Mahatma Gandhi condemnation of social evil Mahatma Gandhi always thought of raising the status of women through his advice and utterances, and writings in his journals, young India and Harijan. He invited the women to come forward to participate in his various movements against the raj. He made them realise that they possessed virtues which made them superior to men in a non violent fight which required infinite patience and uncomplaining and silent suffering. He was confident that they could become leaders in the non violent satyagraha which did not require the learning that books give but did require the stout heart that came from suffering and faith. Gandhi had ruthlessly condemned the various social evils which made the condition of women even more pathetic.
In Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, Wollstonecraft concocts an argument on the misunderstanding of nature and nurture of men and women within early British society through her use of reason with literary elements such as rhetorical questions, metaphors and similes, and forceful verbs to explain why it is important that the community educates equally. Wollstonecraft wastes no time in her piece by crafting the argument that women deserve to be educated not only for their own welfare, but also for the betterment of the community as well through the use of rhetorical questions and compelling language. This is
DBQ Communism and Women’s Rights Adelaida Urrea In the twentieth century, communist movements encouraged the involvement of women to their societies, depending on them for the development of modern societies based primarily on equality. Therefore women started to gain political equality and economic power through the different opportunities given by the Communist Party that allowed them to incorporate as respectable members in society. Nevertheless, at the beginning of the 20th century, there was still certain discrimination against women, who have always been associated with a submissive position; however communist leaders understood the importance of giving women public recognition in order to improve their rights, change these past
In now a day major attributes that contributes to women empowerment are education, social equality and status improved health, economic or financial stability and political participation. Women are empowering in agricultural fields, science and technology, they empowering included development of technology kits and media
Due to the rise of Feminist idea, there has been a tremendous improvement in women’s status in the World. Women’s education in India has been a major concern of both the government and civil society as educated women can play a very important role in the development in the society. Women power is crucial to the economic growth of any country. In India, this is yet to meet the requirements despite reforms. Jawaharlal Nehru said, “If you educate a man you educate an individual, however, if you educate a woman you educate a whole family.
The topic on “Women Empowerment” is a burning issue all over the world. “Women empowerment” and “women equality with men” is a universal issue. Meaning: Women Empowerment refers to the creation of an environment for women where they can make decisions of their own for their personal benefits as well as for the society. The increasing and improving the social, economic, political and legal strength of the women, to ensure equal-right to women, and to make them confident enough to claim their right. The 3 Dimensions: Political empowerment Social empowerment Economic empowerment Women’s situation in Pakistan: In Pakistan the story of a woman 's deprivations start even before her birth, because the girl-child is not a particularly 'wanted ' child.
SHG is a people’s scheme and its organization is a significant step towards empowering women. SHGs gain importance from the human resource development point of view because self-help group approach is emerging as a new medium that effectively promoting well-being of the poor, especially rural
THE MODERN PERIOD The leaders of the national movement realized that the liberation of the country from the bondage of imperialism was impossible without the active participation of women who constituted half of the population of the country. In addition to the measures to raise initiated by Britishers the status of women in India, from the traditional past, many energetic steps (legal, social, economic and political) have been provided by the Government of India after independence by removing the obstacles in their way. The efforts of the social reformers and their movements launched in the pre-independence period also bore fruits. The Indian national movement led to the emancipation of Indian women. Most of the social reformers and thinkers
Feminist movement in India was initiated by men, and later women joined it. The efforts of these men included abolishing sati, the custom of child marriage, abolishing the disfiguring of widows, promoting women 's education, obtaining legal rights for women to own property, and requiring the law to acknowledge women 's status by granting them basic rights in matters such as adoption. The Indian Women 's Movement began in the early years of the twentieth century. Annie Besant and Sarojini Naidu were two of the first leaders. They argued that female roles - mother, wife, and homemaker were important.
In early Vedic period Women enjoyed equal status with men. The real change came after independence. The Constitution of India has been guarantees equality to women by enjoying equal rights. BENEFITS OF FEMALE EDUCATION FOR WOMEN EMPOWMENT As female education has been rises incredibly, fertility, population growth, and infant and child mortality fall and family health improves. Women's has increased earning capacity day by day.