It downed on me that people who commit this violent act and abuse are from families. Does it mean that such people were or are abused in their families? Or is it that they are not taught how to respect each other and value others dignity? I keep wondering. And looking at my own country, community and local environment I came to a conclusion that about 90-97percent do not teach their children to respect the opposite sex or gender equality and so the child grows without out ant guide to that and so he/she treats the other with no regard.
Talk about the schools, what kind of education or enlightenment do our schools give to students and pupils about respect for each other and gender equality? Am certain that if the family, school and church is able to give this education early and consistently am sure we will achieve a great level of eradicating violence in the society.
It is because of this taught that I have decided to #StandwithHer in my family, church and two schools to teach the people and children to say no to violence,during the 16days of the campaign against violence and human rights day.