Women and Human rights
Author(s):
Mrs Mamatha U
Keywords:
Women's rights, Gender, Human Rights, Equality
Abstract
This essay explores the evolution of women's rights within the context of human rights, tracing the historical struggles and achievements that have shaped the status of women globally. By examining key milestones, legal frameworks, and cultural shifts, the essay highlights the ongoing challenges faced by women in various spheres, including education, work, and political participation. It also emphasizes the intersectionality of women's experiences, considering how factors such as race, class, and ethnicity influence their rights. Ultimately, the essay underscores the importance of continued advocacy and collective action to frameworks, and cultural shifts, the essay highlights the ongoing challenges faced by women in various spheres, including education, work, and political participation. It also emphasizes the intersectionality of women's experiences, considering how factors such as race, class, and ethnicity influence their rights. Ultimately, the essay underscores the importance of continued advocacy and collective action to ensure the full realization of women's rights as an integral component of human rights worldwide
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 161409

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 4

Page(s): 772 - 774
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