equal opportunity

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the right to equivalent opportunities for employment regardless of race or color or sex or national origin

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Chapter one lays out the historical origins of Americans' primary concern with equality of opportunity and tolerance towards inequality of outcomes.
The Justice and Development Party (AK Party) government plans to close down the prep schools, which specialize in preparing students for standardized high school and university entrance exams, claiming that they are detrimental to equality of opportunity in education.
NCD works to further the goals of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990: equality of opportunity, full participation, independent living and economic self-sufficiency for all people with disabilities.
PRINCETON, NJ -- More Americans say it is important that the federal government enact policies that grow the economy and increase equality of opportunity than say the same about reducing the income and wealth gap between the rich and the poor.
The council is opposed to all discrimination and is committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all.
The amendments aim at facilitating the procedures of the employment offices in a way that enhances flexibility and speed in providing the public parties' needs of workforce according to the principles of efficiency and equality of opportunity among citizens.
At least, that's the hope behind the new Equality of Opportunity Media Library Web site (equality.
The decision violated principles of transparency, disclosure, and equality of opportunity for shareholders," the court decision said, referring to the regulator s approval.
The Pontiff said the effects of some legislation designed to give equality of opportunity had been to impose "unjust limitations" on the freedom of religious communities to act "in accordance with their beliefs".
The Pontiff said the effects of legislation designed to give equality of opportunity had been to impose "unjust limitations"on the freedom of religious communities to act "in accordance with their beliefs".
It sends a strong message to our staff and the community that Merseyside Police embraces equality of opportunity for all and provides an inclusive and diverse workplace.
What should also be encouraged is equality of opportunity based on ability and not social standing.
If Ministers really want to create equality of opportunity they need to be much more radical in their education policy.
The council and the housing company are committed to equality of opportunity, including equal pay, for all staff.
Sreenivasan downplays this point, since he claims a fair equality of opportunity account is concerned only with relative shares of opportunity and health.
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