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Sub: Two day seminar on ‘Role of State and Religion on Women Empowerment’ at Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mithibai College Bldg, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai-56 on 16th-17th March 2012
* having access to information and resources for taking proper decision,
* having a range of options from which one could make choices,
* ability to exercise assertiveness in collective decision making,
* having positive thinking on the ability to make change,
* ability to learn skills for improving one's personal or group power,
* ability to change others’ perceptions by democratic means,
* involving in the growth process and changes, and
Women empowerment is understood as a very narrow term in today’s world. Women’s empowerment should focus on the holistic manifestation of womanhood and the feminine with a goal to bring a perfect balance between the masculine and the feminine forces of the nature irrespective of gender. Thus women’s empowerment should transcend the gender and reach the whole of humanity to establish a matriarchal society based on creative and generative action. Such a social order should be based on the principles of love, compassion, nurturing and with a purpose of unifying the forces of nature.