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Kamala Sarup: Crimes Against Women Still Prevalent

Crimes Against Women Are Still Prevalent


By Kamala Sarup

Crimes against women between different societies and powers might erupt but increased educational status of these women by large countries, will develop women empowerment which has many wonderful consequences for the entire world.

Women know there are many other hardships and humiliations that women undergo. Even today, crimes against women are still prevalent have never received international attention.

Crimes against women are serious and bitter issues. Women are suffering multiple threats. Women have been directly affected by the crimes as victims of violence.

There has been a tendency to use stereotypes of women in some part of the world. Women are seen as an innocent victims of violence. Recent research, however, has shown that women have always been innocent, and victims. So I can say women suffered very much.

Will International organizations recognizing the indispensable role that women can play in preventing crimes against them?.

It's the women's choice through the development process of who deserves respect and justice. When we argue we always express opinions on women deserves the justice. If a majority of the people think the women car just for pleasure and sex then they will show disrespect enough of women, which can creates war and conflict.

To be consistent, we have to argue from a development work and events. To mix the women development results will consistent premises and definitions on women development field. We have to argue from a society or government premises which must be based on the justice method.

Since our society would not agree because of the high economic involved, women development cannot be improved.

Theoretically, enough women throughout the world could be together and to control local, and state governments. Theoretically, a similar event could happen in the world during a big crisis on women's lives. If something like the rape and crimes happened to women, with accompany chaos that no govt are strong enough to quell, a modern day women could become more powerful and fight for their rights and justice.

A country become a respectful country if the nation has a religious and religious toleration on women. If nation acceptance of women development programs. More women involvements and progress in science and technology. If women involvement and toleration of peaceful political philosophies of all kinds. Women's humanitarian aid to poor women around the world.

I think, only strong women development organizations have been overthrowing weak social status for women's justice. Being a strong women's justice issues, the world is no exception to this history. Crimes Against Women and Different programs on women development is a serious issues recapitulation of the facts in the cases presented, if we see in the newspapers but they are written in a polemical manner reminiscent of the people thinking. That is, the mixes fact with our interpretations of women empowerment.

I could see some good about women development on politics, social services and in media. Some bad social elements still advocates are clamoring for end of women involvement on politics. Because of the many animosities in the world and its unfamiliarity with women institutions, the world cannot go further without women development. It is true, if we spending more resources would increases the national development for women's issues.

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Journalist and Story Writer Kamala Sarup (M.A.in Journalism) is an editor of peacejournalism.com. Some of the main focus of the e-magazine has been on disarmament, conflict resolution, nonviolent sanctions, conflicts and crises. Its activities include training,research and supports peace, democracy and development in societies undergoing crisis and change. Kamala Sarup is specialising in in-depth reporting and writing on Peace Resolutions, Anti war, Women, Terrorism, Democracy, Development, Politics and HIV/AIDS. She wrote and published many articles, books and research papers.Some of her publications are: Women's Empowerment(Booklet). Prevention of trafficking in women for prostitution through media, (Book) Efforts to Prevent Trafficking in Women & Girls - A Pre-Study for Media Activism. Her interests include international conflict resolution, cross-cultural communication, philosophy, feminism, political, socio-economic and literature. Her current plans are to move on to humanitarian work in conflict areas in the near future. She also is experienced in organizational and community development. Kamala Sarup contributes regularly to World Security Network (WSN), Scoop Media, News blaze, World press, Web Commentary, Bangladesh web.

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