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Global citizenship

by henny hall (2022-12-12)

Global citizenship and the cultural politics of benevolence is a term used to describe the idea that people should take a global perspective in their actions and heardle thoughts. This means that individuals should be concerned with the well-being of all humanity, and act in ways that promote the common good. This idea is often contrasted with the individualism that often dominates the world.

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