In india, where crimes against women are rampant, a female activist speaks up for harassed men.
How india’s women are fighting against rape news by marina watson one of india’s leading women’s rights activists and director of the new delhi ngo center in recent years there have been a growing number of campaigns to help the victims of violence in india, to fight social stigma and to call for the government to enforce.
India has been witnessing a continuous struggle by women’s rights groups to break the barrier of tradition and create awareness about the rights of women in the country things are slowly. In india, women's property rights vary depending on religion, and tribe, and are subject to a complex mix of law and custom, but in principle the move has been towards granting women equal legal rights, especially since the passing of the hindu succession (amendment) act, 2005.
The rights and safeguards enshrined in the constitution for women in india are listed below: the state shall not discriminate against any citizen of india on the ground of sex [ article 15(1) ] the state is empowered to make any special provision for women.
Why women rights in india is a taboo topic a woman is a daughter, a wife, a sister and a mother but she never gets her rights in this male dominated society. Sadly, women in india have faced significant violations of their human rights for centuries from rape and domestic violence to forced labor and denial of educational opportunities, the struggle.