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Model impacts to womens right to equality by age grouping

Lisa Martinez

The purpose of this model intends to supply a way to organize and apply support for the human rights of all people.  

March Status of Women Report 
The United Nations status on Women one of the highest authorities internationally describes the violence against women priorities to include the following as a 2nd part of the report.  

The Working Group's second thematic report to the Human Rights Council in June 2014 will be on women's economic and social life. 
Violence against women as a cross-cutting issue will involve consideration, amongst other things, of violence and sexual harassment in the workplace, in the professions, in educational institutions, in prostitution, or with regard to land or inheritance rights. 
The Working Group will address women's right to equality in public and private, governmental and international institutional frameworks.
It will examine the way against women impacts their capacities in the economic and social spheres and deprives them of equal opportunities. 
The Working Group notes that this is mentioned in the Draft Agreed Conclusions and kindly requests that it be expanded violence emphasized.
Our third thematic theme is family and culture and this will of course include examination of the ways to eliminate discrimination and violence against women and girls in the family, which is often condoned by patriarchal cultural stereotypes. This lies at the core of violence against women, as pointed out in the Draft Agreed Conclusions. Violence against women and girls in the family violates their health and safety and creates a primary barrier to their well-being and equality in all the spheres of their lives.Indeed private violence is also political, creating an environment of fear in which women live out their lives and constituting an instrument of patriarchal control over women.
In conclusion, relating to violence as a crosscutting issue means both separate and integrated understanding of the impact of violence against women in all spheres of their lives
We see discrimination and violence against women as interconnected phenomena, stemming from the same epistemological, and mutually reinforcing. The Working Group notes in full agreement with the emphasis in the Draft Agreed Conclusions that the ending of violence against women and girls is not an option but must be a priority for the achievement of sustainable development, peace and security, human rights, economic growth and social cohesion and that the elimination of violence against women and girls must be reflected as a priority area in the post-2015 development framework

Women Violence Against Women Modeling Simulations

  • 3 years 1 month ago

Clone of Model impacts to womens right to equality by age grouping

Lisa Martinez

The purpose of this model intends to supply a way to organize and apply support for the human rights of all people.  

March Status of Women Report 
The United Nations status on Women one of the highest authorities internationally describes the violence against women priorities to include the following as a 2nd part of the report.  


The Working Group's first thematic report focuses on Political and Public life.  See the report.


The Working Group's second thematic report to the Human Rights Council in June 2014 will be on women's economic and social life. 

Violence against women as a cross-cutting issue will involve consideration, amongst other things, of violence and sexual harassment in the workplace, in the professions, in educational institutions, in prostitution, or with regard to land or inheritance rights. 
The Working Group will address women's right to equality in public and private, governmental and international institutional frameworks.
It will examine the way against women impacts their capacities in the economic and social spheres and deprives them of equal opportunities. 
The Working Group notes that this is mentioned in the Draft Agreed Conclusions and kindly requests that it be expanded violence emphasized.
Our third thematic theme is family and culture and this will of course include examination of the ways to eliminate discrimination and violence against women and girls in the family, which is often condoned by patriarchal cultural stereotypes. This lies at the core of violence against women, as pointed out in the Draft Agreed Conclusions. Violence against women and girls in the family violates their health and safety and creates a primary barrier to their well-being and equality in all the spheres of their lives.Indeed private violence is also political, creating an environment of fear in which women live out their lives and constituting an instrument of patriarchal control over women.

The fourth thematic topic focuses on Health and Safety, see report.  

In conclusion, relating to violence as a crosscutting issue means both separate and integrated understanding of the impact of violence against women in all spheres of their lives
We see discrimination and violence against women as interconnected phenomena, stemming from the same epistemological, and mutually reinforcing. The Working Group notes in full agreement with the emphasis in the Draft Agreed Conclusions that the ending of violence against women and girls is not an option but must be a priority for the achievement of sustainable development, peace and security, human rights, economic growth and social cohesion and that the elimination of violence against women and girls must be reflected as a priority area in the post-2015 development framework

Women Violence Against Women Modeling Simulations

  • 5 years 6 months ago