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Equality, justice, and reverse discrimination in India

C. L. Anand

Equality, justice, and reverse discrimination in India

by C. L. Anand

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Published by Mittal Publications in Delhi, India .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Reverse discrimination -- Law and legislation -- India

    • Edition Notes

      StatementC.L. Anand.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 456 p. ;
      Number of Pages456
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2509122M
      LC Control Number87901091

      Gender Discrimination in India , M.A., , Ph.D., Post Doctoral Fellow Dept of Economics Acharya Nagarjuna University Nagarjuna Nagar. I. Introduction: After independence in India one of the issues which has attractive the attention of the policy makers was gender issues and concerns. Gender issues have become central policy arena. Affirmative action has been an important part of Toms academic concerns: his book, Affirmative Action in India and the United States, is now a standard reference for anyone interested in exploring this question further. Over the years, I have had extensive discussions with him on this subject, and benefitted a great deal from his keen File Size: KB.

        In case of education, the number of dropping out girls from the school far exceeds the boys just because of the fact that the girls are expected to work domestic duties like washing and cooking or taking care of younger ones which creates the difference between the female equality and the male equality in rural parts of India. In India, the new law represents a trend in South Asia to equate justice with the death penalty and stringent imprisonment terms. Yet empowerment for women cannot lie in merely attaching a death sentence on to the crime of rape, or increasing the mandatory minimum sentences for rape.

      of caste discrimination, however, there was an apparent con sensus that the con ference would b e inclusive in its identification of the victims of racism and related Size: KB. A useful revision guide providing a detailed look at Judaism, such as justice, equality, prejudice and discrimination, for GCSE religious studies.


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Anand ISBN: Publisher of Books on North-East India. Present wide-spread preferential treatment programmes being followed by the State for the uplift of weaker sections of society have generated a great deal of controversy among legal scholars, judges, philosophers, sociologists and the Equality of.

Social Justice; Social justice in Indian Context. Ramesh Raja - Aug 0. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. WhatsApp. Sensible delibration is required to ensure equality and justice for all.

S ocial Justice is ideally justice in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society. Here, the. Affirmati ve Action 6 of non-discrimination and equal 0ppOltunity, moving towards a more pro-active stance of "anti-discrimination" (p.

Citing economist Barbara Bergmann in his book, We Want Jobs: A History ofAffinnative Action, Robert Weiss () asselts that affirmative action has three main objecti ves: "1) to overcome discrimination; 2) to increase diversity. Those who opposes the reservations says that it is against their right to equality, and even though there was injustice against the lower caste people in the past, but that does not mean that reverse discrimination is the way to heal it.

The main objective of this research is to discover if the present system of reservations in India is by: 1. non-discrimination principle and explains how this has created an equality problem: the equality principle remains premised upon individual Equality Ph.D. candidate and reverse discrimination in India book the European University Institute, Florence, [email protected] 1 See also: Floris de Witte, Justice in the EU: The Emergence of Transnational Solidarity.

Anti-Discrimination and Equality Bill, Anti Discrimination and Equality bill is made to ensure equality to every citizen of the country by providing protection against all forms of social discrimination.

This Act may be called the Anti-Discrimination and Equality Act, Making a complaint under this act. India are similar to the different names used in the U.S.

for affirmative action such as "reverse discrimination." Other names that describe India's affirmative action programs include "special treatment," "protective discrimination," "special provi-sion," etc.

at File Size: 1MB. Abstract. The defects in a compensatory justification for reverse discrimination are, as Tur argues, clear and crucial. That kind of justification yields the unacceptable consequences that innocent parties bear the cost of compensation while uninjured parties are compensated.

1 It also raises the question whether a whole racial subclass of a society can be blamed for the wrongs done Author: Elizabeth H. Wolgast. Gender inequality in India is a multifaceted issue that concerns men and women. Some argue that various gender equality indices place men at a disadvantage.

However, when India's population is examined as a whole, women are at a disadvantage in several important ways. ADVERTISEMENTS: Issues of Equality and Social Justice in India. The issue of social inequality is a crucial problem of Indian society.

The study of social stratification of a society based either on caste or on class, is concerned largely with the understanding of inequality. Louis Dumont, a French sociologist, has explained ‘inequality’ in caste system [ ]. Equality before the law, also known as equality under the law, equality in the eyes of the law, legal equality, or legal egalitarianism, is the principle that each independent being must be treated equally by the law (principle of isonomy) and that all are subject to the same laws of justice (due process).

Therefore, the law must guarantee that no individual nor group of individuals be. Introduction 1. The Context of Social Justice in Modern India 2.

The Limits of Liberal Constitutionalism 3. Equality and Non-discrimination 4. Expanding Domains: Democracy and Social Justice 5. Higher Education at Crossroads 6.

Reservations in Private Sector 7. Gender Justice and Quotas 8. De-clustering Disadvantage: The Case of Religious.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Attaining gender justice is not an easy task in India. From time immemorial, a girl child has been considered as an unwanted entity and a burden whom the parents would not mind doing away with. Discrimination against women begins even before her birth.

The gruesome evils of female feticide and infanticide prove how brutal [ ]. India’s current spate of crimes against women along with the age-old grip of patriarchal laws and customs dictate an urgent need for gender-sensitive education and upbringing. Chapter 13 • The Right to Equality and Non-Discrimination in the Administration of Justice As shown by the World Conference against Racism in Durban, South Africa, inthe challenge facing Governments, non-governmental organizations and civilFile Size: KB.

THE PROMISE OF EQUALITY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL. Southern whites were free to turn back the clock on equality and reverse those gains that had been made by African-Americans in the years immediately after the Civil War.

Black voters were disenfranchised and the legal, economic and social system refined to keep blacks in virtual, if not actual. Affirmative Action in the United States and Positive Action in the European Union in the Context of Comparative Law: /ch The concept of “formal” equality is an expression of the Aristotelian principle that “de?.

t??. Author: Anna-Maria Konsta. Equality: Social, political and economic; relationship between equality and freedom; Affirmative action Equality: The belief of equality is a major assumption of a self-governing society.

Equality does not entail complete equality. Equality originates from aequalis, aequus and aequalitas. These are all old French or Latin words. Discrimination against women in India was prevalent in every sphere of life and most women experience some form of disadvantage, just like in the USA, even today.

Law is an important institution in most contemporary societies as it regulates, controls and, in a way, pervades almost every aspect of people’s lives.Yes. It is possible. It is not as wide as general discrimination against scheduled caste people though I will tell you on one example.

Discrimination against tamil brahmins in tamilnadu. * There was quite a domination of brahmins in s and The Constitution of India has several provisions which grant certain fundamental rights to its citizen, which includes right to equality.

Article 14 guarantees Equality before Law. Article 15 prohibits state from discrimination on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex and place of : Amartya Bag.