India 's Growth Of Gender Discrimination Essay

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The Central Government in India ought to propose the E4SD system presently deployed by the UNESCO 's (educational Scientific and Cultural Organization) if they want to prevent the vicious circle of gender discrimination from continuing. The cycle of violence in India is directly tied to Foucault (philosopher) view of the prison system. This cycle starts with India 's male population, as they 're the ones facilitating these horrific acts. Discrimination females face include foeticide, poor nutrition, denial of education, early marriage, and sexual abuse. India 's low population of women provide gender discrimination rates still rise, no matter outside social world forces. Causes for this include educational backwardness, class structure, spiritual beliefs. The E4sd system consists of six components (Education, Employment, Economic Independence, empowerment, Self- Confidence, and Decision-Making) that aim to alter the face of gender discrimination for women. Gender discrimination is a denial of equality, rights, and opportunities in any form solely based on their gender. In the patriarchal society that has enfranchised Indian, shifts in women 's rights and powers are taken advantage of. Men are often confused as to what extent women are free to choose what to do with their bodies.
Discrimination against women in parts of India (particularly the north) emerges from the social and nonsecular construct of a woman 's social rank. Women require confidence to fight against…

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