Empowerment Of Women In India

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Historically, Indian woman have had four status-role in society (daughter, wife, homemaker (homemaker), and mother). Women are seen as a financial liability because they don 't carry out the family name. The inability to implement acceptable policies to tackle violence against women is due to the shortage of knowledge on victims rights. In addition, the social stigma created by family members plays an enormous role in her ability or inability to access data. The UNESCO worked inexhaustibly with the central government to implement the measures outlined in their E4SD system. Indian society has “transmitted a culture of male favoritism and currently should come to the realization of the importance of women in their society” (Upadhyay). Recognizing …show more content…
If countries follow the recommendations set forth by the E4SD system; they will encourage their women to become more independent (Upadhyay). Facilitating an environment that enables for women to create independent decisions allows them to function as equals in society. This can only happen if there 's a “systematic route for the empowerment of women set forth by the government” (FSD). The FSD [Foundation for property Development] company has worked with many NGOs in India to assist women to build financial networks. The company empowered “over 400 artisans within the province of Rajasthan to sell their textile product, and ship them abroad to sell to American companies” [FSD]. Examples like this, give hope, to women struggling to survive. However, there are still gaps between policy advancements and actual changes at the community …show more content…
Additionally foucault 's views on norms and laws are crucial to understanding gender discrimination in India. There is a large difference between laws and the social norms that are “acceptable”. Men in India do not recognize the difference between these two entities. Until they notice this there will never be change in Indian society. Women need help from no-profits and the government to learn of what rights they have. They have the right to be represented in a court of law which is not known to a lot of females. Without us, who will change

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