One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The state in which access to rights or opportunities is unaffected by gender.‘legislation that reflected the principles of gender equality’
- ‘If feminists can easily agree on the need for greater gender equality in the time spent on housekeeping and childrearing, the next step is less obvious.’
- ‘Many people are all for "gender equality" as long as it means that they don't have to challenge their assumptions and - heaven forbid - maybe even change their behaviour.’
- ‘"We cannot let the negative depiction of women and girls erode the hard gains that have been made on gender equality and women's empowerment," she told the reporter.’
- ‘Women in the developing world are speaking out more on gender equality.’
- ‘One of the female entrepreneurs he met was the Women's National Soccer team captain, who tries to promote gender equality through sports.’
- ‘They made significant contributions to spreading knowledge and understanding of new possibilities of economic life and gender equality.’
- ‘The President has spoken in favour of gender equality: "women should, more than ever before, work relentlessly towards gender equality in this country."’
- ‘Researchers say we could reach gender equality in the boardrooms of major corporations within the next seven years.’
- ‘Sweden was hailed for its economic-political model, which successfully combined rapid economic growth with full employment and gender equality in the workplace, to create one of the most egalitarian and wealthy societies in the world.’
- ‘The Commission highlights the Government's commitment to a new public sector duty to promote gender equality.’
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