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Human Rights

mahatma_gandhi_PNG16If you want to improve your vocabulary in connection with this topic, here is a video game:

https://www.educaplay.com/en/learningresources/4030660/human_rights.htm

And a further video to watch:

Here is your vocabulary:

  1. human right (law) any basic right or freedom to which all human beings are entitled and in whose exercise a government may not interfere (including rights to life and liberty as well as freedom of thought and expression and equality before the law)
  1. discrimination unfair treatment of a person or group based on prejudice
  1. right to life the right to live
  1. elimination the act of removing or getting rid of something
  1. facilitate make easier
  1. due process administration of justice according to rules and principles
  1. ratify approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation
  1. deprivation the disadvantage that results from losing something
  1. fundamental serving as an essential component
  1. declaration a statement that is emphatic and explicit
  1. convention the act of meeting formally
  1. complement something added to embellish or make perfect
  1. emphasized spoken with intensity or forcefulness/stress or single out as important
  1. restricted subject to an act of limitation
  1. restrict limit access to sg
  1. prohibit command against
  1. respect regard highly; think much of
  1. equal having the same quantity, value, or measure as another
  1. consent give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to
  1. court an assembly to conduct judicial business
  2. unjust an unjust decisionjudgment, or actionis not fair or reasonable, or is not done according to accepted legal or moral standards
  1. unjust an unjust decisionjudgment, or actionis not fair or reasonable, or is not done according to accepted legal or moral standards
  2. prejudice an unreasonable opinion or feelingespecially the feeling of not liking a particular group of people
  3. segregation the policyof keeping people from different groupsespecially different races
  4. disobedience someone’s behaviour when they do not act as he is ordered
  5. oppose to disagree with or not approve of a plan or policy

 

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