Protest for Rights

Women’s perspectives will be included in designing and implementing macro-economic and social policies by institutionalizing their participation in such processes. Their contribution to socio-economic development as producers and workers will be recognized in the formal and informal sectors (including home based workers) and appropriate policies relating to employment and to her working conditions will be drawn up. Such measures could include:

PRATEEKSHA has presented new challenges for the realization of the goal of women’s equality, Women members of Amlidadar village under Budhipali GP struggled for getting contract construction work while the work order was forcibly issued in favour of a local contractor of the same village for this a group of women protest in rally and stayed hunger strike two days infront o Block Development Office against protesting corrupt officials.

The gender impact of which has not been systematically evaluated fully. However, from the micro-level studies that were commissioned by the Department of women & child development, it is evident that there is a need for re-framing policies for access to employment and quality of employment. Benefits of the growing global economy have been unevenly distributed leading to wider economic disparities, the feminization of poverty, increased gender inequality through often deteriorating working conditions and unsafe working environment especially in the informal economy and rural areas. Strategies will be designed to enhance the capacity of women and empower them to meet the genitive social and economic impacts, which may flow from the globalization process. «Back