Justice must be between men and women that if they unite and make their future civilization
Imagine a woman who may be resident anywhere in the world, and can be affiliated to any economic group - to any social or ethnic group or religion. In a typical day play this woman before sunrise to begin the day with a period of 8-12 hours to work in a shop, or farm, or factory, or someone's home for little. But their children and elderly relatives are dependent on their income to live.
When returning to the house Tstvhm this woman of her children what they learned in school that day and wish to become when they grow up. They spend hours bent in front of a small stove or any other source of flame is used in cooking and preparing meals for large family.
In many parts of the world women are growing food, which is the staple food of all gather around a table food. Now imagine what happens when these women are unable to do these things because of its exposure to violence because of being female. The expenses of medical care adds pressure on her family's modest budget. If no longer able to work or care for their children because of psychological or physical injury, the sons would leave their schools for the exercise of any work in order to support the family. And shop owners who will lose the customer to deal with them, and thus
Their incomes fall
It is coincidence that you may know this woman. One woman in three over the world are exposed to the type of violence directed against it and one of every five will be subjected to rape or attempted rape.
This type of violence may be early in her life when a woman forced to forcibly terminate her pregnancy because the fetus is female or because families refuse to teach young girls or boys when they receive the shares of food on the dinner table before allowing girls to eat any food. And later may take the form of violence, underage marriage, or domestic violence or sexual exploitation.
Whatever the form of violence that women have received, it is a violation of human dignity may not be tolerated.
One can not be estimated how much personal pain and suffering from any form of abuse. But the medical bills and costs of litigation and loss of income and declining productivity and health expenditures, including increased risk of infection «HP. Aye »the virus that causes AIDS, are the things that we can determine the prices to them.
When we do so we will see how much it costs of violence against women and girls virtually every person in society.
In Uganda, for example, said approximately 13 percent of women said they lost time will be allocated for the work was necessary in the home because of violence by someone close to them. And the loss of some of these women were paid approximately 11 days would have been paid to them each year.
In addition, more than two-thirds of families surveyed views in Bangladesh reported that domestic violence caused the loss of $ 5 per month on average, or 5 per cent of income for many women.
These costs are compounded when the woman is the bread earner for the sole or main home, but they probably do not have any estimate.
And distributed damage, moving to the rest of society by increasing the expenditure incurred by the judicial proceedings, health care and security services.
No country or region in the world is immune and exempt from these costs.
In the U.S. study estimated the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2003 that the cost resulting from the violence of life partners who are close and alone exceeded $ 5.8 billion a year - spent $ 4.1 billion, including the services of medical care and direct health and there was a loss of productivity amounted to about 1.8 billion dollars.
And violence against women and girls is also a problem for the universal human rights and national security.
Valawaqub implications of the spread of violence on a large scale beyond the direct injury or economic loss. Often result from the results of severe permanent contagious sexually transmitted and psychological damage and social impact of violence against women and the impact on survivors and their children, their families and on society as a whole.
But while the causes of violence and abuse to the exclusion of women from the workforce and communities working to delay long generations, the adoption and development of the economic participation of women develop the GDP and per capita income. One study estimates that the reduction of barriers to women's participation in emerging economies, can increase the rate of per capita income by about 14 percent.
And increasing income means more money to feed the family and send children to school, and supports local producers and traders and creates a ring of real economic growth.
Each year, we allocate in the days between November 25, which coincided with International Day to end violence against women, and between December 10, which coincided with International Day for Human Rights, 16 days of activity on violence against women.
And we commit ourselves to the profession in this period in opposition to violence against women and girls, improving protection and raising the level of participation of women in the world.
Therefore, we need the participation of everyone - boys and men, religious leaders, community leaders, youth, all groups of society are critical for the eradication of epidemic this rampant violence.
The abuse can occur in the family home or in the field of conflict where rape is used as a weapon in the war or where reduced or girls would be neglecting or reducing their value simply because they are female. This is unacceptable in any form whatsoever. Countries can not simply apply when half the population is marginalized abused or subjected to discrimination.
This year, let us take advantage of these sixteen days to renew once again our commitment to end the abuse that fall prey to women and girls around the world.
Let's call the end of the culture of impunity that perpetuates this cycle of violence.
Let us work together in a cooperative partnership to make all forms of violence a thing of the past.