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  • 1. WALK TO EQUALITY Ensuring Safety and Empowerment of Women. TEAM DETAILS: DIVJYOT SINGH ANKUSH BHATIA ASMITA KHANEJA SAURABH BHOLA GONIC NALWA
  • 2. INTRODCUTION TO EQUALITY In an ideal world,men and women would be treated fairly and equaly in all matters. However we do not live in anideal world.For instance women have been particularly discriminated against in that way they have often been denied basic education, voting rights and even the right have their own property . Fortunately for the last 100 years this trend has been largely reversed .It is now unlawful for prospective employers for prospective employers to discriminate on grounds of race and gender by defining in adverts whether they would prefer a man or women for any job .Now it is unlawful to discriminate against someone on the basis of their gender.
  • 3. Literate Women of India
  • 4. 2011 2001 1991 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 SEX RATIO LITERACY RATE (F) CRIME RATE 2011 2001 1991 LAST 20 YEARS OF WOMEN
  • 5. The Empowerment of Women CEDAW. Convention on Elimination of All Forms of discrimination Against Women is key instrument to secure equal rights of women. • National Commission for women was setup by an Act of Parliament in 1990 to safe guard the rights • National Policy for the Empowerment of women was initiative taken by central government in 2001.
  • 6. THE COMMON ISSUES WOMEN FACING • Acc. To UNIFEM report Women, War and Peace , the vestiges of colonial law are not necessarily more progressive than the indigenous customary law. •Recently INDIA witnessed of one of the most shocking incident of rape cases and underage girl exploitations. •In INDIA , socioeconomic groups practice dowry showing unequal status of women •One of most prominent issue of inequality prevailing in India is Honor Killing , which directly shows the Man dominating nature. Honor Killing Dowry Subjugation Scarce Legal Protection Underage Girl's Exploitation
  • 7. WHAT WE SEE INTERNATIONALLY Life Expectancy Literacy Earned Income
  • 8. WOMEN SPECIFIC LEGISLATIONS
  • 9. STEPS FOR IMPROVEMENT 24/7 EMERGENCY HOTLINES • HOTLINES PROVIDE IMMEDIAITE SUPPORT FOR THOSE IN DANGER AND RISK • 24 HOUR INTAKE TO HELP WOMEN IN DANGER EMERGENCY SHELTER • WOMEN FACING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS GIVEN CONFIDENTIAL AND SAFE SHELTER. • MEDICAL ASSISTANCE,FOOD,CLOTHING,SUPPORT GROUPS GIVEN TRANSITIONAL HOUSING • PROVIDE LONG TERM TRANSITIONAL HOUSING,SUPPORT SERVICES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR WOMEN. • PROVIDES SKILLS TO START NEW LIVES THAT ARE FREE OF VIOLENCE.
  • 10. APPENDIX BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1. www.en.m.wikipedia.org 2. www.census.com 3. www.maws.org 4. www.censusindia.gov.in 5. www.womenwelfare.org 6. www.independent.org 7. www.icharity.in

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