Social Justice for Women in India

  • K.Sankeetha
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  • K.Sankeetha

    Guest Lecturer at Government Law College, Ramanathapuram, India

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Social justice means an array of important principles, like equality, peace, safety and freedom. Upholding social justice means valuing the rights of all individuals, and unfortunately, the world isn’t quite there yet. Millions of girls and women around the world face injustices, like being denied an education, forced into an early marriage, or made victims of gender-based violence. These injustices prevent girls and women from reaching their full potential. It implies legislative administrative measures to give right to women no Inheritance ownership, to credit and to natural resources and technology. It is Necessitates to promote women’s participation in employment and ensure Economic and social protection, unemployment, ill-health, maternity, child Bearing, widowhood, disability and old-age. Meanwhile in India, reservation of Seats in parliament and legislatures for women is being actively pursued at the Government to offer a political toast to entertain women. Many important court Rulings regarding relating to harassment of women at work, maintenance of even If not legally married etc. have made the womenfolk stronger. Many savings and Insurance schemes, announced from time to time by the central government and various state governments, have helped women to become economically stronger.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 3, Issue 3, Page 284 - 293


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