Citizenship unit 1

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Pressure groups
A pressure group is a group who work together to influence government policies
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Identity
The characteristics that determine who or what a person is
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Equality
Is treating everyone the Sa
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Multipy identity
That a person can assume a different identities at a different time and in different situations
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Equality
treating everyone the same and making sure people have the same opportunities in life.
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Fairness
To be fair you must consider everything that is effecting a situation, so that a fair judgment can be made.
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Discrimination
The unfair treatment of different types of people, especially because of their race, age, or gender.
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Gender inequality
unfair treatment or views of individuals due to their gender
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Immigrant
A person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country
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Immigrate
Come to live permanently in a foreign country
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Emigrate
Leaves their country in order to settle permanently in another
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Multiculturalism
Different cultures can co-exist peacefully and equally in a country
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Diversity
A range of different things of people
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Push factors
reasons for leaving a country
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Pull factors
reasons for going to a country
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Secular
Not connected with religious or spiritual matters
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Economic migrant
a person who travels from one country or area to another in order to improve their standard of living.
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Community
A group of people living together in one place
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Cohesion
Forming a united whole
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Referendum
a general vote by the electorate (public) with a yes no answer
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Identity

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The characteristics that determine who or what a person is

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Equality

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Multipy identity

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Card 5

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Equality

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