LGBTQ+

Sexual harassment problems and ways to prevent it

Sexual harassment problems and ways to prevent it Written By Sandeep Harish,  II year of B.A., LL.B., The Central Law College, Salem Introduction:                            Sexual discrimination will start from the working place. Gender and sexual discrimination refer to circumstances in which a group of employees or employee is differently treated by the employer because of gender and sexual discrimination. The discrimination behaviour maybe happened to many people in the workplace like managers, human resources personnel, supervisors and …

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Sexual Harassment of Women at workplace in India

Sexual Harassment of Women at workplace in India Written By Apoorva Bhangla Introduction The unmistakable phenomenon of rape and sexual assault are the most common violence towards women based on their gender while the elusive issue of sexual harassment can be much harsher and menacing. Sexual Harassment is behavior with a sexual undertone that is abusive, injurious and unwelcome. The victims are placed in a situation where they are treated with intimidation, humiliation or hostility. …

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GENDER NEUTRALITY IN INDIA

GENDER NEUTRALITY IN INDIA Written By- Kush Bhardwaj INTRODUCTION In simple words, gender neutrality emphasizes on equal treatment of men and women socially, economically and legally with no discrimination on the grounds of gender. Gender neutrality describes the idea that policies, language and other social institutions should avoid distinguishing roles according to an individual’s sex or gender. In the past, the condition and status of women was quite bad. In the ancient India, epics and …

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GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES FOR GENDER EQUALITY

GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES FOR GENDER EQUALITY Written By Rashmi Singh The principle of gender equality is enshrined in the Indian Constitution in its Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles. The Constitution not only grants equality to women, but also empowers the State to adopt measures of positive discrimination in favour of women. GENDER EQUALITY means equal treatment, equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities to people of all genders. Everyone in this world is affected by …

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 THE THIRD GENDER IN INDIA

 THE THIRD GENDER IN INDIA Written by- Harnoordeep Kaur, BALLB(hons), 9th Semester, Rayat College of Law, Ropar, Punjab Abstract The fundamental rights of every citizen of India form an integral part of the basic structure of the Indian Constitution. The transgender individuals of India, though equal to the rest of the citizens in every regard, were oppressed for almost a century, both legally and socially. However, the honourable Supreme Court’s judgment in 2014 followed by …

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