Glossay about Diversity and gender equality:
Bias: A personal and sometimes unreasoned judgment (Prejudice)
Unconscious (or implicit) Bias: Learned stereotypes and prejudices that are automatic, unintentional, deeply ingrained, universal and able to influence behaviour.
Diversity: Embracing and taking into account the differences between individuals and groups of people
Equity: Adjusting for needs to achieve equality.
Gender: A social construct to classify a person as a man, a woman, or another identity such as divers, transgender etc.
Gender Mainstreaming: Integrating a gender equality perspective at all stages and levels of policies, programmes and projects.
(Gender) Equality: Being equal in status, rights or opportunities.
Inclusion / Inclusivity: The practice or policy of including people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalised.
Non-binary: A gender identity that goes beyond the male/female gender binary.
People with fewer opportunities: ‘Young people with fewer opportunities’ are defined in the Erasmus+ programme guide as those young people who are at a disadvantage compared to their peers because they face one or more of the seven exclusion factors: disability, health problems, educational difficulties, cultural differences, economic obstacles, social obstacles or geographic obstacles.