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Human Rights

Yr 9 End of Year Exam Revision

Who are entitled to Human Rights? Everyone
What is one of our four basic freedoms? Freedom of Expression
What is one of our four basic freedoms? Freedom from Fear
What is one of our four basic freedoms? Freedom of Worship
What is one of our four basic freedoms? Freedom from Want,
How many Human Rights are in the Universal Declaration? 30
What is a Law that decreed in 1215 AD that no one can overrule the rights of the people, not even the king? The Magna Carta
Who was the young lawyer born in 1915 who led India in protests against the British Empire? Mahatma Gandhi
Who exterminated half the Jewish population during World War II? Adolf Hitler
In what year was the United Nations formed? 1945
Approximately how many children are dying of starvation everyday? 16,000 (1 every 5 seconds)
What reason is given for why there are still countries who do not follow the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? It is not a law
Name at least 3 people who have been influential in the fight for Human Rights. Ghandi; Eleanor Roosevelt; Martin Luther King, Jr; Nelson Mandela
Explain the term ‘ethnic cleansing’. The mass expulsion or killing of members of one ethnic or religious group in an area by those of another.
Explain the term, ‘internally displaced’. Someone who is forced to flee his or her home but who remains within his or her country's borders.
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