A state of affairs or result whereby all members of a group enjoy the same inputs, outputs or outcomes in terms of status, rights and responsibilities.
UNESCO. 2019. Global education monitoring report, 2020: Inclusion and education: all means all. Paris: UNESCO
All girls and boys, women and men, should have equal opportunity to enjoy education of high quality, achieve at equal levels and enjoy equal benefits from education. Adolescent girls and young women, who may be subject to gender-based violence, child marriage, early pregnancy and a heavy load of household chores, as well as those living in poor and remote rural areas, require special attention. In contexts in which boys are disadvantaged, targeted action should be taken for them. Policies aimed at overcoming gender inequality are more effective when they are part of an overall package that also promotes health, justice, good governance and freedom from child labour (UNESCO, 2016:13).
UNESCO. 2017. Unpacking Sustainable Development Goal 4: Education 2030; guide. Paris: UNESCO.