This form of data collection was successful because very important issues regarding the women violent experiences were discussed. An interview was also conducted after the respondents answered the questionnaires. This was to get deeper information about their experiences. The language used in both the interview and questionnaires was Arabic and English. The research questions were; what are the experiences of domestic violent victimized Kuwaiti women?
This gives us great hope for change and will guide our efforts to ensure that these changes will take place as soon as possible. Nowadays, the role of women in society has increased, both in the economic, social, and political sphere. But all this is the result of a long and persistent struggle by women for many centuries,give up everything: their family, their well-being and sometimes even their lives. Often women are wiser than men for example Queen Elizabeth II, and the British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Progress towards gender equality depends on understanding the whole structure from A to Z - from Parliament to local administrative bodies, enterprises, families and individuals.
These treaties including others support the human rights of women, as all are evenly applicable to all individuals. CEDAW: The International Bill of Rights for Women The Convention on the Evacuation of all kinds of Discrimination against Women defines the right of women to be free from all forms of discrimination and also sets the core principles to protect and defend this right. It promotes an agenda for national legal action to end discrimination, and stipulates the basis for achieving sameness between men and women by advocating for Women's equal opportunities in, equal access to, political and public life as well as education, employment and health. CEDAW happens to be the sole human rights treaty (written Agreements) that affirms the procreative rights of women(UNFPA, 2006). This Convention has so far been ratified by 180 states including China and
India, the forth most dangerous place for women in the world described by professional organizations, has experience a great number of movements for equal rights these years. Ever since United Nations declared the goal of “Gender Equality and Women Empowerment” to be achieved by 2015, the Indian government eventually devoted many efforts to govern such actions, utilizing a variety of tools including laws and the power of social media. As the Constitution of India promised “equality, dignity, and freedom” for women, the rights of women were literally secured by various statutes to a certain extent. Cheered by such positive consequences, we cannot overlook the problems handed down in this process. Sincerely, India, especially rural areas, is still not deemed safe to women with frequent crime cases, like domestic violence, infanticide, and rape.
With more mainstream feminism, women are uniting under the belief that they all share the same experiences when in reality it is a form on oppression that will “break up Indigenous communities.”In the article, “Forget the backlash,” Laura Hudson explains the need for #MeToo because of the injustice system for sexual harassment and assault. She states that the action of men have “long-overdue consequences” and women
Literature review While much has been written about domestic violence during the past few decades, the topic still lends itself to much more work. The changing laws in each country as well as the awareness among the population are all reasons for the continued interest in the topic as well as the potential for identification more interesting facts and fastest on the topic. Among the most researched topics are violence by husbands or intimate partners (Babcock, Waltz, Jacobson, & Gottman, 1993), (Al-habib, Nur, & Jones, 2010). One of the most interesting observations from a study carried out on married couples was that subordinate men tend to pose higher risk of triggering domestic violence in relationships (Babcock, Waltz, Jacobson, & Gottman,
After a long research of different scholars and institutional officers, I came up with the following list of possible solutions for achieving effective sustainable gender equality. 1. Re-shaping and influencing social norms Undoubtedly, the bigger obstacles to gender equality are current social norms and gender-based discriminatory stereotypes. It is the duty of national and international leaders to influence and re-shape these norms so engrained in our world, and to do so they must: a. Reform legislation: Discriminatory laws should be eradicated while laws protecting women should be introduced.
The goal is to increase opportunities all round among Women, Youth and disadvantaged groups. Specific strategies will involve increasing the participation of women in all economic, social and political decision making processes through higher representation in parliament, improving access of all disadvantaged groups to business opportunities, health and education services, housing, justice and minimizing vulnerability through prohibition of retrogressive practices such as female genital mutilations
Women Empowerment is the essential tool to expand women’s ability to have resources and to make strategic life choices. Empowerment of women is essentially the progression of boost up of economic, social and political status of women, the traditionally underprivileged ones, in the society. It is the method of guarding them against all types of violence.
It engages in fund based activities. These activities include leasing, bills discounting, short term finance and investments in securities. As the disciplinary issues are rising day by day, the company is looking forward to training programs for its employees so that such issues could be resolved. The two days training would be on sexual harassment and punctuality, which is a common issue in all organizations. Day1: REGISTRATION OF EMPLOYEES AND DISTRIBUTION OF KITS Session 1: Introduction: Introduction to the issue, that is sexual harassment of women which would include orientation regarding objectives, schedule and activities, expectation sharing ICE BREAKING EXERCISE would be to write catchy words relating to objective on A4 sheets and cut them diagonally into triangular halves and as many halves as number of employees.