Gender Justice and Diversity

Gender based violence is one of the most notable human rights violations everywhere. Patriarchal structure of the society prevents girls, women, transgender, sexual and gender minority from gaining access to the equal opportunity. Both women and men experience gender-based violence but the majority of victims are women and gender diverse people.

Sada approaches to accentuate the voice of girls, women and gender diverse people and create safe space for all of them. Sada combat to eliminate all forms of violence against girls, women, gender and sexual minority with the active engagement of boys and men. Sada works for gender mainstreaming and advocating for gender equality and gender justice at all levels.

Women and transgender people are confronted by discrimination and inequality everywhere. They face violence, abuse and unequal treatment at home and at work. Gender inequality is a key driver of poverty. And a fundamental denial of transgender and women’s rights.

Raising women’s voices
We support women in their efforts to take part in decision-making at all levels and promote leadership and participation of women.

Engage boys and men to educate them on gender equality to reduce violence and women and transwomen in Bangladesh.

Having better-educated parents means a better upbringing of the children where they get the chance to grow up as better human beings with a civilized mindset. And, this moral education can only be attained from home. We all know that a mother is the first and most important teacher to a child. So, if the mother is educated, the child grows up with a flourished mentality. That’s why, for the sake of the economic development of a nation, it is very important to have an educated population.

An educated mother can help build a prosperous and inclusive society. Therefore, girls education must be in top priority in every country.

Women need to be very aware of any sign of mistreatment, not only when it comes from their partners, but from any other person as well. From a young age, they need to understand how important it is to prevent violence against women.

Some categories of violence are: Physical violence, Psychological violence, Obstetric violence, Sexual violence, Symbolic Violence, Violence in the workplace.

The imperfections of men is the creation of women. So, we all are human and every human deserve the same aspect.

Empowering women and promoting gender equality is crucial to accelerating sustainable development. Ending all forms of discrimination against women and girls is not only a basic human right, but it also has a multiplier effect across all other development areas.

Both men and women should feel free to voice their opinions. It is time that we all perceive gender on a spectrum, not as two opposing sets of ideas.

Ending all discrimination against women and girls is not only a basic human right, it’s crucial for sustainable future; it’s proven that empowering women and girls helps economic growth and development.

Women education plays a very important role in the overall development of the country and empowerment can be viewed as a means of creating a progressive environment where one can make decisions and make choices either individually or collectively for social development. Ensure education for girls, women and transwomen.

A lot of men in our society treat women as if they are objects. This, however, is not the right approach to treat the women folk. We are all human beings irrespective of our gender and that’s why, we need to ensure that each and every single soul out there gets the rights they deserve, be it a man or a woman!

Violence against women is major social anarchy in our society. the main reason behind this is a degradation of moral values and the influence of explicit behavior on our young generations. That’s why we must teach the youth to respect and raise them as human beings first! If we show respect, we will teach respect. This means when we are treating others with respect, our younger generation will eventually grow a habit of showing respect towards others. It means they will remain aware of the rights of the women and will refrain from anything that deprives the women of their deserved rights. And, a society can only be progressive when it can show proper respect and admiration to all the people irrespective of gender.

Steps you can take to prevent violence against women

  1. Identify the act of violence. If you suspect that someone close to you is violent, you should carefully analyze how the person treats you. If you still aren’t sure if this treatment constitutes violence, discuss the issue with a trusted friend or family member.
  2. Don’t treat acts of violence as normal. When someone makes destructive comparisons about us, pushes us, controls our actions, etc., this is violence. If you experience or witness this type of behavior, it’s time to take action. Justifying or minimizing abuse will only allow it to continue and quite possibly get worse.
  3. Look for support. When women suffer from violence of any sort, it’s important that we look for support in the right place. This means turning to people who will listen to us and take our situation seriously, without judgement. Having support plays a major part in finding the courage and tools to face the situation.
  4. Be a strong woman. This is often easier said than done, but it’s not impossible. The key is finding the strength to make the decision to break free. We need to recognize and admit when we’re suffering violence and find the way out.
  5. Seek psychological help. When someone endures a violent situation, it’s normal for this to take its toll on their self-esteem. Women who suffer violence often feel insecure and downtrodden. Psychological treatment can help us recover the self-confidence we lost.
  6. Research all you can about violence against women. We have a better chance of putting a stop to violence against women if we’re informed. This not only helps us protect ourselves, but also friends and family members that may also be suffering violence.
  7. If you witness any type of violence, report it. This is one of the most important ways to prevent violence against women. If you notice any sort of violent attitude, don’t remain silent.
  8. Educate your children about how they should treat others and be treated. It’s important that we also take steps to give our children a better future. Both girls and boys need to learn to treat others with dignity and respect – and demand the same.