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DAMODARAM SANJIVAYYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY

VISAKHAPATNAM, A.P., INDIA

PROJECT TITLE

WOMEN IN POVERTY- CAPITALIST

SUBJECT

LAW AND POVERTY

NAME OF THE FACULTY

ZAIN SALEH

Name of the Candidate


Roll No.
Semester

K. REDDI DILEEP

2016048

SEMESTER-04
INTRODUCTION:

While both men and women suffer in poverty, gender discrimination means that
women have far fewer resources to cope. They are likely to be the last to eat, the ones least
likely to access healthcare, and routinely trapped in time-consuming, unpaid domestic tasks.
They have more limited options to work or build businesses. Adequate education may lie out
of reach. Some end up forced into sexual exploitation as part of a basic struggle to survive.
nd while women at large have not yet achieved an equal political voice, women in poverty
face extra marginalization. Their voices are rarely heard, for example, in decisions on
managing an economy, or sharing benefits and costs. Governments agreed to change
economic policies to provide more opportunities for women, improve laws to uphold
economic rights, and boost access to credit. They committed to collecting better information
to track how poverty affects women differently, as knowing any problem is essential for
solving it.

Governments agreed to change economic policies to provide more opportunities for


women, improve laws to uphold economic rights, and boost access to credit. They committed
to collecting better information to track how poverty affects women differently, as knowing
any problem is essential for solving it.

The Inequality Objection: