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women safety in India….

Defining women’s safety?

Women’s safety involves strategies, practices and policies which aim to reduce the violence against women, including women’s fear of crime. Women’s safety involves safe spaces. financial .. Women’s safety involves freedom from poverty. This includes safe access to water, the existence and security of communal toilet facilities in informal settlements, slum upgrades, gender-sensitive street and city design, safe car parks, shopping centers and public transportation . Women’s safety involves self-worth. In safe homes and communities, women have the right to value themselves, to be empowered, to be respected, to be independent, to have their rights valued, to be loved, to have solidarity with other family and community members, and to be recognized as equal members in society. Women’s safety means a safer, healthier community for everyone. This is a participatory process focused on changing community norms, patterns of social interaction, values, customs and institutions in ways that will significantly improve the quality of life in a community for all of its members. This is a natural by-product of efforts that attempt to address issues such as family dynamics, relationships, poverty, racism and/or ending sexual violence. Building a healthy, safe community is everyone’s job. Women’s safety involves freedom from poverty. This includes safe access to water, the existence and security of communal toilet facilities in informal settlements, slum upgrades, gender-sensitive street and city design, safe car parks, shopping centers and public transportation.

What is the role of women in Indian society

 The traditional Indian woman has evolved to prove herself equal in many professions as well as proved better suited than men in others. I find that the world is changing a lot in terms of acceptance of the many roles of women as professionals, as bread-earners in families and as independent thinking individuals. The situation for the changing role of women is improving fast.

 In the typical Indian Society, you find that there are still expectations and assumptions about women that are not so much relevant to their current status, but a clear hangover from our supressive past. female foeticide, dowry deaths and domestic abuse provide a macabre background of primitive barbarism. This may be more obvious with traditional women or women in rural societies, but it is extremely prevalent in urban ones as well. Indian women’s clothing is another externally imposed recommendation backed by vicious judgments. Indian women’s clothing is another externally imposed recommendation backed by vicious judgments.

Violence Against Women in India

This violence ranges from very mild teasing to rape and murder, and takes place at home, in the streets, at work places, jails, in short everywhere. In the absence of detailed studies on incidence, it is difficult to come up with suggestions to reduce if not abolish such violence.  Instances of violence need to be thoroughly investigated, and ways and means devised to reduce their incidence. There is need for quick and severe punishment for the accused, which would act as a deterrent too. Any society, in which half the population is not assured of safety, needs to reconsider its claim to being civilized.

safety of girls and women at school home and workplace

  • safety means protection from accidents, danger, risk, hazards or injury. Safety is related to the health and well-being of people at home,school,work and in other activities.
  • Safety in schools is of paramount importance and necessary to support the all-round development – affective, cognitive, psychological – of each child, giving him/her the opportunity to learn and achieve in a safe and nurturing environment.
  • security is a condition of being protected against planned, malicious and criminal incidents. Today security covers everything from personal to national security, including financial crime, information protection, burglary among others.
  • There is the need to inculcate a culture of safety and security in all schools. The ultimate objective is to provide safe and secure school environments which will better enable teachers to fulfill their main duty of delivering the curriculum and students to concentrate on learning.
  • Thus the Head Teacher is accountable for safety and security in the school. His/her role includes planning for and administering the day-to-day security and safety arrangements at the school. he school Head has as one of his/her duties the provision of a safe, secure, and peaceful environment in which learning can occur.
  • Teach and model pro-social behavior since these are important as the teaching of academic subjects.
  •  Teachers must Provide consistent and firm guidelines and rules regarding student behavior.
  • They must also play a responsible part in the implementation of such policies by promptly and consistently reporting incidents of negative behavior
  • Security and Safety must be on the agenda of all Parent Teachers Association Meetings. Parents are critical stakeholders in attaining a secure and safe school environment.  The Head teacher is expected to involve parents in drafting and reviewing the security and safety procedures of the school
  • The Head Teacher should engage students in a security and safety campaign in the school. The campaign should promote students’ alertness in relation to matters of security and encourage them to convey pertinent information about security and safety risks to school personnel .
  • Lack of awareness: You must know what types of environments you are in and what’s going on around you
  • Expect the unexpected Suspect the unusual .
  • Wrong place: If possible do not walk alone, avoid bad neighborhoods
  • Body Language: Keep your head up, stand up straight, walk confidently.
  • Lack of awareness: You must know what types of environments you are in and what’s going on around you. Be Aware of Your Surroundings.
  •  Always Be confident.
  •  Carry Some Safety Precautions.
  • Don’t Ever Be Quiet.
  •  Don’t Give Up.
  •  Mentally Prepare Yourself.
  • You Have the Right to Fight.

rights for women every India

  • Women have the right to dignity and decency.
  •  Women have a right against domestic violence.
  •  Women have the right against workplace harassment.
  •  Women have the right to get free legal aid.
  • Women have the right to equal pay.
  • Female sexual assault victims have the right to keep their identity anonymous.
  • Women have a right to Zero FIR.
  • Women have the right to register virtual complaints.
  • Women have the right against being stalked.
  • Women have the right against indecent representation.
  •  Women have right not to be arrested at night.

Constitutional Rights of women

  1. The state is empowered to make any special provision for women. In other words, this provision enables the state to make affirmative discrimination in favor of women.
  2. The state shall not discriminate against any citizen of India on the ground of sex.
  3. Traffic in human beings and forced labor are prohibited.
  4. No citizen shall be discriminated against or be ineligible for any employment or office under the state on the ground of sex.
  5. The state is required to ensure that the health and strength of women workers are not abused and that they are not forced by economic necessity to enter avocations unsuited to their strength.
  6. The state to secure equal pay for equal work for both Indian men and women .
  7. It shall be the duty of every citizen of India to renounce practices derogatory to the dignity of women .
  8. The state shall make provision for securing just and humane conditions of work and maternity relief.
  9. The offices of chairpersons in the Municipalities shall be reserved for women in such manner as the State Legislature may provide.
  10. One-third of the total number of offices of chairpersons in the Panchayats at each level shall be reserved for women .
  11. One-third of the total number of seats to be filled by direct election in every Municipality shall be reserved for women .
  12. One-third of the total number of seats to be filled by direct election in every Panchayats shall be reserved for women.
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