Importance Of Protection Of Women's Rights Essay

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INTRODUCTION “Man was the problem of the eighteenth century; woman is the problem of the nineteenth. No. I shall never cease to say it, the problem is laid down and it must be solved; she who bears half the burden ought to have half the right. Half of the human race is deprived of equality; it must be given to them." VICTOR HUGO. THE human world starts from the men and women. Men and women both are equally important for the creation of the human world. If one is missing then we cannot imagine the human world. But women are suppressed by the men from the ancient time in many countries and they have very limited rights to live in that world which is made by them. Because physical body of man is more powerful compare to the women. There are many movements started for the women’s rights and they are much successful but at the international level it is necessary to protect the women’s rights in all countries of the world. Because there are many countries which are not given rights to the women if given then it is very limited for the free life. That’s why at the international level there are many treaties, instruments, conventions and accord made for the protection of the women’s…show more content…
In all over the world, in every country women had limited rights and works for the men. In India devdasi system, sati system and baal vivah system was very unpleasant to the women’s rights. In America there was no suffrage for the women and in Europe also women were in very worse condition. They were treated as a slave of men. In history Women’s rights is the fight for the idea that women should have equal rights with men. Over history, this has taken the form of gaining property rights, the women’s suffrage, or the right of women to vote, reproductive rights, and the right to work for equal

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