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by andree one (2022-12-02)

Global citizenship and the cultural politics of benevolence is a term that has been used to describe a range of different slope ideas and movements that seek to improve the quality of life for all people. Some of these movements focus on the idea of global citizenship, which is the belief that all people are born equal and have the right to be safe and happy. Others seek to improve the quality of life for people in developing countries, by providing them with access to education, healthcare, and other basic needs. And still others focus on the idea of benevolence, which is the idea that we should do our part to help others.

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