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by andree one (2023-06-23)

Global citizenship refers to a concept that transcends national boundaries and emphasizes shell shockers individuals' responsibilities and engagement with global issues. It involves recognizing oneself as a member of a global community and actively participating in addressing global challenges such as poverty, inequality, human rights violations, and environmental degradation.

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