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Social Status of Rural and Urban Working Women in Pakistan

von Prof. Dr. Amber Ferdoos

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[Achieving decent work means creating jobs with rights and social protection through meaning]ful social dialogue between governments and actors in the business and labour communities and in civil society. The Beijing Platform for Action provides a comprehensive set of measures across all sectors to advance gender equality and the empowerment of women. Its full implementation is therefore a prerequisite for reaching the targets set out under the Millennium Development Goals. Promoting women’s access to income and decent work is a central strategy for working out of the grinding poverty faced today by millions of families in Pakistan. Advancing gender equality at work can only be achieved through non-discrimination in employment and occupation, equal remuneration for work of equal value, maternity protection and equal sharing by men and women of family responsibilities. [page 1]

Achieving decent work means the creating jobs with rights and social protection through meaningful social dialogue between governments and actors in the business and labour communities and in civil society. As women represent half the world's population, gender equality is fundamental for achieving the Decent Work Agenda. Four key areas for advancing gender equality in the world of work are nondiscrimination in employment and occupation, equal remuneration for work of equal value, maternity protection and equal sharing by men and women of family responsibilities.

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The Beijing Platform for Action provides a comprehensive set of measures across all sectors to advance gender equality and the empowerment of women. Its full implementation is therefore a prerequisite for reaching the targets set out under the Millennium Development Goals. Promoting women's access to income and decent work is a central strategy for working out of the grinding poverty faced today by millions of families around the globe.

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Continued from previous page. No source given. Nothing has been marked as a citation.

Again: "around the globe" has been substituted by "in Pakistan" to fit the theme of the thesis.

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[2.] Af/Fragment 036 12 - Diskussion
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Although the media in Pakistan is becoming supportive towards women in their struggle against discrimination and cases of violence against women are reported more frequently, the existing and at times growing shades of bias and insensitivity need to be examined. Although the media in Pakistan is becoming supportive towards women in their struggle against discrimination and cases of violence against women are reported more frequently, the existing and at times growing shades of bias and insensitivity need to be examined.
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In examining gender patterns in the Pakistani media, one needs to analyse the participation and position of women in the media, and the impact of those positions, on women’s development. In the 57-year history of Pakistan, no woman has ever been editor of an Urdu newspaper and only one woman (Dr. Maleeha Lodhi - The Muslim) has been editor of any English daily. The official wire service APP has never had a woman Director General. The Herald was the only English political monthly that had a woman editor as well as a predominantly female staff. In Urdu and regional language press (that captures more than 80% of the newspaper market), there are very few women workers. The state-controlled Pakistan Television Corporation has had one woman reaching the top position of Managing Director and another woman that of Director Programmes. But state-owned Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation has never had a woman as Director General. The many, new private television and radio channels have no doubt employed many young women as reporters and DJs, but this is where it all stops (T. Ahmar: 2004).

It is felt that reporting on violence against women that includes domestic and institutional atrocities needs much improvement. The women in the cases of rape are the worst victims. A lot of newspapers report with a bias against these women and reinforce the existing non-supportive attitude of the society towards women. No wonder then that the official reaction to rape continues to be that of accusation towards women. As for television coverage of rape and other forms of violence against women, it is noted with much resentment that many a times these victims of violent acts are put through double humiliation with extensive and most of the times unnecessary coverage.

In examining gender patterns in South Asian and particularly in the Pakistani media, we need to analyse the participation and position of women in the media, and the impact of those positions, on women’s development. [...] For example, in the 54-year history of Pakistan, no woman has ever been editor of an Urdu newspaper and only one woman (Dr. Maleeha Lodhi - The Muslim) has been editor of any English daily. The official wire service APP has never had a woman Director General. The Herald was the only English political monthly that had a woman editor as well as a predominantly female staff. This group later resigned en masse from Herald and brought out another political/social magazine The Newsline. In Urdu and regional language press (that captures more than 80% of the newspaper market), there are very few women workers. The state-controlled Pakistan Television Corporation has had one woman reaching the top position of Managing Director and another woman that of Director Programmes. But state-owned Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation has never had a woman as Director General. The many, new private television and radio channels have no doubt employed many young women as reporters and DJs, but this is where it all stops.

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Covering Crime

It is felt that reporting on violence against women that includes domestic and institutional atrocities needs much improvement. The women in the cases of rape are the worst victims. A lot of newspapers report with a bias against these women and reinforce the existing non-supportive attitude of the society towards women. No wonder then that the official reaction to rape continues to be that of accusation towards women. As for television coverage of rape and other forms of violence against women, it is noted with much resentment that many a times these victims of violent acts are put through double humiliation with extensive and most of the times unnecessary coverage.

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Almost identical, only the year of the founding of Pakistan is updated. However, the source (2004) states 54 years, the 2005 thesis states 57 years. Neither date matches, Pakistan achieved own dominion in 1947. Although the original author is named nothing has been marked as a citation.

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