Webinar on Safety of Women with Rising Cyber Crimes

By | May 16, 2020
Rekha Sharma - Mayank Shekhar Webinar on Safety of Women with Rising Cyber Crimes

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Smt. Rekha Sharma, Chairperson NCW will join as Keynote speaker for the webinar on Safety of Women with Rising Cyber Crimes. This webinar is a joint effort of Amity Law School Gurugram, Legal Bites and National Commission for Women.

About Webinar on Safety of Women with Rising Cyber Crimes

The Webinar is a humble initiative to invite thinking minds of different areas to deal with the issue of “Women Empowerment” in specific Cyber Crimes against Women and their safety with an objective to spread awareness and promote a good cause.

Crimes of any nature are reported every two minutes. Women are victimized from the womb to the tomb. They are constantly subjected to crimes like Female Foeticide, Child Marriage, Dowry Harassment, Domestic Violence, Acid Attack, Sexual Offences, Honour Killing, Prostitution, Trafficking, Cyber Crime, etc. Considering the vulnerable nature of women, these disturbing trends of crime against women have spurred worldwide action.

In furtherance of this, time and again many laws are enacted to curb crimes against women and assure them a safe environment to live their life with dignity. However, the core concern is the implementation of these laws. Though crimes against women are on the rise in all fields, being a victim of Cyber Crimes could be the most traumatic experience for a woman.

About the Panelist

Smt. Rekha Sharma assumed the charge of Chairperson, National Commission for Women on August 7, 2018.

Previously Smt. Sharma held the additional charge of the Chairperson (I/C), National Commission for Women with effect from September 29, 2017. Smt. Sharma has been a Member of the Commission since August 2015. Before joining the Commission, Smt. Sharma was actively associated with civil society organizations in different capacities.

Smt. Sharma has worked extensively on issues impacting women’s lives. She has conducted over 50 inquiries in matters relating to the deprivation of women’s rights and liberty. Smt. Sharma has been championing the cause of vulnerable sections of women, including women workers in tea gardens that have been closed, and women in shelter homes.

During her time at the Commission, Smt. Sharma has pro-actively been pursuing the concerns of the Indian women deserted by their NRI husbands living abroad including issues related to child custody. She has also extensively worked on the cases related to sexual harassment of women. She has also conducted numerous capacity building programs for police personnel in India. In addition, she has chaired a large number of Mahila Jan Sunwais/ Public Hearings, across the country, in which, over 2,000 complaints have been addressed (Source: ncw.nic.in)

Platform

Cisco Webex (Download the application for a better experience)

Date and Time: 19th May, 12:30 PM

Registrations Closed

Note: Kindly ignore the information about Starting time on the CISCO Webex page, Webinar will start as mentioned above i.e. 12:30 PM.

Certificate of Participation

E-Certificates will be provided to all the attendees who are interested. Kindly note that you must fill the form given below).

Contact Details – Webinar on Safety of Women with Rising Cyber Crimes

Mr. Pranshul Pathak, Coordinator, Amity Law School, Haryana: +91-97177 91230

Email: [email protected]

About the Organiser

Amity Law School Gurugram vision is to strive to be an internationally recognized leader in socially relevant legal research and education in India and the Commonwealth States. In pursuing its vision, the Amity Law School has as its mission, the creation and sustenance of a research-based academic environment that is grounded in values of social justice and excellence. The values of the Amity Law School are fully aligned with those of the University with a view to creating a culture that reflects these values.


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