censorship- the practice of surpressing and limiting access to materials considered obsene, offensive or a threat to security. people may also be restrited in their speech by censhorship laws.
discrimination- acts of treating groups of people or individuals differently based on prejudice
extremism- believing in and supporting ideas far from what most people consider correct or reasonable
human rights- the basic entitelments of all human beings, afforded to them simply because theyre human
personal convivtions- something a person strongly feels or believes in
prejudice- pre judging someone to be inferior or superior without cause
absolute poverty- an acute state of deprevation whereby a person cannot access the most basic of their human needs
relative poverty- a standard of poverty measured in relation to the standards of a society in which a person lives, eg living on less then the average income of the area
social justice- promoting a fair society by challenging injustice and valuing diversity. ensuring that eceryone has equal rights to oppurtunities, provisions and rights.
adultery- voluntary sexual intercourse between a married person and a person who is not their spouse
divorce-to legally end a marriage
cohabitation- to live together in a sexual relatinship without being married or in a civil partner ship
commitment- a sense of dedication and obligation to someone or soemthing
contraception- methods used to prevent a woman getting pregnant during or following sexual intercourse