नारी ब्लॉग को रचना ने ५ अप्रैल २००८ को बनाया था

हिन्दी ब्लोगिंग का पहला कम्युनिटी ब्लॉग जिस पर केवल महिला ब्लॉगर ब्लॉग पोस्ट करती हैं ।

यहाँ महिला की उपलब्धि भी हैं , महिला की कमजोरी भी और समाज के रुढ़िवादि संस्कारों का नारी पर असर कितना और क्यों ? हम वहीलिख रहे हैं जो हम को मिला हैं या बहुत ने भोगा हैं । कई बार प्रश्न किया जा रहा हैं कि अगर आप को अलग लाइन नहीं चाहिये तो अलग ब्लॉग क्यूँ ??इसका उत्तर हैं कि " नारी " ब्लॉग एक कम्युनिटी ब्लॉग हैं जिस की सदस्या नारी हैं जो ब्लॉग लिखती हैं । ये केवल एक सम्मिलित प्रयास हैं अपनी बात को समाज तक पहुचाने का

15th august 2011
नारी ब्लॉग हिंदी ब्लॉग जगत का पहला ब्लॉग था जहां महिला ब्लोगर ही लिखती थी
२००८-२०११ के दौरान ये ब्लॉग एक साझा मंच था महिला ब्लोगर का जो नारी सशक्तिकरण की पक्षधर थी और जो ये मानती थी की नारी अपने आप में पूर्ण हैं . इस मंच पर बहुत से महिला को मैने यानी रचना ने जोड़ा और बहुत सी इसको पढ़ कर खुद जुड़ी . इस पर जितना लिखा गया वो सब आज भी उतना ही सही हैं जितना जब लिखा गया .
१५ अगस्त २०११ से ये ब्लॉग साझा मंच नहीं रहा . पुरानी पोस्ट और कमेन्ट नहीं मिटाये गए हैं और ब्लॉग आर्कईव में पढ़े जा सकते हैं .
नारी उपलब्धियों की कहानिया बदस्तूर जारी हैं और नारी सशक्तिकरण की रहा पर असंख्य महिला "घुटन से अपनी आज़ादी खुद अर्जित कर रही हैं " इस ब्लॉग पर आयी कुछ पोस्ट / उनके अंश कई जगह कॉपी कर के अदल बदल कर लिख दिये गये हैं . बिना लिंक या आभार दिये क़ोई बात नहीं यही हमारी सोच का सही होना सिद्ध करता हैं

15th august 2012

१५ अगस्त २०१२ से ये ब्लॉग साझा मंच फिर हो गया हैं क़ोई भी महिला इस से जुड़ कर अपने विचार बाँट सकती हैं

"नारी" ब्लॉग

"नारी" ब्लॉग को ब्लॉग जगत की नारियों ने इसलिये शुरू किया ताकि वह नारियाँ जो सक्षम हैं नेट पर लिखने मे वह अपने शब्दों के रास्ते उन बातो पर भी लिखे जो समय समय पर उन्हे तकलीफ देती रहीं हैं । यहाँ कोई रेवोलुशन या आन्दोलन नहीं हो रहा हैं ... यहाँ बात हो रही हैं उन नारियों की जिन्होंने अपने सपनो को पूरा किया हैं किसी ना किसी तरह । कभी लड़ कर , कभी लिख कर , कभी शादी कर के , कभी तलाक ले कर । किसी का भी रास्ता आसन नहीं रहा हैं । उस रास्ते पर मिले अनुभवो को बांटने की कोशिश हैं "नारी " और उस रास्ते पर हुई समस्याओ के नए समाधान खोजने की कोशिश हैं " नारी " । अपनी स्वतंत्रता को जीने की कोशिश , अपनी सम्पूर्णता मे डूबने की कोशिश और अपनी सार्थकता को समझने की कोशिश ।

" नारी जिसने घुटन से अपनी आज़ादी ख़ुद अर्जित की "

