1 edition of What kind of state?, what kind of equality? found in the catalog.
What kind of state?, what kind of equality?
Regional Conference on Women in Latin America and the Caribbean (11th 2010 Brasilia, Brazil)
|Statement||XI Regional Conference on Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, Brasilia, 13-16 July 2010|
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean|
|LC Classifications||HQ1460.5 .C62 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||2011373160|
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Abstract. The document “What kind of State. What kind of equality?” analyses the ” progress of gender equality in the region 15 years after the approval of the Beijing Platform for Action, 10 years after the drafting of the Millennium Development Goals and 3 years after the adoption of the Quito Consensus at the tenth session of the Regional Conference on Women in Latin America and the.
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Harry Frankfurt, one of the most influential moral philosophers in the world, argues that we are morally obligated to /5(38). Truly appreciated the inclusion of Indian government and politics in the state.
Most books on state government neglect a look into the tribal governments, but not this book. This would be a good book for any American and Wyoming government course.3/5. Wyoming was the first state to grant women the right to vote in This action lead to the nickname "The Suffrage State" and later to "The Equality State." "Equality" is also the state motto.
The Suffrage State. This was the precursor to "The Equality State" nickname. It came about when Wyoming granted the right to vote to women in The Equality Act prohibits all employers, service providers and providers of education, from discriminating against, harassing or victimising individuals with protected characteristics.
Unlawful discrimination would be things like: refusing to admit a child to as school as a pupil because of their race ; discouraging a female student from undertaking a course in Engineering. The book does what you’d expect, laying out the various institutions of government while comparing Wyoming to other states and the federal government.
I would have liked to see more of those comparisons, but the book does put Wyoming in a wider context while remaining brief ( pages of text, plus the text of the state constitution)/5(5).
The story of Anthem takes place in an unnamed Communist- or Fascist-like dictatorship of the future, where an individual has no rights, existing solely to serve the state. The hero, Equalityis a brilliant young man who yearns to be a scientist, but who is commanded to be a Street Sweeper by a government that fears his independence of mind.