Equality, Diversity and Rights

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EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND RIGHTS.
EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND RIGHTS.

Equality Equality is about creating a fairer society. This is where everyone can participate and has the opportunity to achieve their potential. By eliminating prejudice and discrimination. In our society, equality is about fairness and ensuring people have the same rights regardless of their background or who they are. Any society that ensures its people have equal chances and equal treatment is building for its future by encouraging equality of opportunity. Example:

* The NHS has set up a new evening youth club in the local area. All races, cultures and races are allowed to come. * As I walked down the children’s ward I saw children of all ages, races and ethnicities. Diversity

Diversity is about differences, such as differences in gender, disability, race, age, culture, religion, social class, child-rearing practices, appearance, employment status or sexuality. Differences enrich our society and make it an exciting and challenging place to be. When it is used as a contrast or addition to equality, it is about recognising individual as well as group differences, treating everybody as individuals, and placing positive value on diversity in the community and in the workforce. Example:

* The class was mixed between girl and boys.
* People of all ages and genders came and prayed together at the church. Rights Rights are legal, social, or ethical principles of freedom or entitlement. These are called fundamental rights or normative rules about what is allowed of people or owed to people.

These rights are:
* Right to self-determination.
* Right to liberty.
* Right to due process of law.
* Right to freedom of movement.
* Right to freedom of thought.
* Right to freedom of religion.
* Right to...
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