The Business Services Division is committed to making it easier to do business in Missouri. The Division has four primary units. The Corporations Unit handles the creation and maintenance of all business entities doing business in Missouri. The Notaries & Commissions Unit performs an array of functions including commissioning notaries public. The UCC Unit processes personal property lien filings. The Safe at Home address confidentiality program helps protect victims of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, human trafficking, stalking, or other crimes who fear for their safety by authorizing the use of a designated address on new public records.
This erroneous continuum of violence has us believing that verbal and emotional abuse is not as bad as being hit. That being slapped is not as bad as being punched. That the sexual violence we experience with a partner or friend is less traumatic than if it is from a stranger. That somehow having someone rob you of your agency, autonomy and security is worse if they also rob you of your money or have a weapon. All of these mental manipulations are in place to uphold patriarchy, white supremacy and rape culture. They exist to allow men to do what they want to us with impunity and for us to continue to live side by side with these men that cause us harm without demanding they be held accountable for their violence.
G Kishan Reddy stated that the Central government has launched Cybercrime reporting portal to enable citizens to report online content pertaining to Child Pornography/ Child Sexual Abuse Material or sexually explicit content such as Rape/Gang Rape. It has also taken steps to spread awareness on cyber crime, issue cyber related alerts/ advisories, capacity building/ training of law enforcement officers/ judges/ prosecutors, improving cyber forensics facilities etc. to prevent cyber crime and expedite investigations.
While women have the same general legal protections as men, the Geneva Conventions also recognize that women should benefit from additional protections based on gender differences. As a result, rape, enforced prostitution or any form of indecent assault are strictly prohibited. To learn more about women and armed conflict, see the ICRC study "Women Facing War".
One out of four people raped will be a young girl between the age of 11 and 15. This is increasing. More and more children as young as 12 are falling pregnant due to rape. 25% of women are in abusive relationships and five women are killed by their partner every day in Mpumalanga alone. This means that in any one year, two million people are raped in South Africa. Sadly, only one in 40 000 report their rape.
Established in 2000 in response to the high levels of rape, and the concordant high levels of HIV/AIDS infection transferred to predominantly child rape survivors, GRIP was initiated by Founder Barbara Kenyon and volunteers, and offers services to all rape and abuse survivors. GRIP seeks to empower all women, men, and children through the process of counselling, education, advocacy, and lobbying, and provides a service that responds to this scourge in a way that empowers survivors of abuse and helps survivors lead a qualitative life. GRIP also runs preventative programmes to mitigate gender based violence and HIV/Aids.
Police Intervention: To offer comprehensive trauma counselling and information, practical assistance in dealing with the police, plus a temporary place of safety to all victims of rape and domestic violence at the Victim Friendly Facilities, established and maintained by GRIP on a 12-hour, 7 days a week basis, to achieve empowered survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Support groups: GRIP runs support groups every month for young adult persons and young teenagers who survive rape. Our social workers empower these survivors to understand that rape is not sex and to be able to make informed consensual decisions in the future amongst other pertinent issues that affect this age-group.
(Eds: Adding more details) New Delhi, Dec 2 (PTI) In a significant move, the government on Monday launched a databank of independent directors which will be a "comprehensive repository" of existing as well as those eligible to be independent directors. Set up under the Companies Act, 2013, independent directors are required to register themselves with the databank within three months from December 1, as per rules notified by the corporate affairs ministry. "Companies also may register themselves with the databank to search, select and connect with individuals who possess the right skills and attitude for being considered for appointment as independent directors," the ministry said in an official release said. The ministry noted that the databank is expected to become a comprehensive repository of both existing independent directors as well as individuals eligible and willing to be appointed as independent directors. The Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), under the ministry, would be maintaining the databank portal. Independent directors are also required to pass a basic online proficiency self-assessment test which would be available from March 2020. The test has to be taken within 12 months from. "In order to provide sufficient practice to individuals, a number of online mock tests have also been made available in the system. The real test can be taken online through a simple scheduling process. The real test would be remotely proctored," the release said. Independent directors have a substantial role in ensuring good governance practices at corporates. In recent times, many individuals have come under the regulatory lens in connection with irregularities at companies where they were serving as independent directors. The databank portal has various e-learning capsules and videos for individual users. Besides, a number of value-added services are expected to be rolled out through the portal for capacity building of independent directors. The databank -- which can be accessed at 'www.mca.gov.in' and 'www.independentdirectorsdatabank.in' -- would provide an easy to access and navigate platform for the registration of existing independent directors as well as individuals aspiring to become independent directors, the release said. Under the Companies Act, 2013, there are provisions that a company can choose an independent director from a data bank of persons who are eligible and willing to act as independent directors. The IICA would "create and maintain a data bank containing names, addresses and qualifications of persons who are eligible and willing to act as independent directors, for the use of the company making the appointment of such directors," as per a notification issued earlier this year. PTI RAM MKJ
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New Delhi, Nov 28 (PTI) The Centre Wednesday informed the Supreme Court that a cyber crime portal has been launched and over 1.06 lakhs persons have visited the website till Wednesday. Indicating the actions taken by the Ministry of Home Affairs in compliance with the apex court's directions, the Centre told the court that nodal officer and one level above officers have been nominated by all the states and the Union Territories for redressing grievances raised by the citizens. "All India awareness campaign on radio for promoting use of cyber crime reporting portal and other cyber crime against women and children will start from first week of December," the government told a bench comprising Justices Madan B Lokur and U U Lalit. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the bench that they had held meetings with intermediaries on November 11 and November 26 and a standard operating procedure (SoP) for handling complaint has been finalised by taking their inputs into consideration. "Draft agreement has been sent to the National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) on November 19 this year to access cyber tipline reports regarding missing and exploited children. Their reply is awaited," he said. Mehta told the court that there were certain actions which were required to be taken by the intermediaries like setting up pro-active monitoring tools for auto deletion of unlawful content by deploying artificial intelligence based tools. He said intermediaries have to take actions regarding "deployment of trusted flaggers for identifying and deletion of unlawful content" and "setting up of 24X7 mechanism for dealing with requisitions of law enforcement agencies". Mehta said that beside this, intermediaries have to appoint India based contact officer and escalation officers and should have "prompt disposal of requisitions of law enforcement agencies to remove unlawful contents". The bench has posted the matter for further hearing on December 6. The apex court had earlier fixed November 15 as deadline for the Centre to finalise a SoP for a cyber portal to handle complaints regarding child pornography, child sexual abuse, rapes and obscene content on the Internet. The court was hearing a matter following a letter sent in 2015 to then Chief Justice of India H L Dattu by Hyderabad-based NGO Prajwala, along with two rape videos in a pen-drive. The court had on its own taken cognisance of the letter and asked the CBI to launch a probe to apprehend the culprits. The NGO's letter had also mooted the idea of maintaining a national sex offenders' register which should contain details of persons convicted for offences like eve-teasing, stalking, molestation and other sexual assaults. PTI ABA MNL RKS KJKJ 2b1af7f3a8