|There is an important distinction between equity and equality.|
|If we advocate equality it would mean we wanted to ensure that everything was equal, and that exactly the same amount of resources we availble for all.|
|Equity on the other hand means a recognition there is an existing difference in what people have and that resources should be shared in a manner which equals out any disparity.|
Equity, Equality, and Marriage.
Equity/Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) in Universities: The Case of Disabled People.
Lessons in Equity.
Challenging Judicial Presumptions when Equity is not Equality.
Fostering Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Large, First‐year Classes.
A Model for Crafting Diversity, Inclusion, Respect, and Equity (DIRE) Policy Statements Toward Catalyzing Organizational Change.
When Equality is Not Equity.
From Diversity to Inclusion to Equity.
Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion in Museums.