Such crimes need to be recognized as political or civil emergency since they are against human rights. However, despite the increased cases of these abuses, women rights are still not termed as human rights. This is both practically and theoretically problem because it negatively affects the way other people view the rights and issues in the society. Since the year 1948, the international community has been debating on distinct interpretations concerning human rights due to global development. The aim of this paper is outline the reasons why human rights and human rights are viewed as different and recommends various approaches to change this situation.
One of themes discussed in this chapter that of feminism. The content of this chapter states that, women should have the same powers, rights, and opportunities as men. There are various ways in which women rights are violated across the world. Although sometimes women suffer similar political repressions just like men, there is need to equalize both men and women rights (Bunch, 1990). This is because in such fields, the female victims are always invisible since the male dominates the political image in most countries.
Another theme portrayed in this chapter is the theme of gender. The human rights’ concept is among the moral visions ascribed in many countries. Although the scope of human rights is not universally accepted, it remains as the focus of many people (Bunch, 1990). The equalization of women and male rights is among the accepted goals in many countries because it provides an essential framework for addressing the issue of female abuse.
In the year 1995, Hillary Clinton who was then the U.S First Lady argued in press that “woman rights are human rights” during a UN Conference, which was held in Beijing. It is almost now twenty years and the issue of women rights abuse is still dominating in most countries. On May this year, the UN