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PlagiarismBy signing the declaration, you are stating that you have not plagiarized. Use the following as a checklist. This work is entirely my own. I have not copied another student’s work. I have not copied or used in any way material from a text, journal, website or other published source without acknowledgement (including non – English sources) I have cited and referenced fully and correctly as required by the Foundation Studies Department where applicable. I have not reworded material from another source and presented it as my own. I have not used this work in a previous class (self – plagiarism).| HANOI UNIVERSITYFOUNDATION STUDIES DEPARTMENT----------oOo----------GENDER INEQUALITYIN EUROPETeacher: Nguyen Thi Phuong LeStudent: Tran Cong NguyenClass: 3Q12Course: EAP WritingDate: March 13, 2013|
The gender inequality is commonly recognized as the top list concern of many countries around the world. This paper, based on secondary research, discusses this problem in Europe, as well as the progress European Union (EU) has done so far since the 19 century. In particular, the history, alongside with comparison of two sexes, impacts and counteractions of the problem are explored. The findings of the research indicate that women in Europe are still sometimes having trouble with their gender issues, although they are not quite clear. Finally, based on the findings, the paper draws the conclusion that Europe has not done the right effort to win over sexism.
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2.3.The problem in different places:2
2.5.Impact and counteractions3
Gender equality means an equal recognisability, encouragement and involvement of both genders in all areas of community and personal life. It calls for the acquiescence and gratitude of the complementarity of male and female and their own part in culture (Council of Europe). A gender-balanced society requires that no individual should be place upon anyone else by any benefit of their gender identity. In Europe, ever since the 19 century, the authorities have made a lot of effort to counter sexism, but the result is still far from visible. The problem can be traced back to the experience or social construction. This essay, with the purpose of providing information about gender inequality, will reveal some gender imbalance in European countries from the 19th century until now, as well as provide possible solutions.
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Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other...