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I'm a global citizen (Malaysia)

I'm a global citizen (Malaysia)

Rafidatul Izzah
SMP Integrasi Pekan, Malaysia

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  • RAFIDATUL IZZAH BT. BAHROM SBP INTEGRASI PEKAN GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP I'M A GLOBAL CITIZEN
  • CONTENTS…
    • I’m a global citizen (definition)
    • Equality of education
    • References
    • The end….
  • Definition…
    • Wikipedia.com defines global citizenship as ‘the concept of citizenship on a global level’
    • In international, global citizen may refer to the responsibility of state to act with awareness of the world
    • Global citizenship is related to the international relations theory of idealism
    • (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_citizenship)
  • Apartheid-meaning separateness in Afrikaans (which is coagulate to the English apart and hood) was a system of legal racial segregation enforced by the National Party government in South Africa
    • Racial segregation in South Africa began in colonial times, but apartheid as an official policy was introduced following a general election
    • New legislation classified in habitants into racial group (black, white, coloured and Indian) and residential areas were segregated by means of force removals
    • Black were stripped of their citizenship, legally becoming citizens of one of ten tribally based self-government homelands or Bantustan nominally independent states
    • The government segregated education, medical care and other public services and provided black people with services inferior to those of white
  • During that time, an African who has dark skin…
    • Cannot eat lunch in a restaurant which is open to the public
    • Cannot send their children to the best school available
    • Cannot enjoy the full and free life which all of us want
    • That all members of a society are give equal chances to enter any occupation or social class
    • Does not mean everyone will have equal income and equal status
  • Some of the ways…
    • -help the people who live in countries that is lack in education such as :
    • >Vietnam
    • >Somalia
    • >Afghanistan
    • -Don’t be heavy at the one side
    • The judiciary has taken a pro-active stance in defining clarifying and applying in the concept of equality
    • The constitution was very clear concerning equality
  • References…
    • (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_citizenship)
    • www.apartheid in Africa.com.
    • www.yahoo.equalityofeducation.com.
  •  
    • BYE…
    • Thank you..
    • The end..