(Our charter and our brainstorming ideas)
Books we Read:
Lunch With Lenin- Peter
Bite of the Mango- Me (Garrett)
Red Midnight- Ivan
Key Points from our Books
Democratic and Political Rights
- The right for individuals to Help Make Political Decisions
- Government to help in times of trouble no matter what person (also equality rights).
- Decisions made by the government should help everyone in the society, no democratic or political discrimination
- If more than 85% of the population is unpleased or hates the government, they have the right to vote for a new leader
- Everyone has an equal amount of living rights.
- Everyone has the same opportunities.
- Although everyone has the freedom to express their thoughts, they are to avoid using discrimination.
- No Matter where you move, you shall be treated with respect as a human being
- Everyone has the freedom to express their thoughts peacefully not through war or violence, not to be terrified into not expressing or saying anything is wrong or they want change.
- Religious laws still apply to each country.
- Lawmen and Women, have to watch out for children and make sure they avoid selling, making and using drugs.
- Lawyers have the right to not be threatened or intimidated into not helping their clients.
- If you have committed a crime and fled to another country, the laws of the country you have fled still apply to you until the court decides if you are guilty or not.
- If citizens feel unsafe in their living area due to war, gangs and rebels. They have the right to flee to new living areas without any obligation for the government.
- Anyone moving from one country to another must gain the permission of another country and to be free of any illegal activity or crime.
- Everyone has the right to make a living wherever they go
- Everyone has the right to be in a safe and controlled workspace, and not to be forced to work without pay.
Language Collective Rights
- Everyone has the right to be educated in their official language anywhere in the world based on the amount of minority language spoken within the population.
- No one has the right to turn someone down if they wanted to be educated in their language IF they meet the criteria.