Given that a number of indicators, ranging from early marriage to school absenteeism and non-enrolment to child labour, are strongly conditioned by the circumstances of refugee life, the assessment concludes that these are likely to increase exponentially as the situation of displacement lengthens and the refugee population continues to grow. A full video of this rich debate has been made available online and can be viewed below. View online: Bibliographic information Geographic coverage: ; ; Subject area s : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; Resource type: Publication year: 2013 Number of pages: 92 Publishing entities:. Underlying this rare situation is the traditionally patriarchal backbone, where parental authority is accepted to dictate what it sees proper as the top, and sometimes sole, authority. © 2013 Reuters New York — Certain extremist armed opposition groups are imposing strict and discriminatory rules on women and girls that have no basis in Syrian law, Human Rights Watch said today. Any concerned governments with influence over these groups should also press them to put an end to these discriminatory restrictions on women, Human Rights Watch said. One such example that can be cited here is the persistence of Saudi government on prohibiting women from the right to drive cars.
Similarly, the number of girls born and surviving in India is significantly less compared with the number of boys, due to the disproportionate numbers of female fetuses being aborted and baby girls deliberately neglected and left to die. In a lawsuit filed in Detroit, Kozlowski, 53, says his boss offered. About a third of women 33% and men 36% say both genders are about equally represented in their workplace. August 2016, released a report tackling the issue of and ill-treatment in prisons which amount to. This same gender oversight occurs in the face of genocide.
. The shock to the Arab World was immense, since the law represented to them a clear violation of Islamic rights. The emergence among anti-government rebels of hard-line Sunni Islamist militias fighting for an Islamic state has alienated the minorities. The reality is , however. It is relevant to mention in this respect that the situation of Moslem women, wherever they are, cannot therefore be understood apart from the social and cultural structure of their milieu. If the gap between males and females is significantly wide in the labor market, there appears to be a variation among the different countries.
In 2017 details emerged about , a military prison near Damascus operated by the Assad government. A more serious discriminatory practice is seen in the rigid attitude against granting citizenship rights to children of a native woman who is married to a non-native husband. In Pakistan, the second largest refugee host country, a pattern of police abuse and other forms of violent discrimination against Afghani refugees and asylum-seekers. In the family they have an important role in decision-making. Human Rights Watch interviewed 43 refugees from Syria in Iraqi Kurdistan and conducted telephone interviews with two refugees from Syria in Turkey in November and December 2013. In addition, about nine-in-ten mechanical engineers and roughly eight-in-ten computer programmers are male. The struggle still goes on in Egypt, and women's organizations are lobbying strongly in this respect.
In Bahrain, both sexes are underrepresented in agriculture, since it does not constitute a major economic activity there. It is for this reason that women's organizations have, therefore, worked hard to modify the old archaic law, which was discriminatory against women, especially as it included loopholes that worked in favor of men, as has already been mentioned. Gender, Information Technology, and Developing Countries: An Analytic Study. On the other hand, the official religion in these countries is Islam, a religion whose teachings clearly guarantees women their rights. It is interesting to note that the above rights are clearly given to the woman by Islam. International conventions are continuously calling for the eradication of violence against women. Non-Islamic societies usually criticize divorce procedures in the Arab world, since they see in them a violation of human rights, because in many cases, they are discriminatory against women, and even abusive at times.
René de Groot comparative nationality law expert. The enforcement of a compulsory and restrictive dress code on women and girls in Syria violates their rights to private life, personal autonomy, freedom of expression, and freedom of religion, thought, and conscience. A plurality of women 48% say they work in places where there are more women than men, while 18% say there are more men than women, according to a Pew Research Center survey. The National Unity alliance, supporting the President and his Baath Party, took 183 of the 250 seats at stake. Adding to the problem is the influx of Syrian refugees; among whom the rate of gender-based violence is high, and though under-reported, early marriage could be as high as 33 percent among Syrian girls. In the first place, the illiteracy rate is higher among females.
Such steps have, for the most part, been triggered by the impact of the global trend that has placed Moslem women in the midst of international currents, which emphasize the role of women in development, and call for the guarantee of their rights equal to men, with the emphasis that this role is necessarily associated with development, as part and parcel of its pursuits. This right allows the woman to repudiate the marriage by giving back to her husband the gift he gave her upon marriage. A divorcee is free to remarry, if she chooses to. Normally, 105 males are naturally born for every 100 females. Arab countries support this right in their legislation. The reason has to do with genocide law.
The actual situation of the Arab labor force, however, reflects a discrepancy between the numbers of females as compared to those of males, where the latter are higher. George Washington University, Washington D. Religious identity needs to be factored into how an individual or family receives assistance or protection — but not into the decision of whether they are entitled to it. It is important to mention in this respect that the call for gender equality is currently confronted with a reactionary tide, which is sweeping the Arab World, as part of the broader Islamic World, and has come to infiltrate the various aspects of society. What is interesting to note is that the Gulf states-- namely, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates, reflect quite a wide gap in this respect, although they include an obviously higher level of education among females, in comparison to the other countries, as seen in tables 1 and 2. It is a subsidiary of.
According to the true teachings of Islam, as clearly stipulated in the Holy Book, women's rights in marriage not only acknowledge their independent will, but more so, their identity as full-fledged partners in the relationship. In addition, the cultural setback, based on a falsely explained religious dogma, is responsible for the refusal of many women to go to work, since the propagated belief is that Islam prohibits female employment. Syria Syria Syria, officially the Syrian Arab Republic, is a country in Western Asia, bordering Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea to the west, Turkey to the north, Iraq to the east, Jordan to the south and Israel to the southwest. Resurgent violence in Iraq caused Iraqis to continue to arrive in Syria: During the first six months of 2009 the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees officially registered 19,000 new Iraqi refugees, bringing the total number of registered Iraqi refugees to 210,000. The modern Syrian state was established after the first World War as a French mandate, and represented the largest Arab state to emerge from the formerly Ottoman-ruled Arab Levant.