हाँ आज ये संख्या बहुत नहीं हैं पर कम भी नहीं हैं । कुछ को मै जानती हूँ कुछ को आप । और आप ख़ुद भी किसी कि प्रेरणा हो सकती । कुछ ऐसा तों जरुर किया हैं आपने भी उसे बाटें । हर वह काम जो आप ने सम्पूर्णता से किया हो और करके अपनी जिन्दगी को जिया हो । जरुरी है जीना जिन्दगी को , काटना नही । और सम्पूर्णता से जीना , वो सम्पूर्णता जो केवल आप अपने आप को दे सकती हैं । जरुरी नहीं हैं की आप कमाती हो , जरुरी नहीं है की आप नियमित लिखती हो । केवल इतना जरुरी हैं की आप जो भी करती हो पूरी सच्चाई से करती हो , खुश हो कर करती हो । हर वो काम जो आप करती हैं आप का काम हैं बस जरुरी इतना हैं की समय पर आप अपने लिये भी समय निकालती हो और जिन्दगी को जीती हो ।
नारी ब्लॉग को रचना ने ५ अप्रैल २००८ को बनाया था

December 30, 2009

नारी के विरुद्ध हर हिंसा जो किसी भी प्रकार से नारी को शारीरिक , मानसिक कष्ट दे वो हिंसा "यौन उत्पीरण " के तहत आती हैं ।


संयुक्त राष्ट्र संघ क्या कहता हैं नारी के प्रति हिंसा के बारे मे पढिये और आप को स्वयं समझ आयेगा कि नारी के ऊपर हो रही हिंसा के कितने प्रकार माने गए हैं और इस से आप को ये भी पता चलेगा कि किस प्रकार से आप इस हिंसा का विरोध कर सकती/सकते हैं ।
हिंसा का मुखर विरोध जरुरी हैं । बात केवल आवाज उठाने कि हैं और लडने कि ताकत पैदा करने कि हैं ।
बहुत सी बाते " एक नोर्मल बेहेवियर पेटर्न " मान ली जाती हैं और अगर इसी लिये लोगो को इस मे कोई "यौन शोषण " दिखाई ही नहीं देता । पर नारी के विरुद्ध हर हिंसा जो किसी भी प्रकार से नारी को शारीरिक , मानसिक कष्ट दे वो हिंसा "यौन उत्पीरण " के तहत आती हैं
ज्यादा लिखने का कोई फायदा नहीं हैं क्युकी नीचे दी गयी रिपोर्ट सब कुछ साफ़ साफ़ कह रही हैं



United NationsA/RES/48/104


General Assembly
Distr. GENERAL
20 December 1993
ORIGINAL:
ENGLISH


A/RES/48/104
85th plenary meeting
20 December 1993


48/104. Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women

The General Assembly,

Recognizing the urgent need for the universal application to women of
the rights and principles with regard to equality, security, liberty,
integrity and dignity of all human beings,

Noting that those rights and principles are enshrined in international
instruments, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the International
Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the Convention on the
Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and the Convention
against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment,

Recognizing that effective implementation of the Convention on the
Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women would contribute to
the elimination of violence against women and that the Declaration on the
Elimination of Violence against Women, set forth in the present resolution,
will strengthen and complement that process,

Concerned that violence against women is an obstacle to the achievement
of equality, development and peace, as recognized in the Nairobi
Forward-looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women, in which a set of
measures to combat violence against women was recommended, and to the full
implementation of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of
Discrimination against Women,

Affirming that violence against women constitutes a violation of the
rights and fundamental freedoms of women and impairs or nullifies their
enjoyment of those rights and freedoms, and concerned about the long-standing
failure to protect and promote those rights and freedoms in the case of
violence against women,

