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Gender Sensitization
 Gender Sensitization refers to theories which claim
that modification of the behavior of teachers and
parents (etc.) tow...
 The aim of gender sensitization is to make
people aware of the power relations between
men and women in society and to u...
 Gender equality should be a priority not only in the
organization’s mission statement, general objectives,
and policies,...
 There should be greater parity in numbers and
distribution of staff, more – importantly, women on
the staff and especial...
 Decision-making access for women should be built into
the organization’s structures, not dependent on
informal agreement...
Sexual Harassment is Rare.
Sexual harassment is rampant extremely
widespread. It touches the lives of 40 to 60
percent of working women, and similar
...
If you ignore sexual harassment, it will stop.
It will not. Generally, simply ignoring
sexual harassment will not stop it. Ignoring
such behavior may be taken as a sign ...
Women enjoy attention from the other sex and
when they can’t handle they complain of sexual
harassment.
Display of “Power” on the part of perpetrator
is the root cause of Sexual harassment.
Sexual harassment is form of harassm...
Many women make up and report stories of
sexual harassment to get back at their
employers or others who have angered them.
Research shows that less than one percent of
the complaints are false. Women rarely file
complaints even when they are jus...
Only those women object who
have no sense of humour.
Sexual harassment is offensive, frightening and
insulting to women. It has an adverse effect on
their mental and physical ...
 Women usually keep quiet out of fear, to
protect the family honor, for children’s sake or
she thinks she is at fault.
 ...
UN declaration, 1993, on elimination of
violence against women defines violence as :
 Any gender based violence that resu...
A form of gender violence which is now defined as
sexual harassment.
 “Before sexual harassment was given a name women
ju...
Hospitals
Nurses - Doctors,
patients, even ward boys.
Patients- Doctors, ward
boys.
Government Offices
Employees - Superio...
Hotels
Employees-Hotel employees
other guests
professionals .
Theatres, Stage and Films
Artistes -Directors,
producers,
fe...
District Headquarters
The rule of gang that have political
support.
Press & Publishing
All these who go for publication
(w...
 CHANGE IN RECTT POLICY
 SEXUAL HARASSMENT AWARENESS TRAINING
 SENSING MECHANISMS
 COMMITMENT FROM TOP
 PRACTICES CON...
 On the platform of equality together we
can achieve the common goals of
organization not merely with legal changes but
d...
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Gender Sensitization refers to theories which claim that modification of the behavior of teachers and parents (etc.) towards children can have a causal effect on gender equality.

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Gender Sensitization

  1. 1. Gender Sensitization
  2. 2.  Gender Sensitization refers to theories which claim that modification of the behavior of teachers and parents (etc.) towards children can have a causal effect on gender equality.  The dictionary meaning of gender is – the class in which a noun or pronoun is placed in grammatical grouping.
  3. 3.  The aim of gender sensitization is to make people aware of the power relations between men and women in society and to understand the importance of affording women and men equally opportunities and treatment.
  4. 4.  Gender equality should be a priority not only in the organization’s mission statement, general objectives, and policies, but also in its internal regulations (recruitment procedures, terms and conditions for workers, etc).  Adequate resources should be devoted to putting such policies into practice.  Management-staff relations should be as non- vertical as possible: open, consultative, listening.
  5. 5.  There should be greater parity in numbers and distribution of staff, more – importantly, women on the staff and especially in management must be committed to gender equality.  This means not feminine management, but feminist management, understood as management (by both sexes) that is committed to women’s empowerment.  The organization should offer non-gender- stereotyped roles and choices for both men and women.  There should be space for, and encouragement of, bottom-up initiatives and informal, ‘horizontal’ for ideas and dialogue.
  6. 6.  Decision-making access for women should be built into the organization’s structures, not dependent on informal agreements or arrangements, so that women’s access to decision-making does not depend on the personalities and efforts of individuals.  Management should give unequivocal support to gender teams and staff members with specific responsibility for gender issues.  There should be scope for different organizational styles and cultures to coexist and be valued and for men and women together to explore and utilize difference without disempowering either side.
  7. 7. Sexual Harassment is Rare.
  8. 8. Sexual harassment is rampant extremely widespread. It touches the lives of 40 to 60 percent of working women, and similar proportions of female students in colleges and universities.
  9. 9. If you ignore sexual harassment, it will stop.
  10. 10. It will not. Generally, simply ignoring sexual harassment will not stop it. Ignoring such behavior may be taken as a sign of encouragement or tacit consent. Many reports, that when they directly tell the harasser to stop, the harassment often, but not always ends. Ignoring such conduct may even be perceived as complicity, condoling and encouragement of the act.
  11. 11. Women enjoy attention from the other sex and when they can’t handle they complain of sexual harassment.
  12. 12. Display of “Power” on the part of perpetrator is the root cause of Sexual harassment. Sexual harassment is form of harassment- which is unwanted and unacceptable to the victim. A.P. survey (Women Police Officers) 86% of Sexual harassment are true. In fact most cases of Sexual Harassment go unreported as a) 48.2 % - embarrassed. b) Fear of being blamed.
  13. 13. Many women make up and report stories of sexual harassment to get back at their employers or others who have angered them.
  14. 14. Research shows that less than one percent of the complaints are false. Women rarely file complaints even when they are justified in doing so.
  15. 15. Only those women object who have no sense of humour.
  16. 16. Sexual harassment is offensive, frightening and insulting to women. It has an adverse effect on their mental and physical health.
  17. 17.  Women usually keep quiet out of fear, to protect the family honor, for children’s sake or she thinks she is at fault.  Many women think it is all normal and inevitable.  It is a woman’s lot and there is seemingly little she can do to escape her lot.
  18. 18. UN declaration, 1993, on elimination of violence against women defines violence as :  Any gender based violence that results or is likely to result in physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to women.  Includes threats of such acts, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or private.
  19. 19. A form of gender violence which is now defined as sexual harassment.  “Before sexual harassment was given a name women just called it “life”.  Lyn Farley’s 1978 book, Sexual Shakedown, introduced the term.  Further reinforced when in 1979, Catherine MacKinnon published, The sexual harassment of the working women
  20. 20. Hospitals Nurses - Doctors, patients, even ward boys. Patients- Doctors, ward boys. Government Offices Employees - Superiors, colleagues and employees.
  21. 21. Hotels Employees-Hotel employees other guests professionals . Theatres, Stage and Films Artistes -Directors, producers, fellow workers. Modeling Models -employees, sponsors.
  22. 22. District Headquarters The rule of gang that have political support. Press & Publishing All these who go for publication (writers, editors, sub-editors, journalist publishers etc).
  23. 23.  CHANGE IN RECTT POLICY  SEXUAL HARASSMENT AWARENESS TRAINING  SENSING MECHANISMS  COMMITMENT FROM TOP  PRACTICES CONSISTENT WITH POLICIES
  24. 24.  On the platform of equality together we can achieve the common goals of organization not merely with legal changes but definitely with attitudinal changes .

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