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You will next be reading the individual articles of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and viewing public service announcements on those articles. Before you begin, check your understanding of the following words:
The word expression means:
Expression means: The communicating of thoughts or feelings through spoken or written words, art, entertainment, etc.
The word assembly means:
Assembly means: The gathering of people to discuss or work on a common purpose; a meeting of people to work together to accomplish something.
The word democracy means:
Democracy means: A form of government in which the country’s people can participate and vote for how the country is to be run.
The term social security means:
Social security means: A system where governments provide financial help or services. This ensures that everyone who has contributed something to the society receives help when needed for food, medical care, education, etc., especially if they are not working due to disability or age.