Traducción de equality en Español:


igualdad, n.

Pronunciación /ɪˈkwɒlɪti//iːˈkwɒlɪti//əˈkwɑlədi/


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    igualdad femenino
    • They want to see people given a fair go, they want equality of opportunity, and they want fairness.
    • Does equality of opportunity matter more than equality of outcome?
    • A new settlement must be able to deliver equality of opportunity for unionists as well as nationalists.
    • All the evidence shows, that if you want to promote social mobility and equality of opportunity, you have to start early.
    • The striking workers are demanding equality of promotion opportunities with their colleagues.
    • People disagree about what is needed to ensure fair equality of opportunity.
    • It's no secret that great numbers of jobs are sewn up from the inside, despite claims of equality of opportunity.
    • We also know that the labour movement has to work very hard to ensure that same equality of access and opportunity in the union.
    • When we promote equality, we need to make sure that we are promoting equality of opportunity.
    • The Government advocates equality of opportunity for every child.
    • But equality of aspiration is not matched by equality of opportunity.
    • Moreover, not everything is done to ensure equality of opportunity.
    • Can marriage be reformed to serve as a public status that promotes equality and liberty?
    • Many people think of feminism as a movement that promotes gender equality and opportunity.
    • For example, complete negative freedom would not provide equality of opportunity, outcome, or treatment.
    • Parliament alone can give equality of opportunity and thereby increase liberty for all.
    • We should be striving to create a meritocratic society with equality of opportunity, not equality of outcome.
    • It's easy to say one is in favour of equality of opportunity.
    • The report also sets out a new public sector duty to promote equality of opportunity for people with mental health problems.
    • The value of equality of opportunity gets most of its practical force from its opposition to systematic discrimination.