Child marriage as a concept can be defined as the formal or an informal union between two individuals before attaining the age of eighteen years. This institution should be seen as an abuse of human rights since this is one form of a forced marriage. As per the law in India, a child marriage is one in which the girl is below the age of eighteen years and the boy is below the age of twenty one years. In India, child marriages are still prevalent in the state of Kerala.
Rapidly growing size of population, shortages of teachers, books, and basic facilities, and insufficient public funds to cover education costs are some of the nation’s toughest challenges. Let us try to get rid of all these problems and help in building a brighter future for the kids. #proudindia #education #future #growth
About 31,000 crimes against women reported in 4 years, yet only 146 convicted. This is the rate at which women are being tortured. Let’s protect our women as the future depends on them. #women #savewomen #iaapi
Male and female citizens, being equal in the eyes of the law, must be equally admitted to all honors, positions, and public employment according to their capacity and without other distinctions besides those of their virtues and talents. Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.
Gender discrimination continues to be an enormous problem within Indian society. Traditional patriarchal norms have relegated women to secondary status within the household and workplace. This drastically affects women's health, financial status, education, and political involvement. Women are commonly married young, quickly become mothers, and are then burdened by stringent domestic and financial responsibilities.