Domestic Voilecne Against Women in Indian Society: Problem and Prospects
Naidu, Y. Gurappa
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Book ID : 40371
ISBN-10 : 81-8387-434-7 / 8183874347
ISBN-13 : 978-81-8387-434-2 / 9788183874342
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Edition : (First Edition)
Language : English
208p., 23 cm.
Human Rights is a wide field on which many books, articles, reviews, court cases, have been written and discussed. Not only this, human rights have been discussed world wide in many conferences and seminars. United Nations has also discussed human rights, law relating to human rights and violence in several of its conventions, conferences, and agreements e.g. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Convention on the Civil, political, cultural rights, etc. and enacted laws and guidelines for member countries to observe in the spheres of human kind. In consonance with these guidelines and directions and enactments all the countries in the world have added special constitutional provisions and prepared the framework for human rights and laws related to human rights. Violence is yet another epidemic which has spread all over the world and entered the mainstream of humanity and is still spreading like wild fire. The violence may be in various forms and of various types like physical, emotional, psychological, verbal, sexual, economic, mental and domestic. Domestic violence against women all over the world is very high whereas the female population is almost half of the world population. Human Rights Violations violates all the basic human rights of men and women. In this direction India has specially enacted several laws to protect women from domestic violence and sexual harassment in office environment and elsewhere. Violence and Crimes against women starts from very its birth till death. Life Cycle of women is completely affected with violence. Practices like female infanticide, female foeticides, pre-natal sex selection, forced prostitution etc.