unequitable

Related to unequitable: Havior

unequitable

(ʌnˈɛkwɪtəbəl)
adj
a variant of inequitable
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It suggests that migration involving children and young people from West and Central Africa is likely to increase due to a confluence of factors including rapid population growth and urbanization, unequitable economic development, persistent conflict, weak governance and limited institutional capacity to support the most vulnerable populations.
Because of this unequitable distribution of primary healthcare facilities in LMIC, HTN and its complications will be detected late in the course of disease and die in younger age from CVD.
In addition, the analysis also shows they are likely to be dissatisfied with their jobs (and quit voluntarily) if they dislike their job assignments, if they progress in their career more slowly than those of employees in other organisations, and if the benefits they receive are unfair and unequitable.
Almost every country in the entire world has some sort of unequitable policies or practices, and the Women's March demonstrated that people will come together in support of those who are downtrodden.
NHS Trusts did not like the banding system because it was unequitable, difficult to administer, opaque and open to abuse; and they had to pay out a lot of extra money if even one member of a rota had worked beyond their band limit.
Also unimpressed about the wage hike was a coalition of government workers' unions, that issued a statement describing the pay hike scheme as unjust, unequitable, and abolishes Magna Carta benefits, and the EO as a bid by the Liberal Party to gain pogi (brownie) points in the coming elections.
They open the possibility that, rather than enter an unequitable system, readers should look for alternatives to capitalism.
For them, the lengthy dispute and its unequitable resolution typified the perfidy of US oil politics.
She goes on, "For a situation to occur in which a theatre creates a revenue stream from the sale or rental of performance footage without industry standard compensation to all the actors and other creative staff in the production is unfair and unequitable and goes against the collaborative nature of the professional theatrical industry.
That independently of Concealment on a Subject of this Nature being a presumptive Proof of Injustice, your Memorialists conceive that they are authorized to consider the present Charge of 160 [pounds sterling] per Night as unequitable, when the Charge only twenty Years ago was but 64 [pounds sterling] 5s.
Folger found the frustration effect in experimental situations where the unequitable outcome from a procedure allowing voice was judged less fair than the same outcome from a procedure denying voice (1977).