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Equal rights an open unresolved issue in the world today

Maternal discriminatory insistence that even vehemently once asked, "if they can tame a wild elephant then why not you? There was no one in whom she could have faith to spell out all her agony. They spat on my books, shouted all kinds of names, bullied me and assaulted me till I fainted and I ran out of home when I was 30.

Her father to this day, she recalls, was a man of intellectual eminence, very kind yet helpless in the face of marauding below bestiality. If it was today they would have ended up being jailed," she declared.

Many Muslims here are of the view that one is not a Muslim if she does not wear the hijab and I tell them that I am a universalist which includes all religions and even going beyond the framework of formal religion into eternity. Mounting peer pressure every now and then snatched away his most hidden treasure — humanity, though there was intermittent display of elegance much to her surprise. Her last resort was a Sri Lankan politician of unimpeachable integrity that waved the magic wand.

In which ways is the question of "equal rights "an open,unresolved issue in the world today.?

Well, what does this signify? Who ever told that slavery does not exist today? Her singlehood is now viewed as a viable economic venture.

The world has for too long travelled the path of male domination, power, hegemony, male sexuality, stratification of all sorts — economic, religious, cultural, political, social. Peace is difficult to arrive at amidst conditions that wrought not egalitarianism but disarray.

  • International and intra-national elitists wield enormous power;
  • Peace is difficult to arrive at amidst conditions that wrought not egalitarianism but disarray;
  • In the bus, on the public highway, in office, in whatever place one encounters, they are humiliated;
  • Women are subjugated and an unyielding woman more likely to be harassed;
  • They spat on my books, shouted all kinds of names, bullied me and assaulted me till I fainted and I ran out of home when I was 30.

Tagore suffered internal conflict when he watched this divisive pageant take control of the world where emotion and reason remain conflicting elements, where words are withheld from the depths of truth and the clear stream of reason meanders into the dreary desert sand of dead habit.

The poem Where The Mind Is Without Fear itself is worthy of UN recognition to be read out at every ceremonial inauguration to be imbibed by member States the dangers of power, control and elitism.

Gender Equality

Power is a great repository to breed inequity and moves away from the highly principled, much sort after yet unrealized egalitarian concept. International and intra-national elitists wield enormous power. It all starts within domestic confines where domination is rampant.

Women are subjugated and an unyielding woman more likely to be harassed: In the bus, on the public highway, in office, in whatever place one encounters, they are humiliated. Asia Foundation United Nations.