Addressing harassment against men through the lens of gender equality in India: A critical analysis /

Angel Yadav_22222001_LLMCAL_Dissertation_.pdf

Title

Addressing harassment against men through the lens of gender equality in India: A critical analysis /

Subject

Law

Description

Harassment refers to harassment derives from the English verb harass plus the suffixment. The verb harass, in turn, is a loan word from the French, which was already attested in meaning torment, annoyance, bother, trouble.1 It refers to when an individual continually performs undesirable behaviour against a victim. This may include offensive language, rude and cruel remarks, but it must continue over time in order then it is considered as harassment. Harassment has many types like sexual harassment, mental harassment; workplace harassment, domestic harassment and many more it cover wide range of offence Harassment. Harassment against men is a serious issue that needs to be addressed in India, just as harassment against women does. It is important to approach this issue through the lens of gender equality, as both men and women should have the right to live free from harassment and violence. To start with, it is important to acknowledge that men can be victims of harassment and violence, and that this issue is not limited to women alone.

Creator

Yadav, Angel - 22222001

Publisher

CHRIST (Deemed to be University)

Date

2023

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Master's Dissertation

Collection

Citation

Yadav, Angel - 22222001, “Addressing harassment against men through the lens of gender equality in India: A critical analysis /,” CHRIST (Deemed To Be University) Institutional Repository, accessed March 5, 2024, http://archives.christuniversity.in/items/show/2686.

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