Humanities Keywords: Conflict and Cooperation

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Human Rights
a legal or moral entitlement to do something or to be protected from something
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Name three examples of a human rights
the right to education, the right to a fair trial and the right of movement
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Responsibility
a duty which binds you to a course of action demanded by a human right
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Violation
an act which disregards someones rights
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Constitution
a set of rules
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Dictatorship
where one person decides wether his/her community is allowed their rights
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Democracy
where the whole community is allowed their rights and their rights are protected by the law
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What is the Human Rights Watchdog Organisation
they are an organisation which aim to publicise all unjust and wrong acts around the world
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What are Amnesty International
they are a worldwide movement which campaign for human rights across the globe
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What are the Anti-Slavery Society
they focus on abolishing slavery
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Name three examples of things that can cause conflict
opinions, money and religion
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Name three causes of individual conflict
rumours, opinions and bullying
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Name five types of bullying
cyber, physical, verbal, emotional and blackmailing
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National conflict
a conflict in a country
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Long term causes
causes that build up over a long period of time
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Short term causes
causes that occur just before an event
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What countries were apart of the Triple Entente
Britain, France and Russia
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What countries were apart of the Triple Alliance
Germany, Italy and Austro-Hungary
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Arms Race
each side wants the best weapons and biggest arsenal
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What are the four main causes of International Conflict
Militarism, Alliance, Imperialism and/or Nationalism
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Appeasement
avoiding war at all cost
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Arbitration
the use of an arbitrator to to help settle a dispute
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the right to education, the right to a fair trial and the right of movement

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Name three examples of a human rights

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a duty which binds you to a course of action demanded by a human right

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an act which disregards someones rights

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a set of rules

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