Gender is now considered not a biological but a social construct. Women have been oppressed, suppressed, marginalized or rather colonized by men since ages. Violence against women should be viewed as a human right violation and a crime, detrimental to the development of women and the society. Human rights are fundamental rights to which a person is entitled because s/he is a human being but in case of women and Dalit women in particular it is not applied as they are treated unequal. Dalit women are one of the most marginalised segments in the society. Dalit women are considered greater Dalit among Dalits. The condition of dalit women is more vulnerable than non-dalit women. They are suffering from multiple disadvantages. Imparting human values and human rights culture in every walk of life is the focal points of this book. This comprehensive book will be useful for human rights activists, political leaders at different levels, lawyers, civil servants, research scholars belonging to various disciplines such as sociology, social work, political science, law, criminology, ethics, and other related social sciences.