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Rooted problem of gender discrimination & ignorance of women empowerment


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It is about the women abuse and its solution taken by the government.

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Rooted problem of gender discrimination & ignorance of women empowerment

  1. 1.  You must be thinking that why the topic of the presentation is written in BOLD RED color & the background is also so BLACK……...  This topic is related to the women & the condition in which they are prevailing these days is only seen in BOLD RED color & you know what I mean by that -> I mean the blood which is evolving from their body by the harsh treatment by some of the categories of people.
  2. 2.  The BLACK color seen in the background shows that this problem creates the DAWN environment in the country.  You might have been reading daily in the newspapers or the magazines about the harassment over women. Many of us feel sad that time but nobody wants to by-heart this kind of news because the people, today, started ignoring these type of heavy news, which they think is light. It is NOT GOOD, REALLY NOT GOOD……
  3. 3.  The above image shows the brutal behaviour of a man towards a woman. This condition is generally seen within different relationships, including wife abuse, wife assault, wife battering, spouse abuse & parental abuse. These brutalness consists of beating, choking, slapping, burning, etc. Generally we have seen that this behaviour is applied after the marriage by the husband’s family just because of DOWRY.  If the girl’s family can’t bear the amount of dowry to be given to them, then, mostly, this kind of behaviour got to be seen.
  4. 4.  This image is about the Emotional or Psychological abuse.  It include constant yelling, screaming, name calling, insults, threats, humiliation or criticism, excessive jealousy or suspiciousness, threatening or harassing a woman (or her children, family members, friends or pets), isolating a woman from neighbours, friends or family, or depriving a woman of love and affection.  For some women, the effects of emotional abuse may be worse than the consequences of physical violence.
  5. 5.  It may lead to depression state of a woman or any other person, may the women get psychologically damaged i.e. brain problems can occur.
  6. 6.  Sexual abuse includes the unwanted sexual touching, sexual harassment, sexual exploitment, etc. These all names are same for the one thing, SEXUAL ABUSE.  After this a woman can’t live her life freely because always there will be fear of the people’s gossip about her in her mind.  A woman’s confidence & pride is lost after any incident she had beared.
  7. 7.  Above is given the Economical abusement of women. Economical abuse is related to financial problems which are seen by  It include preventing a woman from working, controlling her occupational choices, preventing her from achieving or maintaining financial independence, denying or controlling her access to financial resources, or exploiting her financially.  Everything must be equal between two productions of nature – Men & Women.
  8. 8. RECAP • The problem in the previous paragraphs combinedly forms the Gender Discrimination. • It is that kind of virus which only affects women. Main effects is on women but side effects are on the whole world as the world can’t be developed until & unless each & every person is not free to his/her dreams, free to think, free to speak, free to stand for good & against the devil.
  9. 9.  Women Empowerment, basically, is the creation of an environment where women can make independent decisions on their personal development as well as shine as equals in society.  It is that opportunity for the women where she can feel free & can become fearless of any discrimination. Women want to be treated as equals so much so that if a woman rises to the top of her field it should be a commonplace occurrence that draws nothing more than a raised eyebrow at the gender……..
  10. 10.  There are a lot of challenges for women to be empowered in a region. These challenges are currently plaguing the issues of women rights.  The principle of gender equality is enshrined in the Indian Constitution in its Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties & Directive Principles.  The Constitution not only grants equality to women, but also the state to adopt measures in positive favour of women.
  11. 11. EDUCATION • The above image shows the census of year 2011 in terms of education level. There a much difference between the level of men & women in India. • While the country has grown from leaps and bounds since its independence where education is concerned, the gap between women and men is severe. While 82.14% of adult men are educated, only 65.46% of adult women are known to be literate in India. Not only is an illiterate women at the mercy of her husband or father, she also does not know that this is not the way of life for women across the world
  12. 12. • . Additionally, the norms of culture that state that the man of the family is the be-all and end-all of family decisions is slowly spoiling the society of the country.
  13. 13. HEALTH & SAFETY • The health and safety concerns of women are paramount for the wellbeing of a country, and is an important factor in gauging the empowerment of women in a country. However there are alarming concerns where maternal healthcare is concerned. • In its 2009 report, UNICEF came up with shocking figures on the status of new mothers in India. The maternal mortality report of India stands at 301 per 1000, with as many as 78,000 women in India dying of childbirth complications in that year.
  14. 14. • Today, due to the burgeoning population of the country, that number is sure to have multiplied considerably. The main causes of maternal mortality are:Haemorrhage: 30% Anaemia: 19% Sepsis: 16% Obstructed Labour: 10% Abortion: 8% Toxaemia: 8%
  15. 15. General Measures taken to solve the Ignorance towards Empowerment
  16. 16. MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS • The United Nations Development Programme constituted eight Millennium Development Goals (MDG) for ensuring equity and peace across the world. The third MDG is directly related to the empowerment of women in India. The MDGs are agreed-upon goals to reduce certain indicators of disparity across the world by the year 2015.
  17. 17. NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR WOMEN • The National Commission for Women is a Department within the Ministry of Women and Child Development. It was set up exclusively to help women via the Constitution – by reviewing Legal and Constitutional safeguards for women, recommending remedial legislative measures, by facilitating quick redressal of grievances and by advising the Government of India on all policy matters affecting women.
  18. 18. SWAYAMSIDHA PROGRAMME • Additionally, the Ministry is also implementing the Swayamsidha programme – an integrated scheme for the empowerment of women at a total cost of Rs. 116.30 Crores. Core to this programme will be the establishment of women’s self-help groups which will empower women to have increased access to all kinds of resources that they are denied, in addition to increasing their awareness and skills. This programme will benefit about 9,30,000 women with the setting up of 53,000 self-help groups, 26,500 village societies and 650 block societies.
  19. 19. Respect all women. Treat them good. Educate them.
  20. 20. State providing for the welfare of women. Raising awareness of women’s rights. Facilitating access to the social, legal & political frameworks
  21. 21. Encourage women for different good works. Abolish Foeticide concept.