Human Rights Violations against Rural Women Workers

Human Rights Violations against Rural Women Workers
Antony Jesu Rajan FSA., Dr.R.Vettriselvan, R.Divyaranjani
Human Rights; Women; Issues; Challenges; Strategies; Violations
Most of the newspapers and periodicals publish about domestic and work place violence against women. Number of incidents were took part against women such as young brides being burnt for bringing ‘insufficient’ dowry, women dyeing in abnormal circumstances, rape on hapless women and molestation of young girls are of public protests by women activists and such protests receive media coverage. Very few women were escape death end up in their shelter homes, but the majorities were continues to live in their marital union and endure abusive behaviour from their relatives. This paper violence against women and some of the best practices being followed in the country to address the menace are being examined. It also highlights paper begins with profiling of Indian women with respect to a few selected socio economic indicators. It highlights the various dimensions of human rights violence against the women, especially culturally sanctioned forms of violence. It suggests best practices of combating violence against women. These causes may reflect the deep-rooted gender inequalities that prevail and persist against women in most of the Indian region. Many of the economic researchers were highlights that money is a matter for four functions such as a medium, a measure, a standard, a store. In fact, money has a multi-faceted role to play in a society. It is that medium by which all economic needs of human beings are fulfilled. Many human rights like right to work and right to equal wages for equal work have emerged from the economic needs of mankind.
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Received: 04 October 2018

Accepted: 29 January 2019

Published: 26 March 2019

DOI: 10.30726/ijmrss/v6.i1.2019.61001 

Human Rights Violations against Rural Women Workers