Women's rights asm ppt

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a group ppt advertising the womwn rights and women laws, by Jonlen, Asleema, Stefanie & Blasha.

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Women's rights asm ppt

  1. 1. ASLEEMA (ROLL NO:5) JONLEN(ROLL NO:6)BLASHA(ROLL NO:12) &STIFANIE(ROLL NO:27)
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION• Women are exposed to different kinds of violence.• Women are at risk Before birth, during their life and even after death.• Living without fear and in a safe environment is a must.
  3. 3. WOMAN & THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA• Constitution is a fundamental legal document having a legal sanctity.• 4 main principles• Indian Constitution classifies women as a special category of vulnerable group which requires special protection.• Scope of the constitutional provisions relating to women- 2 main areas:• THE PREAMBLE• THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
  4. 4. THE PREAMBLE• WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, Having Solemnly Resolved To Constitute India Into A SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC And To Secure To All Its Citizens: JUSTICE, Social, Economic And Political;• LIBERTY, of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;• EQUALITY of status and of opportunity;• and to promote among them all• FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation;• The Preamble assures dignity of individuals- which includes dignity of women• EQUALITY of status and of opportunity to every man and women
  5. 5. AD 1
  6. 6. FUNDAMENTAL & WOMEN RIGHTS• Right to equality• Right to freedom• Right to Equal Opportunity• Right against exploitation• Right to freedom of religion• Cultural and Educational rights• Right of Women to Economic Development
  7. 7. LAWS RELATED TOMARRIAGE
  8. 8. Marriage of Hindu women• Kanyasulka was in vogue in the form of “asura” form of marriage in which the father sells away his daughter to his son-in-law . Slowly kanyasulka mode of marriage disappeared and the form of brahma type of marriage got approval of many where the father gives away his daughter as a gift to his son-in-law .the parents of daughter started to present dowry to their son-
  9. 9. Hindu marriage• The Hindu marriage act, 1955• Condition for Hindu marriage• Ceremonies for Hindu marriage• Void marriage
  10. 10. Marriage of christian women• Marriage of Indian christian• Age• Wife or husband still living• witnesses
  11. 11. AD 2
  12. 12. A)OFFENCES AFFECTING LIFE 1) DOWRY DEATH . 2) ABETMENT OF SUCIDE
  13. 13. PUNISHMENT: shall be punished with imprisonment of either description fora term which may extend to 3 years and shall be liable to fine.PUNISHMENT: imprisonment for a term which may extend to 1 month or witha fine which may extend to 500/- Rs. Or with both.
  14. 14. EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL REMUNERATION Duty of employer to pay equal remuneration to men and women workers for the same work or work of similar natureNo discrimination to be made while recruiting men and women workers
  15. 15. MATERNITY LAWSInternational Labour Organization adopted a convention in 1919 concerning the employment of women before and after child birth and gave the following conclusions: Women employee should have a right to a maternity leave with wages for 12 weeks. Should be provided half an hour break twice a day
  16. 16. AD 3
  17. 17. MATERNITY BENEFIT ACT, 1961 RestrictionsNo women shall work during the 6 weeks immediately following the day of her deliveryNo employer shall employ a women during the 6 weeks immediately following the day of her deliveryNo women should be allowed to do any work: Which is arduous in nature Which involves long hours of standing that would interfere with her normal pregnancy
  18. 18. MATERNITY BENEFIT ACT, 1961 RestrictionsNo women shall work during the 6 weeks immediately following the day of her deliveryNo employer shall employ a women during the 6 weeks immediately following the day of her deliveryNo women should be allowed to do any work: Which is arduous in nature Which involves long hours of standing that would interfere with her normal pregnancy
  19. 19. MATERNITY BENEFIT ACT, 1961 Right To Payment Of Maternity BenefitMaternity benefit is be given to a women only if se has worked for 80days in12 months immediately preceding the date of her expected deliveryThe minimum period entitled to maternity benefit is 12 weeks
  20. 20. MATERNITY BENEFIT ACT, 1961 Payment Of Medical BonusEvery women entitled to maternity benefit shall also be entitled to receive medical bonus of `250 Leave Of MiscarriageOn termination of pregnancy, a women should be entitled for a leave of 2 weeks
  21. 21. MATERNITY BENEFIT ACT, 1961 Nursing BreaksWomen returning to duty after delivery should be given interval for 2 breaks for nursing the child
  22. 22. FACTORIES ACT 1948The provisions of the factories act are applicable to both men and women workers.Some sections specifically intended for the welfare of women workers are as follows: Latrines and urinals for women Creches Prohibition of women to work near machinery in motion
  23. 23. MODE OF ADVERTISING
  24. 24. AD 2 CONT…..
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  26. 26. PUNISHMENT FOR HURT: shall be punished with imprisonment of eitherdescription for a term which may extend to 7 years and shall also be liable to fine.PUNISHMENT FOR GREVIOUS HURT USING INSTRUMENT: shall be punishedwith imprisonment of life, or with imprisonment either description for a term whichmay extend to 10 years and shall also be liable to fine.
  27. 27. CAUSING OF MISCARRGIAGE, OF INJURIES TO UNBORN CHILDREN,OF THE EXPOSURE OFINFANTS AND OF THE CONCEALMENTS OF BIRTHPUNISHMENT: shall be punished with imprisonment ofeither description for a term which may extend to 10 yearsand shall be liable to fine.
  28. 28. CRIMINAL BREACH OF TRUSTPUNISHMENT : shall bepunished with imprisonment ofeither description for a termwhich may extend to 3 years, orwith a fine or both.
  29. 29. PUNISHMENT : shall be punished with imprisonment of either descriptionfor a term which may extend to 10 years, or with a fine or both.PUNISHMENT : shall be punished with imprisonment of either descriptionfor a term which may extend to 7 years, and shall also be liable to fine.PUNISHMENT : shall be punished with imprisonment of either descriptionfor a term which may extend to 7 years, or with a fine or both.
  30. 30. Matrimonial causes – right of women• Restitution of conjugal rights• Restitution of conjugal rights under the Hindu marriage act 1955• Judicial separation• Grounds for judicial separation under the Hindu marriage act 1955• Divorce
  31. 31. Prohibition of Discrimination of WomenNo Discrimination against any citizen on ground of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth.Access to shops, restaurants, hotels, wells, tanks.Making special Provisions for women.Equality of OpportunitiesEmploymentReservation of seats for women(33.33%).Protection of Life and Personal Liberty Prohibition of Human Trafficking & forced labour
  32. 32. THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR WOMEN ACT, 1990
  33. 33. Women are God’s beautiful creation. It is important to protect, treat and respect all women.The Government is making all efforts to protect the girl child. It has enacted various laws for their protection. Every female citizen, should be aware of their rights.It is the duty of every man to stand by a woman and defend her rights and respect her dignity.
  34. 34. LOOKGORGEOUSGRAB YOUROPPORTUNITYYOU HAVETHE RIGHT TOEQUALOPPERTUNITY
  35. 35. EMPOWERING YOUNG WOMEN TO HOLISTIC EDUCATION
  36. 36. 1. Women & Law- Dr. S.R.Myneni2. Women and the Law-Dr. G.B. Reddy3. Women & Human Rights-Dr. Syed Maswood4. Justice for Women- A.S. Ahmed
  37. 37. MAKE A DIFFERENCE , BRING A CHANGE,KNOW YOUR RIGHTS, BE BRAVE AND FIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!

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