Ethics Peace and Justice

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Peace
The absence of conflict, war or violence.
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War
A period of hostile relations between 2 countries often resulting to fighting of armed forces.
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CSW
Christian Solidarity Worldwide
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Pacifism
The doctrine that violence is an unacceptable way to resolve issues.
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Justice
The fair treatment of everybody irrespective of their differences.
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Racism
The belief that one's race is superior to another.
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Punishment
A penalty meted out to someone for wrongdoing.
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Crime
An act of deviation form the law OR failure to comply with the law.
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Capital Punishment
The death of someone for wrongdoing.
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Quakers
The society of friends OR a pacifist christian organisation
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Restorative Justice
The practice of making the criminal meet the victim to make amends and repair damage done my the crime.
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Protection
State of safety OR freedom from harm, danger etc.
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Vindication
To show something is true through the use of evidence or argument.
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Violence
To use physical force to hurt someone or damage something.
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Beatitudes
Blessings and promises of Jesus entailed in Matthew 5.
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A period of hostile relations between 2 countries often resulting to fighting of armed forces.

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War

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Christian Solidarity Worldwide

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The doctrine that violence is an unacceptable way to resolve issues.

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The fair treatment of everybody irrespective of their differences.

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