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Can we overcome gender inequality by ensuring equal access to education?

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Guest Felix ( Uganda)

No because these are two different human beings and also the minds are reasoned differently so we can not overcome gender inequality by ensuring equal access to education.

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Guest Jerinda ( Uganda)

No because education is to empower someone to gain the knowledge to be self sustaining in the society but not to overcome gender inequality. 

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Guest Gerry UK

I think it can help as through education a woman can have equal access to knowledge that can help her to get good jobs and lead a more equal life.

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Guest Krish

Isn't gender inequality and the equality of people something that should be the basis of any upstanding education? Why do we get educated? Is it to earn as much money as possible, to have a huge house and a nice car or is it to support yourselves and your family and friends and even those you may not know to become happy?

 

 

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Guest Solo(Uganda)

You  can overcome it if we  change negative attitudes towards each other we start having this mind what a man can do a woman can do then it will be possible 

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Guest Solo(Uganda)

Easy access to education doesn't overcome gender Inequality however if there is equal service delivery to people everyone one will be equal because what the other receives is what I am receiving.  

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Guest Allan (Uganda)

No its not possible since the female surface more challenges amidst thier education journey to mention; lack of materials that affects the teenagers, cultural believes about girls, attending to domestic work among others some thing that has denied them the opportunity to advance in thier education careers like it would by the men however this can be mitigated through law makers, employers and continued sensitization.

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Guest Lillian (Uganda)

Yes by giving equal opportunity to the girl child who shows interest in school.

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Guest Lillian (Uganda)

Yes by giving encouragement to the girl child to act as a motivation to the young girl who has lost interst.

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Guest Lillian (Uganda)

Yes by giving the second chance to those that missed thier first chances e.g if a child gets pregnant but is willing to go back to school, it will help overcome gender inequality.

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Due to COVID-19 we won't be able to host our live online debate today as we normally do. But please do respond with your thoughts any time as we would love to hear from you!

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