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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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The good news is that, across all demographic groups, enlisted Sailors tend to have neutral-to-positive perceptions of the Navy's equal opportunity climate," said LT Heather May of the Navy Personnel Command's professional relationships division (PERS 613) in Millington, Tenn.
If the funding and programs of the one Florida Initiative had been implemented in support of the state's existing affirmative action programs, Florida would already be the model of equal opportunity that this new plan is aimed at creating.
In November 2005, Citi received the "Corporate Leadership Award" during NUL's Equal Opportunity Day Awards Dinner in recognition of Citi's vision, achievements, leadership and continued commitment to equal opportunity.
In effect, that will mean helping out a lot of minority children -- not because we want the world to look like an ad for the United Colors of Benetton, but because we believe in equal opportunity.
But when people were asked if they would support the initiative if it ended programs that help women and minorities achieve equal opportunity in education and employment, support plummeted to 30 percent.
With this policy revision, we are now ensuring that service members are afforded protection against discrimination in the department's military equal opportunity program," said Navy Lt.
The MoSD's Assistant Undersecretary for Human and Financial Resources, Faiqa al-Saleh, commended the efforts of the National Committee on Follow up of the Implementation of the Model for Inclusion of Women's Needs in Development, presided over by SCW's President Her Royal Highness Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, citing the committee's role in civil society institutions' capacity building for the inclusion of women's needs and equal opportunity.
BOSTON, April 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Equal Opportunity Publications, Inc.
The Equal Opportunity Committee has been established by TamkeenOs chairman and acting chief executive Shaikh Mohammed bin Essa Al Khalifa to enhance equal opportunities among employees on issues of employment, training, scholarships and job promotions, taking the needs of working women into consideration.
The Equal Opportunity Strategy 2010-2014 fixed targets for 31 December 2014 in three areas where women were under-represented: 25% for senior management, 30% for middle management and 43% for non-management administrator posts.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- Shaikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, said that the secret of the UAE's success is its attention to education and the development of the human element, providing equal opportunity to every citizen in the country.
The non-politically correct term appeared in a line which referred to the equal opportunity employer status of the hospital.
The Federal Government's announcement last month that it will reform Australia's equal opportunity workplace laws after decades of inaction by employers has been welcomed by unions.
Denise Hendricks, who has worked on equal opportunity issues for the Defense Department, has been named the NCUA's director of equal opportunity.
ANKARA, Apr 15, 2010 (TUR) -- Equal Opportunity Minister Maria Rosaria Carfagna of Italy arrived in Ankara as the official guest of Turkish State Minister Selma Aliye Kavaf for Family.
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