GLOSSARY
  • Prejudice :

An unfair and unreasonable opinion or feelingespecially when formed without enough thought or knowledge

Source : Cambridge Dictionary

Prejudice is an unreasonable dislike of a particular group of people or things, or a preference for one group of people or things over another.

Source :  Collins Dictionary

  • Awareness : 

Knowledge that something exists, or understanding of a situation or subject at the present time based on information or experience.

Source : Cambridge Dictionary

  • Discrimination :

Treating a person or particular group of people differentlyespecially in a worse way from the way in which you treat other people, because of their skin coloursexsexuality, etc.

Source : Cambridge Dictionary

Discrimination is the practice of treating one person or group of people less fairly or less well than other people or groups.

Source : Collins Dictionary 

 

  • Gender equality :

The act of treating women and men equally

Source : Cambridge Dictionary

Homophobia :

Homophobia is a strong and unreasonable dislike of gay people.

Source : Collins Dictionary

fear or dislike of gay people.

Source : Cambridge Dictionary

  • Racism : 

Policies, behaviours, rules, etc. that result in a continued unfair advantage to some people 

and unfair or harmful treatment of others based on race.

Source : Cambridge Dictionary

Racism is the belief that people of some races are inferior to others, and the behaviour which is the result of this belief. Racism also refers to the aspects of a society which prevent people of some racial groups from having the same privileges and opportunities as people from other races.

Source : Collins Dictionary

  • Stereotype :

A set idea that people have about what someone or something is like, especially an idea that is wrong.

Source : Cambridge Dictionary

A stereotype is a fixed general image or set of characteristics that a lot of people believe represent a particular type of person or thing.

Source : Collins Dictionary