Gender Based Violence with Women in India

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Year : 2021 | Volume : | Issue : 2 | Page : 13-18
By

    Darpan Chaturvedi

  1. Student, Christ (Deemed To Be University), Uttar Pradesh, India

Abstract

Gender-based violence (GBV) should be investigated in any situation where it occurs. However, there is a paucity of GBV research on evacuees, internally displaced persons (IDPs), and post-conflict populations. In this vein, the goal of this assignment was to separate and analyse GBV considers in terms of the circumstances in which they were led, their characteristics and obstructions, and their impact on global and neighborhood programmers. As a result, freely organized subjective meetings with local, worldwide, and UN association officials were directed. Furthermore, in Azerbaijan, Kosovo, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, centre gatherings with pariah and IDP populations were held. The GBV study looked at how different needs were met during site visits, such as programme planning, effort, and promotion. Their methods evolved from simple specially commissioned surveys to complex evaluations that combined quantitative, subjective, and blended strategy plans. Despite the fact that the definitions of violence and procedures differed between study locations, the activities demonstrate that GBV research is taking place on various scales in outcast, IDP, and post-struggle situations. It is critical to conduct a thorough and better investigation, which should include local non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Changes in the study plan and execution could have a big impact. Increase the generalizability, credibility, and similarity of the discoveries dramatically. The use of a homogenized survey and examination protocol is recommended in this paper to encourage the planning and implementation of quality GBV research in a variety of exile, IDP, and post-strife contexts. Online assistance with exam guidelines and a supposedly solid, field-tested test survey could stimulate data and experience sharing.

Keywords: Gender-Based Violence, India, household survey, crime

[This article belongs to National Journal of Criminal Law(njcl)]

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 4
Issue 2
Received September 13, 2021
Accepted November 10, 2021
Published December 30, 2021