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Write a case study on the following social issue:
Gender inequality in the workplace (Australia)
In your case study, discuss the background or context of the social issue; explain why this particular social issue represents an abuse of human rights; discuss which particular human rights have been abused; the advocacy work around this issue, and the successes or failures of such advocacy.
Drawing on wider international research and practice in this area, make recommendations for how the human rights of those affected can be ensured and protected.
The work must be fully referenced with in-text citations and a reference list at the end. Also, all in-text references (not just direct quotes) must include the specific page number/s if shown in the original.
Gender Inequality In The Workplace (Australia)
Length: 9 pages (2250 Words)
Gender inequality is one of the most significant hindrances to the human development. For years, there has been wide gap in the society between males and females. Men are seen as superior being and dominate the consumption of resources available while women are seen as inferior and lack behind concerning development. According to the UN reports, girls and women have been discriminated against labor market, political representation, education, health among much more other key sectors in the economy of the country. Their capabilities and contribution to the building of the nation are overlooked (Bojarska, 2012).Gender Inequality Index (GII) is responsible for measuring inequalities in three essential areas of human development: reproductive health; which is normally measured maternal death ratio and adolescent birth rates; empowerment; measured inability of both genders to be representatives in parliamentary occupant seats and economic status; which is measured by labor face through which the women contributes to the society.