Violence against Women
Violence against women has been a universal issue since per-historian times. Women have been viewed as property, material,dependable and flimsy human beings. The United Nations General Assembly defines "violence against women" as "any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual or mental harm or suffering to women, including threats of such acts, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or in private life."
Worldwide Governments, Medias and many others organizations have been battling against violence toward women by creating a variety of different programs to help endanger women or any type of violent crime such as UN resolution designated November 25 as International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence, Asian Task Force against Domestic Violence, Break the Cycle and many others.
World Health Organization (WHO) performed a multi-country study asking women questions over major public health problems and violations of women's human rights and found that 15–71% of women reported experiencing physical or sexual violence or at times both by their partner at some point. Between 15% of women in Japan and 70% of women in Ethiopia and Peru reported physical and/or sexual violence by an intimate partner and between 0.3–11.5% of women reported experiencing sexual violence by a non-partner the first sexual experience for many women was reported as forced – 24% in rural Peru, 28% in Tanzania, 30% in rural Bangladesh, and 40% in South Africa. These violent factors play a role in health issues such as mental issues, increase HIV percentages, women result in low interaction with public have difficulties trusting and dating. There are nineteen well known violent factors that have been dealt with in court or at least federally. Some of them are Acid throwing this type of violence is most common in...