Sunday, 13 April 2014

COC 3rd Challenge -Charity Presentation

My this style was inspired by the ladies who are working hard protesting against the government to bring justice into our lives again they stand in the sun whole day listening to criticism and sometimes police violence as well just to get us women the justice we need.There dressing sense is very simple yet very powerful and delivers a strong message in this case "Any kind of outfit is not a invitation for rape".

Top by Zaara Kurta
Bottom Slacks by Alesandra
Duppatta or the Scarf by Tanya
Sandals by Yasum Mokasins
Bracelets by *MM*
Jewelery Necklace and Earrings by {Exhausted}
Lipstick by Beauty
Spectacles by Snow
Hair By Truth
Hand by Slink
Nails by Alyce
The Protest Board by Xig

National Crime Records Bureau reveal that a crime against a woman is committed every three minutes, a woman is raped every 20 minutes, a dowry death occurs every 77 minutes, and one case of cruelty committed by either the husband or relative of the victim occurs every nine minutes. This all occurs despite the fact that women in India are legally protected from domestic abuse under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act.The condition is not good at all

In India which is still said to be a male dominant country A rape take place every 20 minutes in India. Statistics show that the number of rapes has risen steadily. But only 10% of all rapes get reported and just 24% of these cases see convictions. Why is this? Survivors of rape tell us that fighting a rape case can feel like being subjected to assault over again. The authorities routinely disbelieve and humiliate them; they are represented insensitively in the media; and their recovery is not prioritized. Besides, a large part of society continues to blame the survivor, not the rapist.

All this discourages many survivors of rape from reporting the incident. As a result, rapists escape the law and many repeat their crimes. The balance of power gets tipped in their favor.

A survey that was conducted in Madhya Pradesh in 2013 states 48% of the victims were wearing salwar kurta, 41% were clad in sari and 10% of toddlers wore frocks and pajamas at the time of the incident.

In India A women from the age of 3 months to 95 years old are victims of rape.Let me tell you a little story about a 20 year old girl Nirbhaya on 16th December at night she was traveling with her male friend on a bus there were other 6 people on the bus as well including the driver they all gang raped her beaten up her and his friend and threw them on the road naked after 13 days they both died in hospital but this created a storm of protest in the whole India and all the accused were death sentenced its called 2012 Delhi Gang Rape.(

Now this charity event not only help the women who are rape survivors but also others who need help.This event will have teaching values models,designers from second life can deliver a strong message.There are some safety precaution not everyone know in these types of situation so having a meeting to help people get more acknowledged

The Insititute where all the financial donation will go is Centre for Enquiry Into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT) Anusandhan Trust.(( ))

CEHAT's work on the medical examination of rape survivors.

From 2004–08,CEHAT's researched on the health system's response to survivors at tertiary and peripheral hospitals, as well as primary healthcare centres. CEHAT found that in several states across the country, there is no uniformity in conducting the medical examination. Besides, several biases and archaic practices have crept into the examination. So, there needs to be both uniformity and gender sensitivity in the examination of survivors.

CEHAT, in consultation with several experts such as lawyers, forensic doctors, gynaecologists and women’s rights advocates, has developed a gender-sensitive proforma for medical examination along with a manual which would assist a doctor in conducting examination and collecting evidence. Once these were developed, CEHAT began to collaborate with the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai to implement a gender-sensitive and comprehensive healthcare response in three municipal hospitals of the city. The implementation of the comprehensive healthcare response to sexual assault comprised of:

    Training health professionals in therapeutic care and psychological first aid for survivors of rape and sexual assault.
    Establishing a chain of custody for the management of collected evidence and its dispatch to the forensic science laboratory.
    Setting up monitoring mechanisms for the smooth functioning of the healthcare response to survivors.

At least 250 survivors of rape and sexual assault have been received at these hospitals over the years.

CEHAT’s Manual for the Medical Examination of Sexual Assault be used in all hospitals,every hospital can use the manual as it gives step-by-step directions to a doctor about how he/she must deal with a survivor of rape or sexual assault. It also includes list of materials that are required for collecting evidence.
There are two main areas where we would like to see change:
i) The doctor's medico-legal role, which should be carried out in a scientific and gender-sensitive manner.
ii) The doctor's therapeutic role, which should be carried out in a comprehensive manner.
“There are far too many silent sufferers.  Not because they don't yearn to reach out, but because they've tried and found no one who cares.”