Such situation of continuous “body celebration” hurts rather than enriches ethnic identity. The Body-Identity becomes a subject matter of/for contemplation and celebration rather than a “real” and an everyday experience. Thus, the celebration of the Body-Identity turns out to be one effective strategy of containment. However, I suggest that such negative abuse of the “body” is not all the story. Cotemporary sociologists, cultural critics and race relations activists such Stuart Hall, Mary Douglas, and Erving Goffman argue that body celebrations can be also empowering.
By understanding these differences and celebrating them we can create an environment where everybody feels valued. * Equality = Equality is a way of treating every individual in a way that suits their needs without making an example of them or treating them worse than another. People are given equal opportunities allowing them access to the same rights, choices and resources, regardless of their gender, age, race, sexual orientation, religious beliefs or cultural background. * Inclusion = Inclusion would mean that everybody would be accepted and included regardless of their gender, race, age, sexual orientation, religious belief or cultural background. Two examples of this are: a solely white group would welcome a black or Asian person into their activities, a wheelchair bound child freely joining in within a dance group with no other physical disabilities.
Education, which helps to improve our individual intellectual abilities, this is also one of our rights. Diversity can benefit individuals and communities, because it helps to make people more aware of how different everyone is, and that no two people are the same, diversity can also bring communities closer together as it helps people to understand different religions and beliefs. Basic human rights are what every individual is entitled to, According to Stretch B’ and Whitehouse M’ ‘within the United Kingdom there are 16 human rights that have been incorporated into the legal system these are: Right to life, Prohibition of torture, Prohibition of slavery and forced labour,
SHC33 – Promote Equality and Inclusion on Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young people’s Settings Explain what is meant by: Diversity Diversity is the valuing of our individual differences and talents, creating a culture where everyone can participate, thrive and contribute. There are so many ways in which people differ from each other ssuch as: Appearance, Ability, Gender, Race, Culture, Talent, Age and Beliefs. Equality Equality is a legal framework to protect against discrimination, promote equality of opportunity and foster good relations between people with 'protected characteristics. It is very important that everybody is treated equal and the same. Inclusion Inclusion, this is the total opposite of discrimination and I think it means to be fully included, to make people feel valued and respected irrespective of ethnicity, gender, disability, medical or other need, culture, age, religion and sexual orientation.
It is not the actual states that put the “United” in the United States; it is the people of America that put the “United” in the United States. Through a well-organized essay, “One Nation, Slightly Divisible,” David Brooks describes the diverse ways of life between Republicans and Democrats. Brooks effectively uses strong nonbiased points to assist the reader in agreeing and understanding his every thought. This allows Brooks to easily reach his intended audience- anyone interested in the diverse ways of life between Republicans and Democrats. America is a united nation despite the differences between people and their culture.
1.1 Explain what is meant by a) Diversity b) Equality c) Inclusion ANSWER FOR EACH a) Diversity means that by the way each is being who they are is different from de next and the things that make the difference should be embraced by the society in order to enhance peoples life. b) Equality means that each individual is valued the same within the society (having the same rights under the law, equal access to healthcare, education, social resources or housing, the same opportunities of achieving their potential), regardless of their gender, race, faith, nationality, age, sexual orientation or class. c) Inclusion means the process of improving the ability, opportunity, and dignity of people, disadvantaged on the basis of their identity, to take part in society. 1.2 Describe the potential effects of discrimination ANSWER Discrimination can cause people to have low self-esteem, low self-confidence and low social expectations that can lead to stress and depression which can reduce people's life chances, career opportunities, difficulties in communicating or co-operating with others and can have negative effects on health and well being. 1.3 Explain how inclusive practice promotes equality and supports diversity ANSWER Inclusive practice towards improving people's ability, their dignity, their self-esteem and self-confidence by accepting and embrace their differences supports diversity and leads to improved life chances and also to equal opportunities for all, which promotes equality.
This shows that Mill saw humans as creative individuals thus leading to an interest of tolerance as a political virtue i.e. political tolerance. The liberals argued that our own freedom depends upon all people enjoying the same freedom. This lead to their view of the state be limited to a minimum number of functions, mainly confined to protecting people from each other, defending the nation and preventing the accumulation of
Explain and briefly evaluate the role of the family in ethnic identity (24 marks) Ethnic identity is something that an individual can achieve and express to others, for example, through the clothes they wear or their religion’s values. An ethnic identity can be applied to an individual as a way of labeling them and their culture as being different. This can involve a process of ‘othering’ where the self is seen in a positive way and anything different is defined in the negative. So, in the case of black and white identities, white people may see black people as ‘the other’, that is, not white, not being like ‘us’. Said (1995) explains how this process occurs in the West’s construction of the Orient as exotic.
The aim of inclusion is to embrace all people irrespective of race, gender, disability, medical or other need. It is about giving equal access and opportunities and getting rid of discrimination and intolerance (removal of barriers). It affects all aspects of public life. Inclusion today is more widely thought of as a practice of ensuring that people in organisations, feel they belong, are engaged, and connected through their work to the goals and objectives of the department. Equality and Diversity promotes that everyone has a human right be equal and have the opportunity to achieve their potential, free from prejudice and discrimination.
There is no use denying the fact that society of any state is not homogenous. It is comprised of a great number of different people who have their mentalities and beliefs. However, there is one thing which unites all these people. It is the national idea, the thing which determines the appearance of certain values and priorities within the nation. That is why, for a multicultural state it is extremely vital to create the basis for beneficial l and efficient coexistence of different groups of people.