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    Austria boasts its progressive ideas for gender equality. Austria believes that both man and woman are of the same standing in all levels, socially, economically, and politically; the state condemns discrimination based on gender especially that of against women. Austria recognizes the need for a nation to have gender equality and promotes such ideals through the department for Women’s Affairs and Gender Mainstreaming of the Federal Chancellery of Austria. Of which, the department is hugely responsible

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    Equality, as we know it today, has been formed and molded into an idea that is still changing. Government officials, laws, and most influentially, people of the United States, have aided in the prevention of oppression towards women of all races and classes. The efforts of these individuals are counteracted with instances throughout history to prove that these men and women are not treated as if there were an equal condition. There are many instances of discrimination still present today, and one

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    In this sociality, the lack of gender equality in the working space is not fair. Every one should be equal. We live in United States where we are all suppose to be treated equally and not be doubt on what we can do because we are females. Females are as powerful and equal as men. In history the female sociality has made a big impact in our life 's now. They gained the respect for us to have a opportunity to vote and be successful in our careers has well as high paying jobs. But this issue of not

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    Gender Equality and the Law One of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s primary goals of the Women’s Rights Project’s litigation was to prove that stereotypical treatment of gender under the law was unconstitutional. It was Ginsburg’s goal to make the Court realize that “the law’s differential treatment of men and women, rationalized as reflecting “natural” differences between the sexes, historically had tended to contribute to women’s subordination” (Ginsburg 11). Ginsburg carefully selected cases which she

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    Erosion of Gender Equality in America American people come in a variety of shapes and sizes; their thoughts, fears, and convictions differ widely. It is usually necessary for Americans to choose a status in politics and community; but it is obvious that among specific groups and organizations, a person’s beliefs and opinions differ dramatically from the next. Feminist groups, specifically in the last twenty years, have announced their view of membership as an elite group of woman who must have

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    treated differently or perceived based on their gender. Women made up half of the human population, so this issue cannot be overlooked. Gender inequality is embedded in cultures and often exists in the workplace, home, health, education, and political representation. According to the United Nations development program in its 1997 Human development report, it was written, "No society treats its women as well as its men." United nations assume gender inequality as one main obstacle of human development

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    both schools and colleges, but it is also prominent in many professional sports. After more than 25 years since the beginning of Title IX, there still is no gender equality among men and women in high school, college, and professional sports. Passed in 1972 by United States President Richard Nixon, Title IX was supposed to give women equality in sports, yet in the year 2001 there is still little difference in the way women are treated in sports. No legislative act has had a more powerful impact on

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    is approaching gender equality? We have reached a point in society where women are finally starting to be considered as an equal to a man. Gender equality is supposed be a human right, but the world faces a never-ending access to decision-making power for women. Gender equality means that men and women have equal power and equal opportunities for financial independence, education, and personal development. Each year, the World Economic Forum conducts a study that benchmarks the gender gap in around

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    "A woman is human. She is not better, wiser, stronger, more intelligent, more creative, or more responsible than a man. Likewise, she is never less. Equality is a given. A woman is human.” Vera Nazarian said. Nowadays, gender equality becomes a popular topic; however, the rootstock of inequality between men and women took root since several years ago even in fiction. Shakespeare’s sister, by the name of Judith, is a fictional character that created by Virginia Woolf. Did Shakespeare have a sister

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    have superiority over women. Equality is a necessity for the future of the country to function as well as it does today, and hopefully achieve even greater accomplishments. Gender stereotypes affect the way individuals will feel about their gender, and will lower the expectations they feel that they should follow. Women are expected to stay at home and do housework; but, if they do work outside of the house they are not paid as much money as men. To allow for equality of women the Equal Rights Amendment

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