Srinagar: On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, celebrated every November 25, the Women’s Empowerment Department today held a pledge to make the world a safer and better place for women.
It is worth mentioning that International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women is aimed at raising awareness of all about the rights of women.
The theme of the day this year was “Orange the World: Funding, Response, Prevention, Collection!”.
In doing so, Mission Director (MD) Women’s Empowerment Shabnam Shah Kamili promised that the ministry would protect women’s social and legal rights and took all steps to stop violence against women. He said he was. She urged women to stand up to protect and protect their rights.
Kamiri said women should step forward to gain knowledge about their rights. She said that women are an important pillar of society and that everyone needs to respect her faithfully. She said gender equality should be respected and sexist violence should be rejected so that the world becomes a more beautiful place to live.
While the MD emphasizes the suspension of impunity and the strengthening of prevention for the female population, relevant ministries and agencies need to make strong adjustments to ensure that targeted support is available to all women. rice field.
Based on this year’s theme, Camry encouraged people to support it and become part of the “Orange Movement” to end violence against women around the world.
“Be part of the Orange Movement. Our colors represent a brighter future without violence against women and girls,” Kamiri said in a message.
Meanwhile, similar events took place in all districts of J & K and the Saki One Stop Center, raising awareness of the subject and pledge to respect women and raise their voice against violence against women.
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