Atrocities On Women And Its Solution Essay Topics

Public apologies are a type of performance before a larger audience, and they are to be understood in terms that are different from a private apology.

Sexual violence against women is not the result of a few odd bad elements. Sexual violence is part and parcel of heterosexual masculinity.

The U.S. government has ended the protective status of 200,000 Salvadoran migrants. If deported, they would go back to one of the world's deadliest places. How did violence in El Salvador get so bad?

For every £1 spent delivering a support programme for domestic abusers, the value to society was £1.40.

Compared to how prevalent sexual harassment is, false claims are rare.

It is time for fundamentalist Christians to examine their own theology and face up to how it has contributed to the abuse of women, intentionally or otherwise.

This story typically has two acts. First come the women's reports of harassment – followed by the inevitable dismissal and undermining of them. Could this time be different?

Hollywood's sexual predation scandals are just the tip of the iceberg. One in three women worldwide has been physically or sexually assaulted, and many girls' first sexual experience is forced.

Women and girls used the #MeToo hashtag more than 12 million times on Facebook in one day in October. It marked the rise of a new feminist consciousness and solidarity.

South Africa has one of the worst records of violence against women in the world. But not all women in the country seem to want to change this.

Shocking new findings show that even in conflict-affected countries where soldiers and rebel fighters are a daily danger to women, their husbands and boyfriends are the bigger threat.

Acid attacks, mostly against women, are increasing globally, and toxic masculinity is to blame. It's time for social, medical and legal reform to stop the scourge.

A personal account by a researcher investigating the root cause of sexual violence against women in India.

High profile stories of femicide come with a flare up of societal outrage, protest and collective introspection. But nothing ever really changes.

While men regard the social norm of 'proving' their manhood as normal, research shows otherwise. Combating these misconceptions can help reduce male violence.

Who is responsible when 43 girls burn to death in a state-run children's home?

Presenting violence of any sort as a cultural issue does not help prevent it.

An MP's attempt to block a bill to address violence against women was utterly misguided – here's why.

A new tool is tracking attacks on people for their religion, politics, caste, ethnicity, gender, class and sexual orientation.

The recent violent rape and murder of a 16-year-old Argentinian girl has sparked a region-wide protest movement against sexual violence in Latin America.

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