The husband can beat her all he wants but she cannot leave simply because she needs him. Domestic violence is prevalent in Cambodia however not so talked about because the abused often feels shame to expose marital problems to outsiders, blaming themselves instead. I believe that is unjust and that kind of thinking should change. That kind of thinking can be changed through education. I believe that if the woman gets educated, she won’t be in that situation.
Therefore, the reasons I explained and among many more women should not fight in combat. Women are the ones on the world that bare children and without them we could not have a future in the world. Women do not need to risk themselves trying to help our country when men do the job perfectly fine. Women do not need to take the chance of getting hurt or killed because they want to feel like they make a difference. Women need to realize without them our society and world could not go on.
If those who were in the prisons were taught reform measures and a trade they wouldn’t be brought back into the system over and over again. Another point that she makes is about how a homeless girl can be asking for a place to stay but if a policeman thinks that she is soliciting she can be arrested on prostitution charges just based off the feeling that he had, even if he is wrong. She will have no attorney or anyone to stand up for her. She will be forced to go through humiliating examinations and asked harassing questions alone. But the men that make the false accusations about the young girls are not held accountable for the lies or considered a lawbreaker.
There was a big uproar with disagreements and others who say “she was serving her time accordingly.” While in prison Homolka had all the qualifications and requirements to enter Queen’s. With all the necessities obtained, why would she not be allowed to be admitted into the University? Homolka was solemnly in her jail cell within no reach to endangering anyone else, so why not let her better herself productively for the betterment of the society when she is released. What else was she supposed to do? Relive her horrible crimes, master them in order not to get caught the second time?
Section 7 and 28 of the Alberta human rights act both stand to protect people in such positions as pregnancy from workplace discrimination. The owner was displaying discrimination because the sole purpose of Ms. Orth being eliminated from the job was because she was missing work due to her pregnancy. She her work ethics and attitude were generally good, she was not fired based on any kind of reprimandable acts from the day she first started her job on June 6, 1994. Due to the fact that Ms. Orth was now a noticeably pregnant woman, it made it impossible for her to find another workplace that would hire her. This was obviously harmful on her amount of income.
Gender equality does not mean that men and women become equal, it means that they are entitled to have access to the same opportunities for education, employment, financial independence (UNFPA 2013), and that they share the responsibility for the home and child care. It is important to have a level playing field in relation to social institutions such as employment, law and education. As it is only then will women gain equality, the same treatment and rights that men get. It is more important for ethnic women and indigenous women as these demographic types suffer even more than the typical "western woman"(Gen 14 2013, p.13). Looks play a major part for these women as does the language barrier.
Along with being forbidden to have the right to be educated, the women were also not allowed to have a job. With woman not having a job and making a earning, many schools started to shut down due to the fact that teachers were mainly females. As for the boys that are permitted to go to school are getting the minimum education. The Middle East is the most populated area with the lowest literacy rate in woman. Women are forbidden to have a full citizenship, making them less important and countable in the area.
This should be changed like other countries have done. When a parent has commit a crime and are facing potential deportation, some people will argue that the children should be able to stay in the country and be citizens because they haven’t done anything wrong, they were merely born and didn’t commit the crime the parents did, they shouldn’t have to pay. That’s how people win court cases to stay in the country, showing the meaning of “anchor babies.” They may have a point, that the children did not do anything and don’t deserve to lose their parents but the children don’t realize that their main reason of being born was so that when that situation would come up, they were the only thing keeping the parents in the country. These children are being used for the “right” to stay in a country they aren’t even citizens in. If you aren’t willing to become a citizen in a country, don’t live in it.
There are tons of people who get rejected when they apply to adopt a child. However, mot people who feel putting a child up for adoption is better than abortion. I strongly agree. The second reason why is many women are endangered by it. Not all abortions are handled in a manner that is both sanitary and done by a professional.
There is still a great amount of sexual discrimination against women within work, and the belief that sexual equality has been achieved is not accurate. Although women have not to stay at home anymore as it was believed many years ago, they have to face many difficulties at work as well as at home. For example, many women find it difficult to return to work after having a baby. One of the main reasons for this is that there are rarely any facilities for childcare in the workplace and as a result women are forced to find someone to look after their children and this may be very expensive. Furthermore, due to the economic situation, families often