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Name Teacher English II 1 April 2014. Human Dignity is having the right to be treated equitably, it is not having our basic human rights denied.

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1 Name Teacher English II 1 April 2014

2 Human Dignity is having the right to be treated equitably, it is not having our basic human rights denied.

3 2012: Kenya: Plan to Force 50,000 Refugees in Camps Somali women and children fleeing their homes in Nairobi’s predominantly Somali suburb of Eastleigh on November 20, 2012, two days after an attack on a bus by unknown perpetrators caused Kenyan gangs to riot and attack Somali refugees and Somali Kenyans. The police ended the riots but then unleashed ten weeks of torture and other abuses in Eastleigh against at least one thousand refugees, asylum seekers and Somali Kenyans. © 2012 REUTERS/Noor Khamis

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5 This map shows the countries where there were child soldiers active in armed conflict in 1998:

6  How do ideas shape our understanding of the world, of the community, and ourselves?  The study of the Holocaust/Human Rights Issues helps shape my understanding that….

7  How does our understanding of these ideas lead to acceptance and/or conflict? One idea that can help others become more accepting of one another’s differences is __________ in order for conflict among ________________ to _________________. This is important because____ _____________________.

8  How do these ideas shape my own identity?  With this new perspective I now think about….

9 "Kenya: Plan to Force 50,000 Refugees Into Camps | Human Rights Watch." Kenya: Plan to Force 50,000 Refugees Into Camps | Human Rights Watch. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Mar "ABOUT." PapBlog Human Rights Etc. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Mar


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