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CITIZENSHIP... We are Lidia,Elisa, Patrizia,Federica and Arianna at school. All children have the right to go to school...
HOPING......that the bomb will change into butterflies and flowers; messages of peace from the gun and words of love from the mouth
EQUALITY...... Law is equal for everybody...
SOLIDARITY...... Every person has the right to help and support...
DIGNITY...... All children must have the same rights... And their dignity must be respected and protected
FREEDOM...... All the world should be free from wars... Everyone has the right to liberty and security
JUSTICE...... Everyone has the right to be defended, and entitled to a fair and public hearing…
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CREATED BY Arianna – Elisa – Federica – Lidia – Patrizia 3 E SCUOLA SECONDARIA 1° GRADO GUIDOBONO SAVONA ITALY TEACHER : Carla Romanelli
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