Women, Social Justice And Human Rights
Women all over the world - in villages, corporations and governments- are stepping forward to claim their rightful roles as leaders. Human rights of a woman mean her liberation from the traditional oppressive bonds and discrimination, improvement in the concept of self and her in relation to the environment and the people around her. In terms of analysis and strategy, social justice feminism consistently promotes an approach to women's issues that integrates race, class, sexuality, nationality, citizenship, age, ability and other markers of social inequity. It recognizes and challenges the operations of power and privilege, both in the broader society and within the women's movement itself and while pursuing an agenda that centres on the status and well being of women, social justice feminism actively challenges racism, heterosexist bias, and class privilege. The present volume analyses on social justice to women and their human rights and makes serious contributions to Law, Human Rights, Social Welfare, Social Work, Sociology, participatory research and public administration.
Vijay Kumar Gupta
Vijay Kumar Gupta was born in 1953. He did his graduation from Delhi University. He was widely traveled in USA, Canada, European, African and Asian countries. Therefore, he is having wide knowledge about the Gender Description and Human Rights. He has focused on finding ways to improve the relationships among people. He is also a managing editor of ten reputed international journals. He is also a publishers who helps upcoming and established authors to spread their knowledge on different subject through books that could reach each and every meritorious student.
Preface - v 1. Social Justice: An Introduction - 1 2, Social Justice and Human Rights - 47 3. WomenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Human Rights - 67 4. Reports on Human Rights Praticis - 79 5. Women and the Violence - 159 6. Equity to women In India - 185 7. Social Justice and the Issues of Rights of Freedom - 199 8. Human Rights Education for Social Transformation. - 231 9. WomenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Situations in India - 259 Bibliography - 301 Index - 309