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VIOLATION OF WOMEN HUMAN RIGHTS IN TRIPURA AND ROLE OF EDUCATION

Miss. Baishakhi Bhattacharyya

Journal Title:SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Abstract


Women constitute almost half of the world population. However, their enjo yment of rights equally with that of men is far satisfactory. Gender differences, customs, traditions, social attitudes etc. are mainly responsible for inequality between men and women. Every individuals of the society have equal rights to live, enjoy to e quality and to live peacefully in the society .General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on 10 th December 1948. This declaration provides that all men and women are entitled to civil, political, social, and cultural rights without any discrimination. The constitution of India also guarantees the equality of rights of men and women. However, in the sphere of womens human rights in India, there exists a wide gulf between theory and practice. The women in India in general and Tripura in particular very often have to face discrimination, injustice and dishonor. Though women in India have been given more rights as compared to men, even then the condition of women in India is miserable. The paper will focus on the human rights of women in Tripura and that how all the fundamental rights given to the women are being violated in Tripura, by focusing on the various crimes done against them. This paper also makes an attempt to find out the role of education in promotion and protection of Women Human Rights.

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