Equality & Diversity
Democracy means “ruled by the people”. Democracy is a human right. Most countries in the world claim they are democratic, but are they? You can find out here by having a look at the Democracy Map! During the years, many countries have moved from a non-democratic government to a democracy. But during the years previous to 2010, six countries are more democratic (Togo, Bhutan, Maldives, Pakistan, Thailand and Montenegro) and eight are less democratic (Gabon, Lesotho, Mauretania, Senegal, Afganistan, Kyrgyzstan, Bahrain and Jordan).
Games MyUK Take charge of Britain and create a country to call your own. Choose and pass new laws, customise your country and pursue your personal vision of the UK. For ages 13-15 years. MP For A Week
Games MyUK Take charge of Britain and create a country to call your own.
Games MyUK Take charge of Britain and create a country to call your own. Choose and pass new laws, customise your country and pursue your personal vision of the UK. For ages 13-15 years.
We live in a multi-cultural society which embraces different people from different cultures and backgrounds. What makes every person unique and special is their own individual difference AND YET people are still picked on, bullied and attacked because they are different... Hate Crime is when you target someone either verbally (with words or gestures) or hit them (with physical violence) because they are different to you... the difference could be the way they speak, where they were born, the clothes they wear, their religious beliefs, their nationality, the colour of their skin or the place where they live...
Bullying can take many forms - verbal, physical and psychological. Verbal bullying is when the bully calls you names and makes threats to you. Psychological bullying is when you are made to feel excluded, worthless or vulnerable. Sometimes this form of bullying is so subtle that it takes a while for you to realise what is happening. Physical bullying is when the bully kicks, pushes or hits you in any way. For more videos visit: Videojug.com