Recognizing that violence against women is a manifestation of
historically unequal power relations between men and women, which have led to
domination over and discrimination against women by men and to the prevention
of the full advancement of women, and that violence against women is one of
the crucial social mechanisms by which women are forced into a subordinate
position compared with men,

Concerned that some groups of women, such as women belonging to minority
groups, indigenous women, refugee women, migrant women, women living in rural
or remote communities, destitute women, women in institutions or in detention,
female children, women with disabilities, elderly women and women in
situations of armed conflict, are especially vulnerable to violence,

Recalling the conclusion in paragraph 23 of the annex to Economic and
Social Council resolution 1990/15 of 24 May 1990 that the recognition that
violence against women in the family and society was pervasive and cut across
lines of income, class and culture had to be matched by urgent and effective
steps to eliminate its incidence,

Recalling also Economic and Social Council resolution 1991/18 of 30 May
1991, in which the Council recommended the development of a framework for an
international instrument that would address explicitly the issue of violence
against women,

Welcoming the role that women's movements are playing in drawing
increasing attention to the nature, severity and magnitude of the problem of
violence against women,

Alarmed that opportunities for women to achieve legal, social, political
and economic equality in society are limited, inter alia, by continuing and
endemic violence,

Convinced that in the light of the above there is a need for a clear and
comprehensive definition of violence against women, a clear statement of the
rights to be applied to ensure the elimination of violence against women in
all its forms, a commitment by States in respect of their responsibilities,
and a commitment by the international community at large to the elimination of
violence against women,

Solemnly proclaims the following Declaration on the Elimination of
Violence against Women and urges that every effort be made so that it becomes
generally known and respected:

Article 1

For the purposes of this Declaration, the term "violence against
women" means any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is
likely to result in, physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering
to women, including threats of such acts, coercion or arbitrary
deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or in private life.

Article 2

Violence against women shall be understood to encompass, but not
be limited to, the following:

(a) Physical, sexual and psychological violence occurring in the
family, including battering, sexual abuse of female children in the
household, dowry-related violence, marital rape, female genital
mutilation and other traditional practices harmful to women, non-spousal
violence and violence related to exploitation;

(b) Physical, sexual and psychological violence occurring within
the general community, including rape, sexual abuse, sexual harassment
and intimidation at work, in educational institutions and elsewhere,
trafficking in women and forced prostitution;

(c) Physical, sexual and psychological violence perpetrated or
condoned by the State, wherever it occurs.

Article 3

Women are entitled to the equal enjoyment and protection of all
human rights and fundamental freedoms in the political, economic,
social, cultural, civil or any other field. These rights include, inter
alia:

(a) The right to life;

(b) The right to equality;

(c) The right to liberty and security of person;

(d) The right to equal protection under the law;

(e) The right to be free from all forms of discrimination;

(f) The right to the highest standard attainable of physical and
mental health;

(g) The right to just and favourable conditions of work;

(h) The right not to be subjected to torture, or other cruel,
inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

Article 4

States should condemn violence against women and should not invoke
any custom, tradition or religious consideration to avoid their
obligations with respect to its elimination. States should pursue by
all appropriate means and without delay a policy of eliminating violence
against women and, to this end, should:

(a) Consider, where they have not yet done so, ratifying or
acceding to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of
Discrimination against Women or withdrawing reservations to that
Convention;

(b) Refrain from engaging in violence against women;

(c) Exercise due diligence to prevent, investigate and, in
accordance with national legislation, punish acts of violence against
women, whether those acts are perpetrated by the State or by private
persons;

(d) Develop penal, civil, labour and administrative sanctions in
domestic legislation to punish and redress the wrongs caused to women
who are subjected to violence; women who are subjected to violence
should be provided with access to the mechanisms of justice and, as
provided for by national legislation, to just and effective remedies for
the harm that they have suffered; States should also inform women of
their rights in seeking redress through such mechanisms;

