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Strike the Balance for a Better Society

Despite the rapid progress towards ending gender discrimination across the world, the problem still exists in the society. This gender gap has given birth to social menaces like ...

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Despite the rapid progress towards ending gender discrimination across the world, the problem still exists in the society. This gender gap has given birth to social menaces like oppression, regression and misogyny, advertently or inadvertently. However, with evolution of technology and globalisation, there is more collaboration between men and women, creating a diverse and balanced society. Yet there are many loopholes that need to be plugged to bring #BalanceforBetter.

Ahead of International Women's Day on March 8, MyGov Assam has sought suggestions from citizens on how to create an atmosphere in our surroundings to ensure that women don’t feel discriminated and the Balance is struck for Better.

Please limit your suggestions to 200 words. The best answer will be featured on MyGov Assam social media page along with the winner’s photograph.

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Ramakrishna Lakshmanan 8 months 4 weeks ago

Gender equality can be ensured only by inculcating human values, ethics, morality, etc.right from the age of 12 and above when
the innocence of childhood starts waning and slowly vanishing. Parents, teachers, older siblings must be proactive and start the process of inculcating values of gender equality when the child reaches the above mentioned age. Efforts should be made to educate the child about the need for mutual co-existence without having any discrimination, prejudice, etc.

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Santanu Datta 9 months 12 hours ago

1.Establish the policy of women empowerment. 2.50% Reservation for women in administration, education and job. 3.Gender equality should be part of education. 4. Girl child labour should be stopped. 5 Health of girl child should be protected.

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Dr Nitoo Baruah 9 months 6 days ago

Girl child should be given top most priority right from their birth to marriage.A strict policy should be formulated so that every parents send their girl child to school or else if the parents don't send their girl child or if they get their girl child early marriage they should be imposed hepty fines and also be delisted from receiving any govt facilities.
Moreover their should be 50% reservations in all govt/non govt offices to ensure equal partication of women