They suffer from different forms of discrimination and hardships in everyday life. There are a lot of reasons why women are not allowed to enter the workforce. They are disadvantaged when it comes to opportunity and learning. The educational factor is a major issue in Pakistan. A lot of girls are getting education but a smaller number is able to proceed to post-secondary level and out of them most are not allowed to participate in the workforce.
The gender roles in Pakistan is something like the workplace is for man and the home place is for woman. So that the people invest so far less in woman then the man. In Pakistan the woman mostly suffers from the opportunities of poverty. Female literacy rate is much less than as compared to the man literacy rate. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC VULNERABILITY: Social and economic vulnerability is also the source of poverty.
Political participation of Pakistan Assignment 2 Submitted by: Arooj Gill Major : Zoology Semester : 3 Submitted to : Ma,am Tabita Victor Section : B Topic: Political participation of women in Pakistan Political participation of women in Pakistan Introduction: Political participation high lights social hurdles that presents social challenges for the women to participate in political system .Political participation rests not only on being able to get elected to legislative assembly ,it also encompasses women’s role as voters ,as a member of political party and other aspects of participation in political processes. Historical development
This is because people who work at other places would get tempted to steal something they don’t have or they can’t afford to buy. For example, Pakistan has one of the largest labour force, because of it’s really huge population. Pakistan’s labour force has a total of 57.2 million, which is a really huge amount if you would compare it to other countries. This graph explains that there are so many poor people in Pakistan. In addition this would state that there are many people that would be working in different places to earn money because there are so many people who don’t earn an income in Pakistan.
Yuri Block F 6/12/15 Challenges Pakistani Women Face due to Gender Inequality Many fail to realize, due to long held beliefs and social norms, that gender equality is beneficial to both men and women. Gender equality “refers to the equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities of women and men” (United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women). However, women in many societies do not have the opportunity to receive the same opportunities and standards of living as men. Rather, they are subordinate figures in their patriarchal society. Gender inequality is a global phenomenon that requires immediate attention, especially in developing countries like Pakistan.
SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF WOMEN DOMESTIC WORKERS IN BANGALORE CITY Dr. N. Parameshwara C/O Dr. Samata B Deshmane, Professor, Dept. of Sociology, Bangalore University, Bangalore-56. Email: - firstname.lastname@example.org, Mobile No.9886181031 ABSTRACT Women in India are approximately about out half of the population, they have been the weakest of the weaker sections which have been the most exploited in every field and in all sectors .Women in have been the most abused and have been undergone a various types of hardships in their everyday life. Even though the government of India have been implemented some of policies implemented as their social security not many of them have come to reality. The women domestic workers in India are the unorganized group who strived to make their living without any life security and are in the vital situations in their social life.
Abstract: This research paper focuses on domestic violence which is a widespread social and public problem in Pakistan. To address the issue of domestic violence means questioning the norms and the values of the society. Domestic violence is an important issue in Pakistan which imposes restrictions on women to stand up for their rights. In my research paper I have talked about many factors which contribute to domestic violence in Pakistan for example lack of education and awareness, misconceptions about Islamic concepts regarding women, financial problems and lastly lack of women empowerment. The absence of proper legal frame work and system of laws regarding domestic violence is one of the main reasons as to why this issue cannot be eliminated in the society.
Pakistan is facing many challenges from the lack of access to basic health care services, to poverty, illiteracy, women’s low status, unhygienic water supplies and sanitation and the most important problem Pakistan is facing is unemployment. Pakistan has one of the highest unemployment rate in the world. According to UN Pakistan has approximately 5.8% unemployment rate. The unemployment rate in Pakistan is increasing and due to increasing amount of unemployment many crime takes place, Pakistan has a lot of natural resources but due to poor governance we can’t use them with full potential. You can find many educated people for example doctors, engineers and graduates roaming around for job in Pakistan but couldn’t find a job worth their education.
Presently, without active participation of women, a nation cannot attain sustainable economic development, stability and self-reliance. Pakistani women are 50% of its total population. They can play important role for economic development if they are educated and empowered with right skills. It is the need of the hour that women should be motivated and encouraged to participate in various economic activities. They may utilize their knowledge, learning and talent in the field of entrepreneurship.
In Pakistan boys have right to get education to earn the bread and to work and sustain the house while the girls are forced to stay at home and plan for their wedding. In the contrary a capable women can play a vital role in the development and progress of the economy of the