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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: segregation - the traditional Hindu or Muslim system of keeping women secluded
separatism, segregation - a social system that provides separate facilities for minority groups
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More importantly, when I hear about the deeply rooted problems of our current food system --exploitation, racial and gender segregation of food system workers, continued environmental degradation, and the fact that nearly one in four Black and Latino households in the US is food insecure--I seek opportunities to engage in creative endeavors that build the kind of food system that OFPC believes in.
Gender segregation in the hiring process might be one of the reasons for the divergence.
Source: Robert Faris and Diane Felmlee, "Status Struggles: Network Centrality and Gender Segregation in Same-and Cross-Gender Aggression," American Sociological Review, Vol.
Because of gender segregation, there are no photos of frollicking girls.
For the first time, universities and colleges in the UK will be legally required to put in place specific policies to stop extremists radicalising students on campuses, tackle gender segregation at events and support students at risk of radicalisation, as part of the government s plans to counter extremism.
Updated Prevent duty guidance, which will come into force at higher education institutions across the UK on September 21, will force universities to put in place policies to stop extremists radicalising students and tackle gender segregation at events.
We are so fanatical about gender segregation that we exclude half the Saudi population from participating in society.
Now they are thoroughly vetted including their view on homosexuality and gender segregation.
But while Rahmani is pushing at the boundaries of change, she is cautious not to disrespect cultural norms in a country known for its strict gender segregation.
Moreover, seven state-run schools in Bradford have been exposed as implementing extremist curricula, including gender segregation and calls for female students to be covered except for their hands and feet.
The fanatic, who believes in strict gender segregation, also lashed out at other girls looking to travel to Syria for contacting male IS fighters instead of her and her pals.
Gender segregation is a core precept in ultra-Orthodox society, which believes that contact between unrelated men and women is strictly forbidden by Jewish law.