HRO will take legal action against those who impersonate, misuse our identity & name

RSSCategory: Women Rights

Speed up women empowerment, says Tameem, Chairman of Human Rights Observers

Mar 08 2014, – Tameem said, apart from the economic and social inequality Women in India consistently lag behind the men in terms of access to education, health care, unable to take lead role in politics and corporate sector. Women in India are victims of heinous crimes such as, dowry deaths, rape, molestation and immoral trafficking.

Speed up women empowerment, says Tameem, Chairman of Human Rights Observers    Speed up women empowerment, says Tameem, Chairman of Human Rights Observers 1

Tameem also said without women’s active role no nation dream about development. Women should be given fair enough chance in all the platforms from government not government and politics to ensure gender dis-balance in our country

He further stressed the need of women freedom and a rights respecting culture should prevail. Crimes against women are taking place because there are lapses in our justice system lack of evidences number of criminals are walking free, need to speed up the process and bring culprits to justice.

March 8, 2014 | By More

Tameem Delivers inspiring address at the interactive session on international day of elimination of violence against women

Nov 25 2013, -Speaking on the occasion Tameem said Gender-based violence stems from the failure of governments and societies to recognize the human rights of women. At least one out of three women around the world has been coerced into sex, or sexually abused in her lifetime. A large proportion of reported attacks are against children total 28,270 cases of CHILD rapes reported in 2012 in India alone.

Tameem Delivers inspiring address at the interactive session on international day of elimination of violence against women   Tameem Delivers inspiring address at the interactive session on international day of elimination of violence against women 1

Tameem also said female foeticide, child marriage and high levels of trafficking and domestic servitude makes India the fourth most dangerous place for women, the poll showed. 100 million people, mostly women and girls, are involved in trafficking in one way or another, according to former Indian Home Secretary Madhukar Gupta. 44.5 pct of girls are married before the age of 18.

In a talk entitled “Ending Violence Against Women and Girls, and the Culture of Impunity”, Tameem appealed to adopt “Millennium Development Goal” of eliminating violence against women.

To reinforce the message further Tameem said the figures are alarming and the conditions are worse. There are scores of such women become daily victims of sexual abuse; this is an extremely important issue which needs urgent, effective action from the authorities.

November 25, 2013 | By More

Delhi gang-rape was a wake-up call says Tameem Human Rights Observers chief

Apr 24 2013, – Speaking on the occasion Human Rights Observers Chairman Mr. Tameem said up to seven in ten women have experienced violence in their lifetime. It’s time to end this pandemic, with one commitment at a time to protect women against Sexual violence certain promising steps to be taken. There are many ways to make a life free of violence a reality for women and girls: from passing or improving laws; launching public awareness campaigns free hotline services and free legal aid to survivors; supporting education programmes that address gender stereotypes and violence; and increasing women in law enforcement, use the power of media to convey these important messages such as stopping child marriages, not giving dowry, making the public aware about the consequences of violence against women.

Delhi gang-rape was a wake-up call says Tameem Human Rights Observers chief     Delhi gang-rape was a wake-up call says Tameem Human Rights Observers chief 1

The bottom line is violence prevails because we allow it to. Speak up – break the silence. Every effort of ours counts, so let’s this rage of violence end once and for all.  The right to development is the measure of the respect of all other human rights.  That should be our aim: a situation in which all individuals are enabled to maximize their potential, and to contribute to the evolution of society as a whole.

April 24, 2013 | By More