Attacks on Women on the Rise
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Self defence is an important priority for women as they are vulnerable to assaults and attacks. Statistics say that all women are good candidates to become victims of violent crime at any point in their lives. When a woman's safety is in danger, defending herself by fighting back is the best decision she can make.
Prevention relates to women making sure that they limit the situations they find themselves in that can then lead to serious crimes happening against them. Prevention is commonly the best measure. The best way for women to fight back against crime is to prevent it from happening by avoiding being alone or being in badly lit areas. Avoiding any violent attack is better that attempting to survive one. However, getting into such situations is sometimes inevitable.
There are several crimes that women are mostly at risk of such as sexual harassment, carjacking, purse snatching, stalking, threats, domestic violence.
Attackers assume women will be more passive and not fight back. Being vigilant and fighting back could prevent needless victimization. It is a moral right because protecting oneself is paramount.
The first right of every human being is the right for self defence and it is the best chance for survival. Women need to realize that they don’t have to give up and surrender to it or endure it. Up until the last second before the crime actually occurs, women usually still have the power to make deisions that can profoundly affect the outcome. Ayoti’s self defence training programme 'Paritrana' will help women adopt personal safety habits. The focus of this training programme is on self defence techniques and effective strategies for women to free themselves from difficult and precarious situations.
Prevention is not always possible. When faced with a difficult situation, defending oneself is the best and final recourse.
Training conducted by Sensei Suma S., National Karate Gold Medallist
Training will be conducted for groups of 50 people at convenient locations