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Importance of women empowerment in world


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Quratulain*1, Dr. Rafida Nawaz2, Iqra Shahzadi3

1Department of Gender Studies, University of Bahaudin Zakriya University, Multan.

2Department of International Relations, University of Bahaudin Zakriya University, Multan.

3Institute of Agriculture Extension and Rural Development, UAF, Sub-campus Burewala, Vehari, Pakistan

*Corresponding author’s email: quratulainmalik56@gmail.com

Submitted Accepted Published
Jun 01,2019 Sep 09,2019 Oct 06,2019

2019 / Vol: 2 / Issue: 4


Abstract


The word empowerment has used in usually in to common routine. Word empowerment is not open and clear concept use for women strength. Infect dominant people are misuse this world. Empowerment means worth and strength which not used only females but used for male.  Females’ empowerment is major issue in the whole world. Because men consider that dominant and female are subordinate. This issue is not existing only under developed country exist in development country. Now females have awareness about their right. Feminist played very vital role advocacy right of women. Females are submissive and subordinate. Feminism in modern society and Islamic point of view that postmodern feminism has actual nature of risks. This real nature of challenges not implement just Muslim women even belong to all religious females. Feminism waves are movement of French revaluation that first wave, second wave. Third wave, Radical feminism, Liberal Feminism, socialist feminism. Marxism feminism. Feminist are understandable structure about accepting and using power within flow subordinate structure and support relationship of domination and equality. Women empowerment has not survived in authoritarian regimes based on gender discrimination and ideologies of male dominance approach. Postmodern feminism in today global village This achievement is provide a lack of exploring the main direction of feminism with mid in the practices in Muslim world. Islam is not limited religion. Islam give equal rights of men and women. Islam only one religion that give equal rights and opportunities in every field not Muslim even non-Muslim. In developing countries females have lot of barriers that stop empowerment and use of power in the right way. Women has less political empowerment than men. In India females have face lot of violence for example domestic violence, sexual violence and psychological violence etc. In Bangladesh females have must need work in agricultural field. Females family depend on female. During pregnancy if females face violence specially physically. sexual and domestic violence with due to the female and child death.

Keywords: Women Empowerment, Genders equality, Society Pressure, Social Issues


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