Women through the ages have played and continue to play a vital role in the process and the progress of the family and society. Without their commitment and participation, it is not possible to achieve the goals of the emerging society. But, down the ages, Women are impelled to struggle hard to even get to know their rights. Not all women are aware of their birthrights and fundamental rights. The so-called patriarchal and stereotypical attitude of global standards, even in the 21st century well, intentionally or unintentionally stops the channels through which she may get aware of said her rights and global all-rounder participation. The growth and development of medicine, Science and Technology do not guarantee the eradication or minimalising of diseases, rationality and peace. Likewise, emerging trends in women’s studies, emerging research in women’s studies existing special legislation, various commissions for women, Global Women’s care units do not guarantee the minimalisation of the problems and issues faced by women across the globe irrespective of race, colour, nationality, religion and so on. As Legal rights are increasing, the violence against women is also going on par. Having accepted the reality and inevitable hurdles placed in front of global women it is essentially required to look Beyond the Millennium goals of Women Empowerment and development in order to set right the various problems faced by women across the world. An intensive and multidimensional approach to research had been made and compiled in this book by a heterogeneous community, 4 including Professors from various colleges and universities in India, Educationalists and the researchers as such. This book genuinely meets the attention and need for women empowerment in the present Global House. This book highlights various problems, issues and crimes against women prevailing everywhere. Quantum focus on women’s rights, and the concept of development Awareness of empowerment has also been empirically made by the authors of the chapters. Reviewing the evaluation of the glass ceiling barriers faced by women, the authors have presented an in-depth analysis of the specific aspects of ceiling barriers faced by women. This book compiles sixteen chapters; in all of these sixteen, 11 chapters analyse the issues, problems and various crimes against women across the globe. Two chapters discuss the legal rights of women and the genuine need for changes on it and the last two chapters are essentially important because it highlights the role of women in the agricultural sector as an uncompromised element of the development of a nation and the role of education in the empowerment of Women highlights the power of education in empowering the women.
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