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Universal living values - made by students of Inova

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Presented on the 6th meeting of the multilateral school partnership Our TRESAURES in Slovakia (May, 2012)

Presented on the 6th meeting of the multilateral school partnership Our TRESAURES in Slovakia (May, 2012)

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  • 1. Theme 7 INOVA UNIVERSAL LIVING VALUES>>> >>> >>> >>> Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 2. Universal Declaration of Human Rights !  peaceH  freedom  social progress  equal rights  human dignity  accepted by legal systems worldwide Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 3. Globalization >>> >>>G  Bringing us closer together – global community  The importance of universal values  Managing differences without violence  Global values – bring us together Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 4. Universal DeclarationU  “everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself, his family, including food, clothing, housing, medical care and necessary social services” >>> >>> >>> Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 5. Our Age>>> >>> >>> The age of distrust and fear instead oflearning from each other Many millions of people in the worldtoday still far away from enjoyingthese rights in practice Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 6. Consequences… >>>… …of disregard of value system: ethnic system cleansing, genocide, terrorism, fear, hatred, discrimination  Reasserting universal values – showing respect for human dignity & sensitivity >>> Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 7. What Is More……  Letting people define their own identity Not insisting on classifying them by our own standards  The importance of being RESPONSIBLE Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 8. And…  LIVING by the values :A  in our private lives !  in local & national societies  in the world To STOP violence & PROMOTE cross- cultural harmony Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 9. Furthermore…… To achieve that – RESPONSIBILITY should be taught to students the same way math or science is  RESPONSIBILITY – understanding & accepting consequences for our actions; trying to correct mistakes that may affect others Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 10. Various……  MORAL RESPONSIBILITY – having moral obligations towards other people, animals & the planet Earth  DISOBEYING MORAL RESPONSIBILITY – grounds for justified punishment Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 11. …Types……  LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY – to the laws of your community, state & country Legally responsible person can be penalized in the court system  Link between moral & legal responsibility Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 12. …of……  FAMILY RESPONSIBILITY – treating your parents, siblings & other relatives with love & respect  COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILTY – participating in community activities & decisions as an active citizen Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 13. …Responsibility >>>R  RESPONSIBILTY to CUSTOMS, TRADITIONS, BELIEFS & RULES – might come from your family, community, heritage or faith PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY – being a person of good character, organized, punctual & to honour your commitments Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 14. In Addition……  MEDIA RESPONSIBILTY – the role of mass media (TV, radio, newspapers & the Internet) in strengthening & supporting democratic processes – they are not to serve any government or be a reflection of cultural interests & trends  MEDIA IS TO BE FREE Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 15. …and…a  STUDENT SOCIAL RESPONSIBILTY – the responsibility of every students for their actions – our actions are not to affect the others  CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – be committed to our jobs; behave ethically; contribute to our country’s economic development & our own quality of life Private Economics High School INOVA
  • 16. In The End……  LEARNING about various forms of RESPONSIBILTY & LIVING VALUES in general – the only right way towards PEACE, FREEDOM, LOVE & HAPPINESS Private Economics High School INOVA

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