Facing Gender Violence and Our Roles to Combat Sexual Abuses against Women

Facing Gender Violence and Our Roles to Combat Sexual Abuses against Women



Bilingual publication. There are globally assessed human rights abuses that afflict the health status of women and girls within the context of gender violence and sexual abuses. Despite numerous efforts from diverse sectors to combat the flaw, it cannot be denied there is an obviously relaxed community and local government attitude towards eliminating or combating the prejudicial natures of such gender violence acts.

Through a community inclusive model and leadership engagement attempt to effectively address gender and sexual violence worries, this book combines practical community action guidelines. Such actions ascertain and communicate the roles of all concerned societal parties towards the sexual violence issues affecting women and girls, in correspondence with the principles of the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) and the UN Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women.

The manual also presents the opportunity through which all civil society and government authority parties are able to comprehend the contextual meaning and legal implications of involved terms, responsibilities and obligations, within the practical sphere of gender violence and specifically, sexual violence against vulnerable community women.

As an added advantage, the manual is published as a bilingual book through which the reader could learn the implied context within both languages. As well, while the principal objective of this publication is to raise awareness against gender and sexual violence practices, it also serves as a means to raise funds for MAHSRA’s community activities against gender violence.

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