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In terms of equal worth to the company, there really should be no argument that workers in stores, compared to those working in distribution centres, contribute at least equal value to the vast profits made by Tesco.
The group's mission statement includes, "a belief that every human life has equal worth, that the purpose of our society is to allow all its members to live meaningful and fulfilling lives, and that there is a collective good beyond our individual interests.
The readiness with which my request was granted by your Committee, Mr Chairman, confirms and is consistent with the declared desire of the nations and peoples of the world to see the end of apartheid and white domination, and the emergence of a South Africa loyal to the United Nations and to the high principles set forth in the Charter - a South Africa governed by its people as fellow citizens of equal worth whatever the colour, race or creed of any one of them.
One of the basic elements of Eberle's application of just war theory is the idea that every human life has great and equal worth.
No matter how hard we may try to justify discrimination against others, including using the Bible and tradition, in the end, it is not the way of a loving God who created everyone of equal worth and dignity There are no exceptions.
As is, the United Nations, whose membership comprises almost all states in the world, is founded on the principle of the equal worth of every human being.
Add all to this her work-rate and tenacity and it makes a player who gives equal worth going both forward and backwards.
As Catholics, we believe the same services should be available to each woman to uphold her human dignity and her fundamental equal worth.
We should also be far more bothered about the dignity of women who, despite great social progress since getting the vote in 1928, still do not receive equal pay for jobs of equal worth.
She saw a lawyer and decided to divide her valuables into three bundles of equal worth for her children to draw lots.
Faced with the horrors of slavery, the sex trade, and domestic abuse as a trustee of Tearfund, a Christian international relief and development charity, and considering the statistics that show more girls dying in the last 50 years because of their gender, than all the men in all the wars of the twentieth century, she promotes the importance of womenAEs influence in a patriarchal world, particularly in light of the Church of EnglandAEs explicit message that women are not of equal worth.
We are for the proposition that every human being has an equal worth and dignity--that every human being has a right to live.