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Women, Law and Human Rights - An Indian Perspective

Women, Law and Human Rights - An Indian Perspective

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  • Author(s): Sarfaraz Ahmed Khan
  • Publisher: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2021
  • Approx. Pages 356 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description

It is with a great sense of delight we bring forth this book titled Women, Law and Human Rights : An Indian Perspective, which is the outcome of Converse'19 : A Two-Day National Seminar on Exploring the Contemporary Women Right Issues in India organised by the Centre for Human Rights, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. First and foremost we are grateful to the University authorities for allowing us to conduct the National Conference which created foundation for present book. Most of the chapters are edited papers presented by the authors in the conference and a few papers were invited by the editors from experts in the field to make the books more comprehensive in nature. A token of appreciation to all the authors who have contributed to the book and making this project successful.
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Table of Contents

Introduction : Women, Law and Human Rights
Chapter 01.    Combating, Violence against Women in India and Viability of Adopting Integrated Reparation Model
Chapter 02.    A Critical Assessment of Honor Killings in India from the Legal Outlook
Chapter 03.    Understanding Mahr as an Endowment of the Socio-Economic Rights of the Muslim Women
Chapter 04.    Societal Assault after the Sexual Assault
Chapter 05.    Martial Rape as Exception of Section 375 of Indian Penal Code - A need to change and review Philosophical 
                           Epistemology of the Exception
Chapter 06.    The Practice of Halala and Human Rights of Muslim Women : An Analysis
Chapter 07.    Behind the Doors of Silence: Where the Domestic Violence Act Stands in Kerala?
Chapter 08.    Surrogate Motherhood and its Implications on Reproductive Health of Women under Surrogacy Bill
Chapter 09.    An Insight into the Restricted Reproductive Rights of Women
Chapter 10.    Abortion, A Fundamental Right - A Women's Right to Dignity
Chapter 11.    Indian Legislations Concerning Psychosomatic Disorders and its Impact on Working Women : A Critical Study
Chapter 12.    Women as Commercial Sex workers : A Debate Between Dignity and Obscenity
Chapter 13.    Combating Human Trafficking, A Modern - Day Slavery, In India
Chapter 14.    A Critical Analysis of International and National Legal Regimes Related to Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace
Chapter 15.    Media : A Betterment Tool for Women
Chapter 16.    Revenge Porn : A Comparative Analysis
Chapter 17.    Crimes Against Women and Prevention : The Austerity of Law and the Desideratum for Change
Chapter 18.    Trafficking of Women under the Guise of Marriage
Chapter 19.    Women Trafficking in India : Its Challenges and Measures for Prevention
Chapter 20.    'NAGA Society From a Gendered Perspective'
Chapter 21.    Protection of Women's Rights : Laws and Struggle for Their  Enforcement
Chapter 22.    Publicity of Corporates  : Enroute Women Empowerment
Chapter 23.    Laws Relating to maintenance of Muslim Women in India
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Author Details
Prof, (Dr.) Sarfaraz Ahmed Khan
: He is presently heading Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad in the capacity of Director. Having almost two decades of experience in teaching. He has numerous books and articles on his name. His areas of interests are Criminal Justice Administration, Human Rights and Human Trafficking.
Ahmar Afaq: He is presently working at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad in the capacity of an Assistant Professor. He is also heading the Centre for Human Rights, Symbiosis law School, Hyderabad in the capacity of Faculty-in-Charge. In his five years of experience at teaching and research he has contributed into the various domains of law; Human Rights, Gender Issues, Labour laws, Personal laws by the way of his lectures, seminars
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