inequity


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an act that is not just

Synonyms for inequity

injustice by virtue of not conforming with rules or standards

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Inequities in the labor force stretch back generations, and the consequences of this inequity are likely to stretch forward generations as well.
To clarify these uncertainties, in this study, we present new evidence on horizontal inequity of access to health care in Italy.
Those patients directly affected in Wales will not care about the politics or the potential for inequity in NHS Wales; all they will care about is why they can't have a medicine because they live here, when their counterparts in England are benefiting from such treatment.
Ashmus urged the committee to push for the inclusion of language to correct this glaring inequity in broader reform bills.
Many are experimenting with a dialogue process to enable their staff to gain insight about how to address health inequity as a department.
Tax inequity for residential property can exist when there is unequal property assessment.
18-20, we could avoid the vortex of rising global warming calamities, and increasing inequity Additionally, it would stop conflict now threatening the ultimate violence, nuclear war, pp.
Pay for performance is purposely established to create inequity in pay between two individuals or groups working in the same area of an organization.
Most important of all, an air of major inequity hovered over it all.
Even more important, the terms health inequality and health inequity, which are often used interchangeably with health disparities, are, in fact, conceptually distinct (Kawachi et al.
Most of the literature supporting same-sex marriage boils down to two basic arguments: the inequity of traditional marriage and the bigotry of those upholding it.
To not advocate is to uphold social and academic inequity, hence doing an injustice to selected groups of clients and students.
Thus schools with good overall scores often had distinct groups of students that lagged far behind--a glaring inequity that the new federal initiative was explicitly designed to detect, but information Winerip conveniently left out of his story.
Escape Velocity is an original work of free-verse poetry, that uniquely reveals the darker side of life in America--poverty, social inequity, and worse with a combination of cultural critique and raw linguistic depiction of ugly realities.
The University of Munich's John Komlos (5-5), says much of our continuing height differential with other industrialized societies can be attributed to the relative economic inequity of the United States compared to our tallish European brethren.