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Gender is constructed both socially through social interactions as well as biologically through chromosomes, brain structure, and hormonal differences. Discrimination takes place in this manner as men and women are subject to prejudicial treatment on the basis of gender alone. It occurs when men and women are framed within two dimensions of social cognition. Gender inequality stems from distinctions, whether empirically grounded or socially constructed . Gender InequalityPowerPoint Presentation: forms of discrimination Education: People believe that a women’s education would be a waste because their important jobs are to cook, clean, look after the children and be a desirable wife . Female Infanticide: The murder of a female infant. It occurs often as a deliberate murder or abandonment of a young girl or infant. .PowerPoint Presentation: Honor Killing: The practice of killing girls and women who are perceived to have dishonored a family’s reputation by allegedly engaging in sexual activity or other improprieties before or outside of marriage. ‘Improper’ behavior justifies grounds for killing. Domestic violence: This form of domestic violence is most common of all. One of the reasons for it being so prevalent is the orthodox and idiotic mindset of the society that women are physically and emotionally weaker than the males.PowerPoint Presentation: An estimated 855 million people worldwide cannot read or write; 705 million of them are women. : This needs to be stopped.PowerPoint Presentation: Along with government laws, tradition plays a big role in this problem. In third world countries, it is the custom for boys to go to school and girls to stay at home. People believe that a women’s education would be a waste because their important jobs are to cook, clean, look after the children and be a desirable wife. A young girl’s learning environment is at home where she can inherit skills from her mother. The most important skills for a girl to learn are ones so that she can reproduce and be good mother. Another top goal for girls is to be a desirable wife. These factors have always been more important than learning to read or write. Traditional BeliefsPowerPoint Presentation: 1 out of every 3 girls does not live to see her 15th birthday One-third of these deaths take place at birth Every sixth girl child’s death is due to gender discrimination Females are victimized far more than males during childhoodPowerPoint Presentation: Female Infanticide Infanticide (or infant homicide ) is the intentional killing of infants. , killing within 24 hours of a child's birth, is most commonly done by the mother whereas infanticide of a child more than one day old is slightly more likely to be committed by the father. According to a recent report by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) up to 50 million girls and women are missing in India's population as a result of systematic sex discrimination. The UNICEF study has been criticized by the Indian Medical Association for utilizing outdated data and for deliberately demonizing Indians for the purposes of politicsPowerPoint Presentation: OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!PowerPoint Presentation: In many parts of India parents prefer to have sons. Parents opt sex-selective abortion. Leads to decline in child sex ratio (number of girl children per thousand boys) in the country to merely 927. As the map shows, this ratio has fallen below 850 or even 800 in some places. DELHI CHILD SEX RATIO BELOW 800 800-849 850-899 900-949 950 AND ABOVE DATA NOT AVAILABLE NATIONAL AVERAGE 927 Sex ratioPowerPoint Presentation: An honor killing , or honour killing (also: honor murder is the homicideof a member of a family or social group by other members, due to the belief of the perpetrators that the victim has brought dishonor upon the family or community. Honor killings are directed mostly against women and girls. honor killingPowerPoint Presentation: Reports of various kinds of harassment, exploitation and violence against women. Urban areas have become particularly unsafe for women. Not safe even within their own home from beating, harrassment and other forms of domestic violence. Domestic violencePowerPoint Presentation: Wages The Equal Wages Act provides that equal wages should be paid to equal work. However in almost all areas of work, from sports and cinema, to factories and fields, women are paid less than men. Wage for men Wage for womenPowerPoint Presentation: What we can do!!!!! E D U C A T I O N Open new schools in areas which do not have them and to expand existing school infrastructures and maintenance. Address inadequate teacher numbers, and provide training a development for existing teachers Provide quality elementary education including life skills with a special focus on the education of girls and children with special needs as well as computer educationPowerPoint Presentation: What we can do!!!!! F E M A L E I N F A N T I C I D E The education of both men and women, social strategies to improve the status of women, and access to family counseling and healthcare may provide means of eliminating female infanticide, as well as elevating the value assigned to women around the globe.PowerPoint Presentation: What we can do!!!!! D O M E S T I C V I O l E N C e We can aware the women about The Domestic Violence Act of 2005 which provides victims of abuse with a means for practical remedy,but has been reportedly used against men. Ring the bell ( bell bajao ): The slogan Ring the Bell which is depicted in several situations from asking for a cup of milk, to use the phone or to retrieve a lost cricket ball. By this we can stop the domestic violence . We can also registered an FIR against men in nearest police station. Kalighat Painting Calcutta of 19 th Century Woman StrinkingMan With BroomPowerPoint Presentation: By: K artik Xth L You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.