Three parallel sessions will be conducted in the last day of the conference “Invisible Faces of Violence Against Women in Politics: Breaking the Silence”. All the session of the final day is for building the future strategies to create new path that women leaders of future can walk along. One of the parallel sessions of the day will focus on discovering national political and legal system. It will try to point out to the areas that need improvement in terms of political and legal system.
Simultaneously, another parallel session will discuss about creating safe and secure political space for women. For two days the conference has discussed the nature of violence that women go through to enter and be in politics. The final day of the conference will map out future strategies for creating safe space for women in South Asian political arena. Another parallel session will discuss the social acceptance of women as a citizen, as a voter, as an electoral candidate and as a leader. Violence originates from the political, state, local, Political participation is one of the major ways to ensure women’s empowerment, to increase decision-making power and greater ability and to influence matters that affect their lives in the Women as elected/selected taking part in decision-making, planning and implementation Violence against women in politics encompasses many levels from cultural, social, to economical Infant mortality is 54 per 1000 live births, against 23 and 19 in the case of China and Sri Lanka.