Gender Justice & Women Empowerment: “Women” The most revered Creation of God

  • Kiran Kumari
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  • Kiran Kumari

    Assistant Professor at Mody University of Science and Technology, India

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From Vedic Period it is trusted that status of women are equivalent to men in India. However the condition declined significantly after. Feminist Movements were the reason due to gender imbalances, especially in West Europe and North America. With intense developments and an increase in awareness, there emerged step by step some progression in social structures. Different legitimate changes were presented, and enactments were passed to remove gender imbalance. Gender Justice simply means equality between men and women status. To achieve gender justice there must be a good correlation between social, cultural, economic, environmental, political and educational factors. Globally it has been understood that no country can progress without gender justice. Empowering women means acknowledgement of women’s rights and creating a platform for equal treatment so that women can get the right place in society. In spite of the fact that the Judiciary has played an important role in women empowerment.73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendment Act has given access to women’s in the process of decision making however their representation in the State Legislation and Parliament is woefully poor.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 5, Page 961 - 972


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