Even today disparity exists between men and women. The result is that women are able to claim their pride of place in this sector and make invaluable contributions that have led to the positive development of criminal justice institutions and policies in the country.
An educated woman is an asset to the country and forms the cornerstone of nation building. Today the educated women have come out of their inferiority complex and are shouldering all kinds of responsibilities, as Managers, Officers, TV and Radio news-readers, Pilots, Ministers, Anchors, Musicians, Clerks, Stenographers, Prime Ministers and what not?
This is because the females are always given a backseat in comparison to their male counterparts. There has been a deliberate increase in the number of women holding leadership positions in crime prevention and criminal justice.
It is only she who can unleash her hidden potential. In no time patriarchy lays the foundation for the next war, for the next institutionalized violations of the rights of women, children and the vulnerable.
Role of women in modern India can be called as phenomenal. Women in Nigeria are also persistently protesting for the Chibok girls that are still missing. The men are still not able to give the women their due credit.
It is not possible for a bird to fly on only one wing. A literature review and findings from Afghanistan indicate that greater stability and improved outcomes would be likely if there were: The only sad fact is that policymakers at the global and national levels are too slow to embrace this reality.
M any women all over the world have proved themselves as dynamic, vibrant, sincere and perfect in many fields. While India was struggling to get free itself from the clutches of the British Raj, the women folk came forward to shoulder the responsibility.
The advent of colonialism made women to disengage in political participation in the country. These might include contradictions between or within the constitution, legal code, local traditions and human rights conventions. Building peace, restoring hope: However, the limited available empirical evidence suggests that gender parity may help to facilitate stability.
She is more dedicated, harder working, more sincere, more devoted to the cause. Role of women in nation building On Kiran Bedi, Kalpana Chawala, Mrs.
Men should realise the power of women, and women should also realise their power too, what they can do for them, for their family and for their nation.
About a year ago, when I had the opportunity to travel to three provinces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, I saw that the story of women mobilizing for peace was the same. On the professional front, they need to be provided equal opportunities as their male counterparts.
They have been successful in the roles of professionals, academicians, bureaucrats and politicians. Also, we have the likes of Hilary Clinton in the United States.
If the men and help in the nation building, the women can do much better! Millions of men and women around the world now support the call for gender equality, although there is much to be done especially in developing countries like Nigeria.
These names made both the society and the women folk proud of them.Perhaps, we should credit the traditional role of women as a significant contribution to nation building.
This because, often times the responsibility of child training and home making are being anchored by them and it is the kind of training that a child receives at home that to a large extent shapes the way that child contributes to his or her society.
Women are more dedicated and devoted to their duties and have much patience and politeness than many by nature. There is no doubt that women had played very important role in the national building, but the man is still not.
television producers, business men and women and indus trialists, educators, lawyers, playwrites, etc., who will penetrate their particular segment of secular society for Christ, and maintain his standards and values without.
WOMENs ROLE IN NATION BUILDING The active participation of women would lead to development of peaceful and just society.
For overall development of women in the country, focus must be given on factors like education, gender friendly laws, strong political commitment for women development. Women's participation in post-conflict nation-building is an important ingredient in achieving an equitable, peaceful and more prosperous society, according to a RAND Corporation study released today.
The role of women in nation building cannot be over-emphasised. Over the years, women have been relegated to the background on issues of development, especially in developing countries, such as Nigeria.
The reason may have been that, the views of women are always sentimental.Download