The Ministry of Justice has put forward a number of serious proposals to strengthen the rights of women

The Ministry of Justice analyzed issues related to the protection of women from oppression and violence, and developed recommendations for improving legislation to prevent them.

It was noted that the law lacks the concept of “harassment”, that is, harassment of girls and women, and there are no mechanisms to protect against this.

To prevent this, it is proposed to introduce into legislation the concept of “stalking” and introduce a system for issuing protection orders to women who have been victimized.

The law also establishes a procedure to restrict any contact between the victim and the perpetrator in order to end harassment and violence against women who experience harassment and violence while working and studying.

In the United States, Australia and France, it is reported that one in five women is being harassed, and these countries have established institutions to defend against such harassment.

The analysis showed that women were more likely to violate their privacy, especially intimate life, by distributing photographs and videos in various forms. In this regard, in order to prevent various infringements on the privacy of women, it is planned to introduce special liability for violation of the privacy of women, while fully guaranteeing the inviolability of privacy.

Another problem is that women's rehabilitation and adaptation centers do not fully reach women who are victims of violence. To solve this problem, it is planned to attract private entrepreneurs into the industry, in particular, to provide entrepreneurs with benefits in various areas, such as land allocation, the use of public buildings and structures, taxes, government subsidies, subsidies, social orders.

In addition, talking to women and other sensational comments, loud descriptions of their height and comparisons can sometimes lead to depression and even health problems.

It is noted that it is proposed to prohibit the above actions and establish measures of administrative responsibility for these actions, as well as strengthen measures of responsibility for the situation of causing harm to women.

In countries such as Belgium, Portugal, Argentina, Canada, New Zealand and the United States, such actions are considered minor offenses and can lead to fines of up to 750 euros.