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The books in this article focus on the universal and local struggles for women's rights and outline the above mentioned inequalities around the world. They engage with women's is sues from different perspectives, such as the perspective of constitutional law, feminist campaigns and activism, or civil society initiatives.
They tease out the importance of an on-going fight for women's rights to make a real change in the lives of women and girls and to create a more just society. Islamophobia, Victimisation and the Veil by Irene Zempi and Neil Chakraborti is an academic book based on a research project conducted in the United Kingdom to explore the everyday discrimination, harassment, and assaults veiled women face due to Islamophobism.
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The book starts with the striking quotes of women regarding the everyday Islamophobism they are exposed to for wearing a veil and then it conceptualizes Islamophobia as a form of hate crime. The first chapter of the book displays the colonial perception of Islam and it critically engages with how the veil is depicted as the symbol of 'Muslim otherness' in western societies.
The authors argue that it is orientalism and colonisation through economic and political hegemony that created a representational apparatus in which veiled women are characterized as docile and suppressed, regarded as a counter image of western women, and seen as victims of gender inequality.
It is advanced as a symbol, which represents a threat to western societies with regard to gender equality, public safety, and national cohesion as well as impeding identification. After elaborating on the popular perception of Women's voices across the world for justice. Author: Firdevs Melis Cin.
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