In order to achieve gender equality with regards to women’s rights, we have to redefine our gender roles and how these roles are socialized, eliminate the historical inequality b providing better and equal options economically and socially for women, and detach from the belief that our religious culture should exhibit male dominance. You, our government needs to sign, ratify and implement the other conventions for women’s rights, in order to create a more equal nation for our
It is about understanding each other and moving beyond simple tolerance to embracing and celebrating dimensions of diversity contained within each individual. Diversity is a reality created by individuals and groups from a broad spectrum of demographic and philosophical differences. It is extremely important to support and protect diversity by valuing individuals and groups free from prejudice, and by fostering a climate where equity and mutual respect are essential. History of Diversity in the workplace In 1948, President Truman officially desegregated the armed forces with Executive Order 9981, which made discrimination based on “race, color, religion or natural origin” illegal for all members of the armed services. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 dealt a crucial blow to discrimination in the workforce by making it illegal for any business, private or public, to practice discriminatory hiring (and firing) practices.
Society is inherently unequal, said John Rawls. To obtain equality is an ideal dream, however to reduce inequality isn’t. An idea to reduce inequality and provide equal opportunity to everyone in the society is what will be stated in this paper. This paper provides a theoretical approach towards the problem of equality in a society like that of India wherein reservations play a vital role in catering to the disadvantaged sections of the society. The paper dwells into the evolution of the concept of reservations and the problems posed by it.
In the next paragraphs, the author discusses the importance of prohibiting hate speech in the internet. First of all, the restriction of hate speech on the media or the internet is strongly urged by international human rights organizations. To give a specific example, the report issued by the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination in 2014 claimed that “ hate speech and other behavior inciting racists violence and hatred based during rallies and in the media, including the internet, are “not always properly investigated and prosecuted” by Japanese
This is completely apparent in the way that standpoints were changed in this regard. In Western museums, the historical arts are represented in a way to be accompanied by other objects which are regarded to be functional. Particularly, the art of Benin was displayed beside items from other civilizations which are regarded as savage by Victorian Britain. This representation of objects tended to be informative as much as possible by providing the viewers with scientific evidences which tended to depict how the people in each culture lived, and to improve their realization about the development and progress of these civilizations. By the time, museums
My social justice quilt is made up of pictures, words, and quotes that define my identity pertaining to race, generational, and sexual orientation. Social justice is to provide a fair relationship between individual and society. Social justice counseling recognize the discrimination in the counseling profession. “You cannot separate counseling from social justice: both are necessary for helping clients achieve long -term physiological health well-being Social justice refers to the commitment to ensuring change locally, nationally and internationally based on the valuing on fairness and equality in resources, rights, and treatment for marginalized individuals and groups for people who do not share equal power because their immigration, racial, ethnic, age, socioeconomic, religion, heritage, physical ability, or sexual orientation status group” (Hayes, D. & Erford, B, 2014, p.28). Therefore, before becoming a counselor you must be able to identify these salient aspects about your individual identity to provide adequate care for your clients you will be providing services to.
It is defined as “the act of designing an organizational image, values and offerings, so that consumers understand, appreciate, and are drawn to what the organization stands for in relation to its competitors.” (Kolter and Neil, 2008) In other words, museum positioning is a way for the museum to identify themselves on which kind of content they are focusing, hence what kind of service can they provided to the audience. By advertising the uniqueness of a museum, it will be easier for the museum to draw a particular segments of customer when competing in the entertainment and education sector. Instead of only list out all types of museum positioning strategies, I would like to give corresponding examples on each strategies. There are a total of three positioning strategies. Attribute positioning is when a museum
Store enironment Store environment is the surrounding of a store, it include many element, like lighting, music, aroma, cleanliness and the layout of a store . Store environment is an important element in retailing given that 70% of the purchase was an impulse buying or unplanned purchases" (Dunne and Lusch, 2005) Retailer acknowledge the importance and they make use of the store environment as tool to differentiate itself with other competitors. (Levy and Weitz 1995) Create a pleasant shopping atmosphere not only offer somethings different to their competitor but also influence customer purchase behavior by affecting their emotion and cognition. (Matt Drodge, 2017) H1: Store environment has significant impact on customer purchase behavior
“Disability is not merely a medical or welfare issue; much less a charity issue; rather, it is a development and human rights issue.” -NHRC 3.1 Introduction: Discrimination is a negative prejudice which leads to social exclusion. Thus, for the establishment of equality and the recognition of potential and equal opportunity to all there is need to go beyond legal and pragmatic equality and challenge the underlying social and cultural roots of discrimination for overall societal development. Judicial interventions and issue specific legislatures have been effective in bringing about a change in attitudes of people. One of such intervention could be seen in Dr. Jagdish Saran & Ors. vs Union of India, where Krishna Iyer J. said, “We must never forget two values synthesized in our constitutional culture, as set out in the
One of the main issues discussed with the museum 's communication is visitor interaction. Visitors demand changes to keep up with the society where they live. Therefore, one of the main topics discussed in museums is whether the communication and learning of the museum are changed according to the demands of visitors and museums develop and form new themes according to their themes and collections. What seems clear is that museum communication extends to all principles of museum practice, whether internal staff meetings, web development, marketing, management, learning and museum education, planning and creation of exhibitions and interaction with visitors (Jane Nielsen, 2014, 18) Communicating in a museum of the 21st century means opening up to society as a whole, forging relationships with different audiences, initiating and maintaining a dialogue between the institution and society. The actual museum involves new forms of communication and for this it uses the technology, the internet environments and the social