Judicial Role in Prevention of Women from Sexual Harassment at Workplace in India: A Legal Analysis

  • Dr. K. Latha
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  • Dr. K. Latha

    Principal (FAC) at Government Law College, Tirunelveli, India

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Sexual Harassment is a serious threat to healthy working environment. It has been practiced since the advent of waged labour; however, it has only been in recent years that women have had a name of their experiences of it. Sexual Harassment cannot be termed as a new phenomenon but definitely, fast changing workplace equations have brought this dark underground reality to the surface. India is no exception to the same but this issue has become ubiquitous in every part of the world. More or Less, it covers every part of the world within its shackles. Because of the silence surrounding the issue, it is not often discussed, but its presence can be felt in almost every workplace where women have entered. In other words, we can say that no sector remains untouched by this problem. This study analyse the role of Indian Judiciary in prevention of women from sexual harassment work place.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 3, Page 1794 - 1807

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.117656

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