  About 10% of all the crimes committed in the country are those of women abuse.  30 lakh girl children were lost to female infanticide during 2001-2011.  A woman is raped every 20 minutes in India.  After 60 years of independence, 1 in 3 women in India are still illiterate.  Only 39.5% women in India are economically active, compared to 80% in China.  10.9% of the female population owns land.  Less than 40% of women give birth in a health facility.
  • 3. OVERVIEW Only in India that glaring and brutal gang rapes occur frequently in a state that is headed by a woman Chief Minister. Gender discrimination is the least of worries for women in India, known otherwise as the fourth most dangerous country in the world for women. Other instances of violence against women has an astonishing and grim variety to it – with acid throwing, domestic violence stemming out of dowry, rape, harassment and an assortment of others.
  • 4. Crimes against Women Sl No. Crime Head Year 2006 Year 2007 Year 2008 Year 2009 Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Percenta ge Variation in 2012 over 2011 1 Rape (Sec. 376 IPC) 19,348 20,737 21,467 21,397 22,172 24,206 24,923 3.0 2 Kidnappin g & Abduction (Sec. 363 to 373 IPC) 17,414 20,416 22,939 25,741 29,795 35,565 38,262 7.6 3 Dowry Death (Sec 302/304 IPC) 7,618 8,093 8,172 8,383 8,391 8,618 8,233 -4.5 4 Torture (Sec. 498- A IPC) 63,128 75,930 81,344 89,546 94,041 99,135 1,06,527 7.5 5 Molestatio n (Sec. 354 IPC) 36,617 38,734 40,413 38,711 40,613 42,968 45,351 5.5
  • 5. EDUCATION
  • 6. POVERTY IN THE COUNTRY
  • 7. SUGGESSTIONS: PROTECTION/SECURITY  Utilize GPS monitoring system to notify victims immediately by text or cell phone if abusers have entered their “safety zones,” plus notify police so they can find and arrest abusers.  Arrange free or low-cost gun safety and self-defense courses for domestic violence victims to learn to shoot a gun and/or use hand-to-hand combat to protect themselves.  Promote gun safety and self-defense courses to women and teens to learn to protect themselves
  • 8. WORKPLACE PROTECTION  Encourage/assist employers to provide safety and counseling programs which protect victims at work, deal effectively with abusive employees and assist both to overcome their emotional problems.  Establish employer coalitions which work together to keep workplaces safe for victims, support victims and deal effectively with abusive employees.
  • 9. HEATH CARE  Provide & promote free or low-cost professional counseling to help abusive males to overcome their unacceptable behavior.  Provide & promote free or low-cost professional counseling to help female victims who suffer from low self-esteem and magical thinking so they learn not to settle for abusive behavior.  Promote free & low-cost mental health services via news media and advertising campaigns.  Encourage medical staffs to ask all women and children how they became injured and encourage them to consider filing charges.
  • 10. LEGAL SERVICES AND EDUCATION  Provide and promote free & low-cost legal services via free public service advertising & news media campaigns.  Teach the public why so many men, women and children are involved in abusive relationships and how to prevent them through continuous nationwide advertising & public relations campaigns.  Obtain government, corporate and private funding to pay for campaigns
  • 11. “WOMEN ARE THE BACKBONE OF OUR NATION” THANK YOU!!!!!!!!