2023, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part C
The challenges of women leadership and political status in India
Author(s): Dr. Neelam Kumari
Abstract: Political participation defined as voluntary participation in political affairs through membership, voting and partaking in the activities of the political parties, legislative bodies and politically motivated movements. Gender equality and equal chances are necessary components of a just society, progress, and national and international security. A structural interventional strategy in social work seeks to promote gender empowerment via women's effective engagement in politics. The challenges that females encounter in Indian politics were discussed in this paper. The prime aim of this paper is to study the challenges faced by women leadership in politics. To achieve the aim of this paper, secondary sources of information was used. For this purpose various articles, case studies on women leadership in politics are selected and studied. This paper discusses how to address these issues, like, the development of electoral reforms that promote equitable participation of females, the improvement of competency for women candidates in politics, elevated government assistance for women's representation in politics, and the use of social media and education to change society's attitudes. Indian women have a bright future in politics. The survival of Indian democracy requires a gender-balanced political leadership.
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Dr. Neelam Kumari. The challenges of women leadership and political status in India. Asian J Manage Commerce 2023;4(1):197-199.