End Violence Against Women
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For as we all know, violence against women and girls is rooted in gender-based discrimination and social norms and gender stereotypes that perpetuate such violence.
As stated by the Philippine Statistics as of March 2017, The DSWD collected a total number of female clients being abused by sex (a) in children (b) in youth.
There are 57, 672 children and 46, 032 youth are being used for sex in which all of them are women.
According to a blog by Julie M. Rodrigues (http://www.care2.com/causes/10-reasons-why-women-dont-leave-their-abusers.html), women can abuse men, and that abuse also occurs in same-sex relationships. That being said, studies also show that 95 percent of domestic abuse is committed by men against their female partners However, these reasons could apply to any relationship. A question often asked by people is "Why doesn't she just leave?".
Sometimes, we ask this question because we truly don’t understand what might be keeping someone in a terrible relationship. One of the hallmarks of an abusive relationship is an abuser gradually isolating the victim from her support network, including friends and family. There are several reasons why women doesn't want to leave their husband.
Since it happens over time, often victims of domestic violence don’t even realize what’s happening until it’s too late. They may be scared of reaching out to their former support network, or they may feel there’s no one they can trust. If the victim shares a joint bank account with her abuser, it’s hard to break free.
Some women don't leave their husbands because of financial problems, or because of the probability that the sole custody of the child would be given to the abusive parent. We should take a step and fight for our own dignity because each and every one of us, either man or woman can be the abuser or the victim. Despite all of the mistakes they have done, we should always respect both sides by acknowledging one's right that is stated by the law.
A world in which violence against women is unacceptable is a better world for all. The power to change the world—for women, for girls, for everyone—is in our hands.
Build that world with us. When we end violence against women it'll help everyone, our countries and ourselves.
We create better lives not just for us but for everyone. Brings harmony and peace and for most it builds unity for all.
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LEADER: CHARLENE AN G. CADION
Submitted To: Mrs. Sheree Ann Del Rosario-Gaylican
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