Washington Post (blog) Violence against women widespread; UN study of six Asian countries examines ... Washington Post (blog) Yet the results are enlightening and may help us all better understand violence against women.
I choose this article because it discusses the raping of women and how most men do not even realize that what they are doing is rape. This article relates to half the sky because at the end a man says "if a women does not obey, then she deserves to be punished". Saima was told be her mother in law that if she was not obeying then she should be punished.
One in three women will be a victim of violence – being raped, beaten or abused in her lifetime. In some parts of the world a girl is more likely to be raped than learn how to read. It's time to put a stop to this worldwide injustice.
It is time to put a stop to violence. These women are major victims to violence. They are being beaten, raped, and abused all their lives. In some places women are more likely to be raped than learn how to read. This is a sad idea to think about and this needs to be stopped by the world.
The government says the gender gap with regard to education is “considerable”. While national illiteracy rates stand at about 30 percent for men, they exceed 67 percent for women, it says. The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) says access to education is one of the biggest challenges facing children in Yemen today, especially girls.
This article talks about how education is frowned upon for women in Yemen. Education is a major part of women inequality. Without education how do women know that they have another option other than being bossed around all the time. I choose this article because it is unfair to women to be controlled like this.
The Guardian New gender equality rules on the way but only for larger businesses The Guardian The Abbott government will subject larger businesses to new gender equality rules from October but will defer the introduction of other requirements as...
This article is about gender equality coming into larger businesses. So that women are not abused and get paid the same as men. This reminds me of the article because in the article women women are not treated the same as men and are abused.
Crime statistics and a Gender Scorecard compiled by women's rights activists have put chilling new perspective on an age-old social ill in India: Bride-burning and other "dowry crimes" take the life of a woman every hour.
Deaths in India are on the rise. Bride-burning and other crimes are taking place because of unequal rights. Despite modernization and women gaining more rights in other places it is still staying the same in India. This article reminds me of Half the Sky becuase of all the women being treated unfairly and beaten.
Women are not provided the same health care as men. One thing we can do is provide women around the world with cleaner water which can lead to a better life. With better health more women will live an be happier and feel better leading to them taking actions. We can all get together to insure happy lives for women.
There is more of a chance for people to be educated which informs women they do not have to put up with it. There is also more infrastructure so that means better jobs for women and men. All in all richer countries are more advanced so life for people is more advanced.
Each and every day is a challenge to women who are facing different kinds of abuse. It is often hard for them to speak out about it. Some of the women are abused by their boyfriends or husbands. Others are abused even within their families by their family members and because they are woman they feel that they must keep quiet about it. Women are also abused by landlords, government officials and politicians. Some rich women are also abused by the men in their communities but rich women are not abused by government officials and politicians. Being poor makes a person vulnerable to all kinds of abuses because poor people are not taken as people that count in this society. We are not taken as people with rights. In fact keeping some people poor is a kind of lifelong and day to day abuse too.
Women are being abused on a day to day basis. It is even worse for poor women. They are getting abused by husbands, boyfriends, landlords, family, etc. This is unfair and women should not be treated this way. This needs to stop and soon because he whole world is being affected by it.
A global goal on gender equality, women's rights and empowerment Reuters AlertNet (blog) The goal on gender equality and women's empowerment tracked progress on school enrolment, women's share of paid work, and women's participation in parliament.
This article talks about how women should be empowered and feel tat they have a voice. They need to be treated as fairly as men are in the workplace and around town. This reminds me of the article because it talks about empowering women.
This article is discussing how as inequality is growing education is going to dry up. Without women a full establishment of education can not be achieved because have of the population is not in action. This relates to the article because they both discus how women play a major part in education.
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