Freedom of Expression,Belief, Speech,Thought-Matilde Moreira, nº21

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Expression; Belief ; Speech; Thought.:

Expression; Belief ; Speech; Thought . Freedom of: " When we let freedom ring, when we let it ring from every village and every hamlet, from every state and every city, we will be able to speed up that day when all of God's children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old Negro spiritual, ‘Free at last! free at last! Thank God Almighty, we are free at last!'" Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference:

this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference has the right to freedom of opinion and expression Every through any media and regardless of frontiers. and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas Everyone Article 19

Freedom of Expression:

Freedom of Expression It’s the freedom to communicate freely about any subject, such as politic, social and economy. Freedom of expression is also only about any act of seeking, receiving and imparting information or ideas.

Freedom of Belief:

Freedom of Belief It refers to a group of liberties that allows people to decide whether to worship and how to worship. In a place, where there is freedom of religion, an individual can decide to believe in either of these or any other divinities/deities. This includes the liberty to believe in multiple deities.

Freedom of Thought:

Freedom of Thought It’s the freedom of an individual to hold unpopular ideas or consider a fact, viewpoint, or thought, even if it’s different of others’ perspectives.

Freedom of Speech:

Freedom of Speech It’s the political right to speak one's opinions and ideas using one's body and property to anyone who is willing to receive them.

What are the problems of Freedom of Expression ?:

What are the problems of Freedom of Expression ? Global Divide Hate Speech Culture

The importance of Freedom of Expression:

The importance of Freedom of Expression It also underpins most other rights and allows them to flourish. The right to speak your mind freely on important issues in society, such as politic, social an economy. Access information and hold the powers that be to account plays a vital role in the healthy development process of any society

Advantages of Freedom of Expressions in democracy :

Advantages of Freedom of Expressions in democracy It’s a key right that gives people autonomy to express their opinion and ideas. It’s essential to improve democracy: get to know more clearly about the government position for vote ; criticize the authority or, even, the government for progress; expression of political view/opinion ; decrease corruption

Denmark vs. North Korea:

Denmark vs. North Korea In Denmark, some issues-social policy in areas like health care, child care, education and protecting the unemployed- are part of a "solidarity system" . In that country, people have a different understanding of what "freedom" means. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea systematically violates the rights of its population. The government doesn’t allow organized political opposition, free media or religious freedom.  Detention, lack of due process, and torture remain serious and pervasive problems.

Solutions :

Solutions So, around the world, people need to raise their voices , work toward democracy and take action . The role of human rights organizations helps to prevent and even eliminate further government corruption and allowing growth of free expression and speech rights.

PowerPoint Presentation:

So as for individuals to be able to trust and respect their leaders, the governments need to interact with them rather than exclusively listening to those who support their self-interests.

Quote:

Quote “For to be free is not merely to cast off one's chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.” Nelson Mandela

Quote:

Quote “Governments that block the aspirations of their people, that steal or are corrupt, that oppress and torture or that deny freedom of expression and human rights should bear in mind that they will find it increasingly hard to escape the judgement of their own people, or where warranted, the reach of international law.” William Hague

Quote:

Quote “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” Voltaire

Poem by Royston Allen:

Poem by Royston Allen Freedom to give Freedom to live Freedom to question why Freedom to walk Freedom to talk Freedom to live or to die Freedom to sing Freedom to swing Freedom to just walk on by Freedom to speak Freedom to seek Freedom to laugh or to cry Freedom to work Freedom to shirk Freedom to spend or to buy Freedom to please Freedom to tease Freedom to smile or to sigh Freedom to be Freedom to see Freedom to aspire so high Freedom to touch Freedom to clutch Freedom to grant or deny Freedom that ’ s mine Freedom divine Freedom no money can buy

Work done by::

Work done by : Matilde, nº21 11th3rd Teacher: Teresa Fernandes Subject: English

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