Violence against Women

In addition to the law programs that have been formulated, there are other suggestion that people are advised to do in order to maintain the violence against women at a very low level or even not at all (Poling 2003). Some of these are; Calling the police. The society is being advised to be at alert and be ready to inform the police force in case, one hears or see any evidence of violence against women being practiced anywhere. This will help the police to at least maintain the law in all area of the nation and thus being able to get up the people who attempt to go against the law.

Volunteer: the society is also being enlightened to at least volunteer themselves at a local domestic shelter or any organization that is put up to assist the victim or working to prevent the violence against women. Protect yourself: for the violence law to be of more help to the female gender in the world, the individual are being advised to protect themselves against the incident. By this, the female person has to ensure that , she wear the appropriate wear wherever she is, be with good company at a good place at good time and also know what they are saying in whatever time they speak.

This has been as a result of the assumption that, the victimization has been as the result of their wear and talk of which triggers the man hormones to act violently to the woman. Assist the individual of whom may be in an abusive relationship: this can be through helping that person to get out of it of try and counsel them in the way of living in peace. Raise the children in good manner: by these, the parent should be able to live as an example to the children. The parent has to ensure that, the children grow up know the good conducts in the society and respect people in the society.

This is causing them to treat others just the same way they would like to treat by the people around them. This particular precautions, has all the weight for the crime practice, as whenever the young one grows up knowing that women are lesser human being in the society, nothing will ever hinder him or her to be either a victim of the violence or even practice the act. Be an activist: being one of the activists for the violence against women will enlighten people on the benefits of the action and thus reduce the rate of the violence.

Thus the Non Governmental organisations have tried their level best to ensure that the law against women violence is implemented and adjusted to be able to ensure that there is fairness n the community and justice. With their efforts, the governments of different nation have tried to implement some of the practices in their court laws like imprisonment for the offenders. Although, because of some of the cultures certain area, this have not been hundred percent perfect, as people are still clanged to their cultural practises.

Conclusion Therefore in the case studies that have been carried on and on in many years, have prove that in the past, the law was existing but there was no justice and fairness in the implementation of the law concerning the violence against women, till the year 2006 when the law was restructured and more action added to that could protect the women from the crime (Women Health 2007). For that reason, the current law promotes justice and fairness for everybody in the society.


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