(e) Consider the possibility of developing national plans of
action to promote the protection of women against any form of violence,
or to include provisions for that purpose in plans already existing,
taking into account, as appropriate, such cooperation as can be provided
by non-governmental organizations, particularly those concerned with the
issue of violence against women;

(f) Develop, in a comprehensive way, preventive approaches and
all those measures of a legal, political, administrative and cultural
nature that promote the protection of women against any form of
violence, and ensure that the re-victimization of women does not occur
because of laws insensitive to gender considerations, enforcement
practices or other interventions;

(g) Work to ensure, to the maximum extent feasible in the light
of their available resources and, where needed, within the framework of
international cooperation, that women subjected to violence and, where
appropriate, their children have specialized assistance, such as
rehabilitation, assistance in child care and maintenance, treatment,
counselling, and health and social services, facilities and programmes,
as well as support structures, and should take all other appropriate
measures to promote their safety and physical and psychological
rehabilitation;

(h) Include in government budgets adequate resources for their
activities related to the elimination of violence against women;

(i) Take measures to ensure that law enforcement officers and
public officials responsible for implementing policies to prevent,
investigate and punish violence against women receive training to
sensitize them to the needs of women;

(j) Adopt all appropriate measures, especially in the field of
education, to modify the social and cultural patterns of conduct of men
and women and to eliminate prejudices, customary practices and all other
practices based on the idea of the inferiority or superiority of either
of the sexes and on stereotyped roles for men and women;

(k) Promote research, collect data and compile statistics,
especially concerning domestic violence, relating to the prevalence of
different forms of violence against women and encourage research on the
causes, nature, seriousness and consequences of violence against women
and on the effectiveness of measures implemented to prevent and redress
violence against women; those statistics and findings of the research
will be made public;

(l) Adopt measures directed towards the elimination of violence
against women who are especially vulnerable to violence;

(m) Include, in submitting reports as required under relevant
human rights instruments of the United Nations, information pertaining
to violence against women and measures taken to implement the present
Declaration;

(n) Encourage the development of appropriate guidelines to
assist in the implementation of the principles set forth in the present
Declaration;

(o) Recognize the important role of the women's movement and
non-governmental organizations world wide in raising awareness and
alleviating the problem of violence against women;

(p) Facilitate and enhance the work of the women's movement and
non-governmental organizations and cooperate with them at local,
national and regional levels;

(q) Encourage intergovernmental regional organizations of which
they are members to include the elimination of violence against women in
their programmes, as appropriate.

Article 5

The organs and specialized agencies of the United Nations system
should, within their respective fields of competence, contribute to the
recognition and realization of the rights and the principles set forth
in the present Declaration and, to this end, should, inter alia:

(a) Foster international and regional cooperation with a view to
defining regional strategies for combating violence, exchanging
experiences and financing programmes relating to the elimination of
violence against women;

(b) Promote meetings and seminars with the aim of creating and
raising awareness among all persons of the issue of the elimination of
violence against women;

(c) Foster coordination and exchange within the United Nations
system between human rights treaty bodies to address the issue of
violence against women effectively;

(d) Include in analyses prepared by organizations and bodies of
the United Nations system of social trends and problems, such as the
periodic reports on the world social situation, examination of trends in
violence against women;

(e) Encourage coordination between organizations and bodies of
the United Nations system to incorporate the issue of violence against
women into ongoing programmes, especially with reference to groups of
women particularly vulnerable to violence;

(f) Promote the formulation of guidelines or manuals relating to
violence against women, taking into account the measures referred to in
the present Declaration;

(g) Consider the issue of the elimination of violence against
women, as appropriate, in fulfilling their mandates with respect to the
implementation of human rights instruments;

(h) Cooperate with non-governmental organizations in addressing
the issue of violence against women.

Article 6

Nothing in the present Declaration shall affect any provision that
is more conducive to the elimination of violence against women that may
be contained in the legislation of a State or in any international
convention, treaty or other instrument in force in a State.

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