Rights and Responsibilities 2014

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Define Rights
something you're entitled to or are free to do
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Why are rights important?
Ensures everyone is treated fairly
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When do your legal rights change?
As you get older and more mature
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What can 14 year olds do?
Get a part time job , enter a pub and buy soft drinks
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What can 16 year olds do?
Buy lottery ticket, have sex,get married with parents consent
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What can 17 year olds do?
Drvie a car
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What can 18 year olds do?
Buy cigarettes, buy alcohol, drink in public ,vote, make a will, leave home, get married, buy firework,stand as an Mp
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What can you do at 21 years old?
Adopt a child, Stand as a Mep for european parliament
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define responsibilities
responsibilties balance out rights, it is about respecting other people's right and doing what is expected of you.
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When do reponsibilities change?
As you get older.
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Responsibility of a 10 year old?
Know difference between right and wrong- can be charged for criminal offence if they break the law.
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responsibilites of a 18 year old?
Supporting yourself- eg- getting a job to buy things you need
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Responisbilities if you have children?
Bring them up until the age of 18 , eg- feeding, clothing, housing.
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Why are rights important?

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Ensures everyone is treated fairly

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When do your legal rights change?

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What can 14 year olds do?

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What can 16 year olds do?

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