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THE EQUALITY NC FOUNDATION Equality Gala a PRESENTED BY Celebrating Ten Years q Saturday, October 15th 2016 Welcome to Equality NC Foundation’s Tenth Annual Gala!
The avoidance of costly legal proceedings caused by breaches of equality legislation.
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creating a better society for all Department of Justice and Equality April 2017 Contents Foreword by Ms Frances Fitzgerald T.D., Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality 3 Foreword by Mr David Stanton T.D., Minister of State with responsibility for Equality, Immigration and Integration 5 1.
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Wardle (2013) points out a clear distinction between equality and equity noting that “Equal education is providing equal resources and opportunities for all students to succeed in education” (p.
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The People’s Campaign for Equality, Jobs, and Justice is a coalition of concerned people of goodwill who have joined together to give voice to the condition of the country.
Fernando Mancebo Rodriguez Transposition property in equalities and equations The transposition property is a work method by which we can move terms and operations from a side of the equality to the other one in inverted way.
‘A Critical Analysis of Section 6 Equality Act (2010)’ Ryan Harding This Dissertation is Submitted in Part-Fulfillment of the Degree of LL.M Employment Law May 2014 Abstract The first objective of this research proposal is to examine the current definition of ‘disability’ under Section 6 of the Equality Act (2010), hereafter referred to as ‘EqA,’ for employees in the workplace.
2.0 Creating a working environment through good management of policies and procedures which support and promote equality, diversity, dignity and respect to all.
EVALUATIVE WORDS CONFUSED WITH FEELINGS Evaluative Word Giraffe Feeling(s) Giraffe Need(s) Abandoned Abused Terrified, hurt, bewildered, sad, frightened, lonely Angry, frustrated, frightened (Un) accepted Scared, lonely, hurt, anxious Attacked Belittled Scared, angry, defiant, hostile Angry, frustrated, tense, distressed Betrayed Angry, hurt, disappointed, enraged Angry, scared, confused, antagonistic, hostile, bewildered, hurt Angry, scared, pressured Nurturing, connection, belonging, support, caring Caring, nurturing, support, emotional safety, physical safety, consideration, for livings things to flourish Inclusion, connection, community, belonging, contribution, respect Safety, consideration Respect, autonomy, seen for true self, acknowledgement, appreciation Trust, dependability, honesty, honor, commitment, clarity Accountability, causality, fairness, justice Blamed Bullied Autonomy, choice, safety, consideration Caged/boxed in Angry, thwarted, scared, anxious Autonomy, choice, freedom Cheated Resentful, hurt, angry Honesty, fairness, justice, trust, reliability Coerced Angry, frustrated, frightened, Autonomy, choice, freedom thwarted, scared Cornered Angry, scared, anxious, thwarted Autonomy, freedom Criticized In pain, scared, anxious, Understanding, frustrated, humiliated, angry, acknowledgement, recognition, embarrassed accountability, respectful communication Discounted/diminished Hurt, angry, embarrassed, Acknowledgement, inclusion, frustrated recognition, respect Disliked Sad, lonely, hurt Connection, appreciation, understanding, acknowledgement, friendship, inclusion Distrusted Sad, frustrated Trust, honesty Dumped on Angry, overwhelmed Respect, consideration Harassed Angry, frustrated, pressured, Respect, space, consideration, frightened peace Hassled Irritated, distressed, angry, Serenity, autonomy, choice of frustrated pace and method, calm, space Nonviolent Communication Page 1 of 3 EVALUATIVE WORDS CONFUSED WITH FEELINGS Ignored Insulted Lonely, scared, hurt, sad, embarrassed Angry, embarrassed Interrupted Angry, frustrated, resentful, hurt Intimidated Invalidated Scared, anxious Angry, hurt, resentful Invisible Sad, angry, lonely, scared Isolated Lonely, afraid, scared Judged Resentful, scared, hurt, angry Left out Sad, lonely, anxious Let down Manipulated Sad, disappointed, frightened Angry, scared, powerless, thwarted, frustrated Mistrusted Misunderstood Sad, angry Upset, angry, frustrated Neglected Lonely, scared Overpowered Angry, helpless, confused Overworked Angry, tired, frustrated, exhausted Angry, frustrated, resentful Patronized Pressured Put down Anxious, resentful, overwhelmed Angry, frustrated, hostile, antagonistic, resentful Angry, sad, embarrassed Rejected Hurt, scared, angry, defiant Ripped off/screwed Anger, resentment, disappointed Provoked Nonviolent Communication Connection, belonging, inclusion, community, participation Respect, consideration, acknowledgement, recognition Respect, to be heard, consideration Safety, equality, empowerment Appreciation, respect, acknowledgement, recognition To be seen and heard, inclusion, belonging, companionship, community Community, inclusion, belonging, contribution To be seen, consideration, fairness, equality, justice Inclusion, belonging, community, connection Trust, dependability Autonomy, empowerment, trust, equality, freedom, connection, authenticity Trust To be heard, understanding, clarity Connection, inclusion, contribution, community, care, consideration Equality, justice, autonomy, freedom Respect, consideration, rest, nurturing Recognition, equality, respect, mutuality Relaxation, clarity, space, consideration Respect, consideration Respect, acknowledgement, understanding Belonging, inclusion, closeness, to be seen, acknowledgement, connection Consideration, justice, acknowledgement, trust Page 2 of 3 EVALUATIVE WORDS CONFUSED WITH FEELINGS Smothered/suffocated Frustrated, desperate, fear Taken for granted Sad, angry, hurt, disappointed Threatened Trampled/walked on Scared, frightened, alarmed, agitated, defiant Angry, frustrated overwhelmed Tricked Unappreciated Embarrassed, angry, resentful Sad, angry, hostile, hurt Unheard Sad, hostile, frustrated Unloved Sad, bewildered, frustrated Unseen Sad, anxious, frustrated Unsupported Unwanted Sad, hurt, resentful Sad, anxious, frustrated Used Sad, angry, resentful Victimized Frightened, helpless Violated Sad, anxious, agitated Wronged Angry, hurt, resentful, irritated Nonviolent Communication Space, freedom, autonomy, authenticity, self-expression Appreciation, acknowledgement, recognition, consideration Safety, autonomy Empowerment, connection, community, to be seen, consideration, equality, respect, acknowledgement Integrity, honesty, trust Appreciation, respect, acknowledgement, consideration Understanding, consideration, empathy Love, appreciation, empathy, connection, community, compassion Acknowledgement, to be seen, appreciation, to be heard Support, understanding Belonging, inclusion, caring, nurturing Autonomy, equality, consideration, mutuality Empowerment, mutuality, safety, justice Privacy, safety, trust, space, respect Respect, justice, trust, safety, fairness, equality Page 3 of 3
3118 Ch-01.qxd 1 11/13/03 9:32 AM Page 13 Justice as Fairness John Rawls One practicable aim of justice as fairness is to provide an acceptable philosophical and moral basis for democratic institutions and thus to address the question of how the claims of liberty and equality are to be understood.
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