Introduction :

The movement for women’s rights arose in the early 19th century as an off-shoot of abolitionism, the anti-slavery movement that declared each human being to be a self-owner. As with other abolitionists, the early feminists were individualists who drew inspiration from the Declaration of Independence and its principles of individual rights and responsibility.

With this vision of individualist feminism, Liberty, Equality and fraternity for Women boldly explores a wide range of issues that confront the modern woman, including self-defense, economic well-being and employment, the family, technology, and much more. It champions competitive markets as the vehicle for women’s economic rights and prosperity. Acknowledging the dangers of technology, the book celebrates its possibilities and defends reproductive rights. And yet, it also defends the validity of choosing traditional values (e.g., to be a “stay-at-home mom”) for those who find satisfaction in doing so.

Mission :

We are pushing for equal representation in politics, business, industry and throughout working lifeWe are pressing for equal pay and an equal opportunity to thrive. We are campaigning for equal parenting and caregiving and shared responsibilities at home to give everyone equal opportunities both in family life and in the workplace. We urge an education system that creates opportunities for all children and an understanding of why this matters. We strive for equal treatment of women by and in the media. We seek an end to violence against women.

Seminar Opening:

National Seminar on the real Justice of Women : Liberty, Equality and Fraternity was organized by Village Care Society and Renaissance College of Computer Science & Advance Technology at College Campus : Sakya Nagari, Near Nara Bus Stop, Nagpur. The seminar was a celebration of the progress nation has made in women’s empowerment on the occasion of 188th Birth Anniversary of Krantijyoti Savitribai Fule, who played an important role in improving woman’s rights in India. But, still we have a long journey to cover to bring women and men at equal place and pace. Hence, with the support of Maharashtra State Commission for Women the national seminar on the real Justice of Women : Liberty, Equality and Fraternity was organized to bring the academicians and thinkers to share their valuable perspective which will help us all develop our work and strategy to make gender equality a possible dream. The seminar opening gave a clear understanding of the importance of the real Justice of Women: Liberty, Equality and Fraternity, particularly women’s economic and political empowerment. Targeting gender equality and women’s economic empowerment is not only important from the perspective of realizing women’s rights but is also smart economics. Women are key agents of change and when women and men are equal, economies grow faster; less people remain in poverty, and the overall well-being of people increases. Harnessing women’s potential as economic actors, leaders and consumers results in higher levels of industrialization and more sustained growth rates.  The chief guest of seminar was Mr. Rajratna Bansod, Assistant Commissioner of Police, the guest of honour was Mrs. Neeta Thakare, Member of Maharashtra State Commission for Woman and keynote speaker was Dhammacharini Vidyadharini, Triratna Boudha Mahasangh

Prof. Diksha Gabhane gave a start to the seminar by addressing the participants with a warm welcome. She gave a brief introduction about the National Seminar on the real Justice of Women: Liberty, Equality and Fraternity. She invited the honourable Guests on stage to light the lamp in respect of social reformers. They were felicitated by giving flower bouquet and memento of the Seminar. Later, the guests were invited to share their views on the real Justice of Women: Liberty, Equality and Fraternity.

Recorded sharing from Guests :

  1. Neeta Thakare delivered the first speech. The presence of ma’am was really remarkable. In her speech she tells about gender equality and girl’s reservation in all areas. She told the story and give the example of Vivekanand. Viveknand was very sure that the youth of nation will surely fight for freedom of India. She also motivate all the boys that they should not do bad things and do not allow anybody else to do the same.

  2. The Chief Guest of Seminar Mr. Rajratna Bansod was invited next to share his views. He preceded his speech by thanking Village Care Society and Renaissance College of Computer Science & Advance Technology, Rajratna Bansod for being an important for part of this national seminar.  He told the importance and contribution of Krantijyoti Savitribai Fule in education system. She was an Indian social reformer, education list and poet from Maharashtra. She is regarded as the first female teacher of India. Along with her husband, Mahatma Jyotiba Fule, she played an important role in improving woman’s right in India. Savitribai Fule along with her husband founded the first girls school in Pune at Bhide wada in 1848. Mr. Mr. Rajratna Bansod also focuses on the issue related to youth suicide and encourages the student for girl’s safety.

  3. The key note speaker was Dhamacharini Vidyadharini. She told about how historic India was. In ancient India, all people give equal respect to male as well as female. She also gave information about many shlokas in Hinduism. She told about Hindu Code Bill and how it is useful to all. She also explain all the student the exact meaning of liberty, equality and fraternity. She told about Kantijyoti Savitribai Fule, how she worked to abolished the discrimination and unfair treatment of people based on caste and gender. Savitribai Fule is regarded as an important figure of the social reform movement in Maharashtra.

  4. Shahikant Jambhulkar, President of Village Care Society devote a remarkable speech, which tell us the importance of Krantijyoti Savtribai Fule in education system. Vote of thanks has been given by Dr. Ashok Patil, the principal of renaissance college of computer science and advance technology.