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Principles about how people should act. They are also standards for what we consider important and just
To decide on a settlement that satisfies all parties or people involved.
Respecting people from varied cultures and backgrounds
What are the 4 principles or pillars of democracy?
Justice - fair treatment of individuals and groups
Equity - individuals and groups have the same opportunities in life
Freedoms - people have the right to think and speak as they wish
Representation - elected representatives act on behalf of citizens
What are the 3 levels of government?
A group of people who share the same rules, laws, and government or who share the same interests or culture.
The supreme or most important law of a country or land. It outlines the structure of the government and describes the powers of the government and the rights of the people.
A resident of a particular place, such as a city or town; a person who has certain rights in a country, such as voting.
What are some responsibilities of citizens in a democracy?
A statement that can be proven to be true.
What someone believes. It cannot be proved to be right or wrong.op
A concern or problem that affects a community.
An action that is not fair or a wrong from the past; like Canada's treatment of First Nations people.