Diversity- This means that we all have things in common but we are all different in our own unique way. It is important that we recognise and value all the diverse differences. Diversity includes all different types of factors which are personal characteristics such as a family’s background, culture, personality and work-style in addition to the appearances protected under discrimination legislation in terms of different race, disabilities, gender, religions and beliefs, sexual orientation and age. We can create a dynamic environment where everybody feels valued by recognising and understanding each individual’s differences, embracing them and moving beyond simple tolerance. Equality- When in a work setting equality is achieved when all children have equal opportunities to participate in different activities.
In the short story “Harrison Bergeron, equality is clearly misunderstood, therefore I disagree that everyone in the story is equal. Although everyone was suppose to be equal because of the Handicapper General, they weren't. Equal doesn’t mean everyone thinks or speaks on the same level, equal means that everyone has the same opportunity and chances as others do.The correct way to ensure equality is to encourage success and put infrastructure in place to help and motivate those who are born into situations which limit their opportunities, and in this story, the government has not done this. The government’s idea is to enforce equality by handicapping talented people and preventing those with less talent from bettering themselves.In this story, the government's strategy is "equality by limitation." In American society, it should be "equality by opportunity."
Diversity has given me a strong determination to face any new challenge confidently. Every move was unique in its own way. I have understood that beneath every culture, people are the same and that each culture presents a new perspective, new life style and a rich learning experience. With this outlook on diversity, I am confident that I can blend with the student community from all over the world. I would focus on human values of the people I meet and endeavor to promote thought
1.0 What is racism? Racism is the belief that characteristics and abilities can be attributed to people simply on the basis of their race and that some racial groups are superior to others. It involves not only making distinctions and grouping people but also denigration. 2.0 What is wrong with racism? 2.1 Principle of equality Equality is a claim that we should treat and respect all people equally, regardless race, sex, religion, culture …The interest and well-being of people is equally important.
The democratic ideal is that all people are equal. They may be different in many ways, but they all have equal citizenship rights. He wanted to be different, for everyone to be different and have those rights.
I believe equality is worth fighting for. It can be shown in many ways, but it is not. Society has made people believe that it is okay to treat people different because the way they look or by what color they are or their sexual preference. Being treated with respect is what people want and expect, but they do not always show it themselves. Equality should be shown through all people because it such an expected manner but never taken upon to be changed.
We as individuals have to familiarize ourselves with people of various ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Once this is achieved we can then begin to help people, because we are truly aware of their needs. As we look at Saint Leo Core Values we can conclude that dignity and respect play a vital role in dismissing inequality. Having respect for others implies treating individuals equally, and communicating in ways that will help to build a healthier
Introduction: Languages and interactions are two principal concepts in present days. Being master in using and perceiving the modern methods of communications at works furnishes us with intellectual tools which we cannot afford to reject. With the expanding of organizations in the world and working internationally the needs of understanding other cultures and new ways of dealing with others become a key aspect of competitive advantages for any organization. Any organization regarding to meet its objectives and goals; assigns some written or not written norms, values, culture and behavioural patterns which should be understood and pursued by all the co-workers. This will create an employer image in labour market locally as well as in the international business market.
All students deserve to be treated fairly as individuals. When considering the diversity of the class members, we will celebrate the uniqueness that the differences contribute. Because I have high expectations that all my children can be successful, adjustments may be necessary because everyone is not the same (Burden, 2017, p. 115). It is vital that a spirit of understanding and edification is active amongst the students and from the teacher (Romans 14:19, King James Version) to produce fruits of mutual respect: reduced bias, positive academic outcomes, enhanced problem solving, and healthy group dynamics (Cousik, 2015, p. 54). For differences that stem from culture, gender, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status, the adjustments will involve bridging the cultural gap between the students’ diversity and the curriculum.
(2.1) List key legislation and codes of practice relating to diversity, equality, inclusion and discrimination in adult social care settings. Equality Act 2010 Human Rights Act 1998 Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act (SVGA) 2006 2.2 Describe how to interact with individuals in an inclusive way. Being genuinely open to an individual’s needs, wishes, beliefs and cultural views whilst being respectful and sincere at all
Immigration ties in heavily with this due to the diverse backgrounds that come from all over the world. With cultural diversity, we learn to understand and appreciate one each other. This results in a multicultural society “in which human beings recognizes and respects the presence of all groups in an organization or society, acknowledges and values their socio-cultural differences, and encourages and enables their continued contribution within an inclusive cultural context which empowers all within the organization or society.” (Belfield, Par 3). Cultural diversity helps us to “recognize and respect ways of being that are not necessarily our own, so that as we intereact with others we can build bridges to trust, respect, and understanding across cultures” (Belfield, Par 7). Cultural diversity is everywhere we look.
In summary nature of gender equality is respect enabling both men and women together to jointly develop the most dedication to society and meet the needs of individuals. To form a proper social awareness of the concept of gender equality will be one of the conditions for the Gender Equality Law into