The death penalty as punishment for a crime.
Treating different people or groups of people differently (unfairly)
A principle within Christianity that aims to create a unity amongst the different Christian traditions
e.g Roman catholics, Anglicans, Methodists etc
Idea that everybody should be treated equally and that they are just as important as everyone.
Speading the Christian message with the aim of converting people to the faith.
Stopping being angry with someone for something they have done wrong.
Idea that all human life is valuable and that everyone has the right to be treated with respect.
Idea that each person should get what they deserve; also of fairness and upholding what is right.
War fought in a just cause, as a last resort, with a good chance of success, and with proportionality.
The belief that war and physical violence is wrong under any circumstances.
Judging someone or something with no good reason or without full knowledge of the situation.
The harm caused by war has to be less then the harm caused trying to prevent war.
Penalty imposed on someone for a commiting a crime/offence.
DIscrimination against people of other races.
Returning to harmony and friendship after conflict.
Idea that punishment is a way of revenge or making someone "pay" for an injury they have caused.
Treatment given to criminals that aims to change them so that they will not reoffend and to prepare them to return back to normal life.
Treating someone unfairly based on their gender
Unequal treatment of different groups of people or the uneven distribution of wealth within an society.
SOmeone harmed by violence or suffering any form of abuse.
Armed conflict between nations or groups of people.