The Female Gender and Insecurity, the Bane of Modern Jurisdiction and Governance

Kenneth Ubani

Abstract


The increasing rate of violence in modern society seems to be affecting the female gender immensely that they are at the mercy of their attackers. This article looks at violence against the female gender from various angles and notes new forms of violence that came with the trend of time, especially with the digital world. It is as if the laws that have been put in place both at UN Charter level and that of the States are not adequately censored to achieve it ultimate goal of protection. For many reasons, corporate violence against the female folk still exists in different dimensions which is also an abuse of Human Rights, especially against the defenseless and the less privileged. There are ample examples in everyday life. The law should be strengthened to offer security, protecting the rights of women and children who are the forebears of the future society. Suggestions and recommendations have been listed on how violence against women and children can be managed.


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Gender; Education and Development

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12298

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