We believe that the dignity and basic rights of all people must be honoured, upheld and defended. We advocate for equal outcomes for women, men and gender-diverse people and promote inclusive, transformative processes to achieve gender equality.
Due to historical and social disadvantage, gender equity recognises that women and gender-diverse people are not in the same ‘starting position’ as men. Treating women, men and gender-diverse people equally may not be fair and just in all situations. In fact, it can create further disadvantage.
Our leadership and involvement in education, social services and faith-based endeavours for over four centuries have resulted in an acute awareness of the need for gender equity across all areas of life.
Fourteen students from Loreto and CJ schools in Brazil, India, Mauritius, Nepal and the United Kingdom participated in an online Global Conversation Circles to discuss
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