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Kamala Sarup: Women's Empowerment Under Threat

Women's Empowerment Under Threat


By Kamala Sarup

I would be happy if women empowerment program would be an economic enterprise, but that is not going to happened. We must know that since women cannot survive nicely without the peace, economy and justice. It would also make us more sad than we are now.

The issue isn't increasing economic growth. It should be the govt who should provide essential social service for the women like national development for all and women education that's high quality also for everyone. Also we need to invest 80 - 90% of necessary funds for the women and children. We need an end to war.

Economy and peace 2 separate issues. We need to work on both but always to help people first.

I don't enjoy frequent articles from the people on women and sex, women and love, romance or marriages. Because it does hurt my feelings that they don't work for the women's empowerment. I am more interested in knowing that the women are being respected. That will provide satisfaction enough. The world should be obligated to defend women and its interests, not the people who have no justice toward women, unless by so doing it indirectly defends the women and interests of the world.

Since women empowerment is of vital importance to our economy, it follows that the world will protect the women's rights. But still why many other countries do not provide anything significant of value to the women's empowerment.

Yes it would be like a great idea. IF the world authority 'll be there. They also can fit their work to suit whatever work women choose.

My personal plan is to write an articles around the world. While I am writing I would like to focus out my feelings "my way" for the women. Sorry, but I can't do any better, but we can come and work every day while we are here.

Indirectly, women empowerment redirects economy from development pursuits to equality, so the women do not have to suffers. However, women who make respect by working in women.

Women are an honest and industrious people. We can vouch their good character, behavior, and their respect for the world.

On balance, considering the value of one women to be the same as any other women, the economy impairs the overall empowerment of the women; that is, more women benefit than suffer. Of course, when future benefits are considered, such as security for later generations, then it can be argued that the women empowerment today are more important so it will be justified.

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Journalist and Story Writer Kamala Sarup (M.A.in Journalism) is an editor of peacejournalism.com.


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