We have gone through periods of feudalism . People have to live in the state pf poverty, lack of inferior material .Most notable is the miserable life of the women who suffered brutal violence, mistreatment as an animal . That problem doesn’t just happen in the past, but they still happen until now . So what led to the issue of women suffer violence even in war and now? The answer is because of the thought of man, they despise women.
Out of fear of her parents and the social stigma as well as the poverty associated with being single; many child wives are compelled to remain in a loveless and violent marriage (hope4childwives.com, "Consequences of early marriage") Step Four: Identify the Root Cause(s) The conflict between rich and poor exists since the beginning of time, but its factors changed from a generation to another. Slavery, illnesses, genocides, abuses, rape etc. all these problems are related in a way or another to poverty and lack of resources as well as power holders. In my opinion, poverty is the main reason for child marriage, it can lead to hunger, lack of resources and access to medical care. Poverty is also the reason which leads to ignorance, the need for financial recourse at any price, even if it is selling girls to an old rich groom.
It is one of the main problems that exist in our country. Given that childcare and hygiene is one of the responsibilities exclusively for women, a large number of women that are mainly immigrant’s work as community helpers in homes. Approximately 70% of immigrants come from third world countries. Domestic workers face various threats and risks, as they are a particularly vulnerable group as people separated because of their ethnicity, color, religion or even language. This is because these people accept racist attacks often led to violence.
This work is powerfully engaged with questions of history, memory and trauma. I have also analyzed African- American woman’s work and their collective experience and struggles such as the case of Pauline Breedlove who toils both at home and also at the Fisher household. But in spite of drudging so hard all day long her husband doesnot recognize her efforts and they share a very troubled married with frequent violent outbursts which has a very negative impact on both their children- Sammy runs away from home most of the time and Pecola becomes a recluse and breaks down mentally, she even wishes to disappear. There are many reasons as to why women and children in The Bluest Eye have a disturbed and traumatic mind .The portrayal of quest for beauty, racism, incest, child abuse, domestic violence and family disputes, inconsiderate parenthood, biological changes like puberty and prostitution in the novel gives us an insight into the various reasons for the malady of the female characters particularly Pecola’s silence almost throughout the novel portrays her gradual regression into
This type of discrimination is the hardest once of the problem that still happened until now without any solution for them which is circumstance on women’s education. Circumstance on women’s education is a difficult and unstable way to treat on women. It can be during the hardest situation in any form that was started in the countries or on global. On the case point: In the countries such as Afghanistan and Pakistan, during the war all the men was tried to stop girl’s education, not allowed them to study. All girl’s school or place that provided the knowledge was threat to close or ended class by attacking and destroyed because they thought it was not important for women to had education in this time(Kibel, 2012).
In the book I Am Malala, Malala Yousafzai explains the struggles of her hometown, Sway Valley, and the problems that occur in Islam. One of the enormous problems in Islam was the fact that Women were not allowed to have an education and furthermore, were not allowed to be even seen outside. In Islam, it is extremely hard for women to do anything besides staying home and if they were caught outside without a burqa or a niqab, they could be killed. Malala Yousafzai was torn with these new laws that were implanted by the Taliban which made her take action against them with her prominent words and leading her to becoming an international symbol of peaceful protest. Although, Malala could not convince the Taliban for educational equality in Islam, she was able to convince millions of people around the world to take actions against them through her struggle for educational equality powerfully due to her use of ethos, tone, and imagery.
Women around the world nevertheless regularly suffer violations of their human rights throughout their lives, and realizing women’s human rights has not always been a priority. Achieving equality between women and men requires a comprehensive understanding of the ways in which women experience discrimination and are denied equality so as to develop appropriate strategies to eliminate such discrimination. Women in India are always the victim of inequality and are deprived of social justice, even today girls are only taught to cook, neglected from studying, child marriage, rape, trafficking, and much more. Many cases like nirbhaya case, soumaya rape and murder
Because of this, victims are more likely to commit suicide. Poverty also puts insane amounts of stress on a family, and this tenseness can lead to things like child abuse and drug use, along with a higher chance of accidents. These people know how hard it is to escape poverty, so many of them do not even try, and just rely on alcohol and drugs to live in peace. The biggest effect of poverty, however, is lack of education. Approximately 70 million children worldwide cannot afford to attend school, because it means leaving their jobs and paying for school supplies and transportation.
Our Indian Society is based on patriarchal mindset. Woman has faced many challenges due to patriarchal mindset, lack of education, legal awareness, less empowerment etc. There are many crimes against women such as dowry, domestic violence, gender discrimination, eve-teasing, female foeticide, female infanticide, rape, sexual harassment, honour killing, witchcraft related murders, child marriage, forced prostitution etc. And such crimes are reduced by many governmental and non-governmental efforts such as crime against women, cell, parivartan cell (she to shakti), rape crisis cell etc. The present paper is focused on the ‘The Problem of Dowry and Domestic Violence and Response of Crime Against Women, Cell.
As Anita Katyar said : Physical violence is not the only form of violence women in India face. In rural parts, women, especially those who belong to the Dalit community, are often denied land rights, and their children, especially girls, bear the brunt of this discrimination. They are denied proper schooling and health facilities (“Violent against women,” n.d.). Dalit women are rejected from land right. They have to face the worst from caste system.