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What is violence?

Violence against women is defined in Article 1 of the Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Violence Against Women as: Any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to women, including threats of such acts, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or private life.

Types of Violence
Pre-Birth :
Sex selective abortion; battering during pregnancy (emotional and physical effects on the woman; effects on birth outcome); coerced pregnancy; mass rape in war Female infanticide; emotional and physical abuse; differential access to food, education and medical care Child marriage; sexual abuse by strangers and family members; differential access to food and medical care; child prostitution, child labor Dating & violence; economically coerced sex; sexual abuse in the workplace; rape; sexual harassment; forced prostitution; trafficking in women Abuse of women by intimate male partners; marital rape; dowry abuse and murders; partner homicide; psychological abuse; sexual abuse in the workplace; sexual harassment; rape; abuse of women with disabilities Abuse of widows; non acceptance of single women ,elder abuse affects mostly women

Infancy :

Girlhood :

Adolescence :

Reproductive Age

Elderly

Rights of Women
Right to Life Right to Live with dignity Right to Freedom from sexual and physical violence Right to Quality Education & health care Right to Governance Rights to information Right to food, clean water and Sanitation Right to Housing and Land Right to Livelihood Right to Protection, Security and Bodily Integrity

The term women's rights refers to freedoms and entitlements of women and girls of all ages. These rights may or may not be institutionalized, ignored or suppressed by law, local custom, and behavior in a particular society. In 1946 the United Nations established a Commission on the Status of Women. Since 1975 the UN has held a series of world conferences on women's issues, starting with the World Conference of the International Women's Year in Mexico City. These conferences created an international forum for women's rights, but also illustrated divisions between women of different cultures and the difficulties of attempting to apply principles universally

Shocking news
Women are 1/2 of the world population (50%) Women work 2/3 of the World working hours (66.6%) Women earn 1/10 of the world income (10%) Women own 1/100 of the world property (1%) United Nations 1980 In India 1000 male 933 female only 75% male educated 55% women are educated 9% women are Govt jobs. 11% women ministers. 3% women judges 6% women union 7% women are collector Salem in TN is one of the 10 adverse sex ratio districts in India