Violence against women is not new, women have been harassed, or being treated injustice from early ages. Violence against women in terms of physical, sexual or mental, whether done in public or in private, is basically the breach of human rights. However, the rights of women are very clearly defined in every country’s law.
the internet and mobile phones are provided to girls by their parents, mainly for education and to be in contact with them. But when there is no check on girls in their early age, they are indulged in false deeds. There are many people who are in seeking of these immature girls. If a girl gets sexually harassed in her young age, no one can ever remove the effect of that incident which she will face through out her life.
Living in the modern society where women are working side by side with men but we cannot deny the fact that they are still somehow being treated as the source of leisure. One out of every three women worldwide will be abused physically, sexually, or otherwise during her lifetime.
Many women who take the responsibility to take care of their home and support financially; they are the highest victims of sexual harassment.
Women who become the victims of domestic violence do not have any one to raise voice for them and they themselves are afraid to report the incident because they feel to be offended and ridiculed in the society.
The change can only be brought if women are aware of their rights as well as men should also play their roles with responsibility instead of putting hurdles and taking women as a source of desire.
There is also a need to change our stereo typed society in which no matter what happens but people assume women is responsible for every act.
Every year the “International Day to End Violence against Women” is observed, to not only give awareness but also acknowledge them about their rights. Many NGOs are working for these women and a whole campaign is running just to make them aware how powerful they can be if they refuse to be treated ghastly.