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#GenerationEquality: Things to know

I have always dreamed of a world that is equal for all. To make an equal world we new- generation gave to do so many things. I also believe men and women have equal say in decisions that affect their lives, their bodies, their policies, and their environment. Consider a world where men and women are compensated equally for equal-value work and share domestic responsibilities. Consider political leadership, classrooms, corporate boardrooms, and factory floors where equality exists.

To make an equal world we have to join the Generation Equality campaign to accelerate gender equality actions mostly.

Sex and Gender

Gender equality is concerned with the tendency to assign different roles and statuses to people based on their gender. It could show up in your work experience, educational opportunities, or health. Some suggest that special allowances should be made to individuals in order to level the playing field. Our mission is to make a society where we live without sexism.


It is perhaps the most common issue in our society. We usually never consider our new generation. Our society s people always make an idea that young people never can do a good job. when it turns about Asian and ethnic youth it becomes more sensitive. In some cases, they never got good jobs and well education equation on society. The Equality Act 2010 says that you must not be discriminated against because of your age.


In the Equality Act, a disability means a physical or mental condition. Which has a substantial and long-term impact on your ability to do normal day-to-day activities. The Equality Act protects you from discrimination because of your disability. This does not apply if the person who discriminated against you knew you had a disability. The act also protects people from discrimination arising from their use of an assistance dog or needing time off work for medical treatment.

Race and ethnicity

Unlawful discrimination is when you are treated differently because of your race in one of the situations covered by the Equality Act. The treatment could be a one-off action or as a result of a rule or policy based on race. It doesn’t have to be intentional to be unlawful. The Equality Act 2010 says you must not be discriminated against because of your race. Race can mean your color, or your nationality (including your citizenship) It can also mean your ethnic or national origins, which may not be the same as your current nationality. The act also covers ethnic and racial groups.


When you are treated differently because of your religion or belief, or lack of belief, in one of the scenarios specified by the Equality Act, this is known as unlawful discrimination. The Equality Act protects people from being discriminated against because of their religion or belief. In the UK, religion can mean any religion, an organized religion like Christianity or Judaism, or a smaller religion like Rastafarianism or Paganism. The Act also covers non-belief or a lack of religion or beliefs.

So Let’s make the world equal for all.

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