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Human Trafficking – Civic Education

  Meaning of Human Trafficking Human trafficking is an illegal trade of human being for the purpose of commercial sexual exploitation or reproductive slavery, forced labour, etc. The major victims of human trafficking are women and children. When women are the persons being brought and sold, it is called women …

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Functions of Political Parties

The last time we learnt about How political parties compete for power just in case you miss the post here’s the link to the post HOW POLITICAL PARTIES COMPETE FOR POWER today we are here to learn about functions of political parties.                       …

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Importance of Employment in Alleviating Poverty

Employment is an activity in which one engages in or is employed which allows one to afford the basic things of life examples are shelter, good health services, education, etc. It can also be defined as an occupation by which a person earns a living.people can either be employed by …

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Fighting Political Apathy

What Is The Meaning of Political ApathyApathy simply means a feeling of not having any interest in or enthusiasm about anything. It also means the feeling of not willing to make any effort to change things. While Political apathy means a feeling of having no interest and enthusiasm about politics.  …

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Nationalism and Major Civic problems

Nationalism Nationalism is the love and emotional attachment that citizens have towards their country that make them fight for their political independence from foreign rule or domination. It is a state of not being religiously, ethnically or politically bias but representing the country not minding the religion, state or race that …

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How Political Parties Compete For Power

Before we know how political parties compete for power let us firstly take a glimpse at the definition of the word POLITICAL PARTY. The meaning of the word ” political party ” is ; Political parties are groups of people who have the same ideology, coming together for the purpose …

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Teaming and collaboration

  Introduction Collaboration refers to working together to archive a goal. It is the process where two or more people or organizations work together to archive common or shared goals. Collaboration involves a deep, collective determination to reach an identical objective.   A team is a group of people linked in …

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CULTISM

INTRODUCTION Cultism is one of the greatest social crimes in our society today. This crime is mostly committed in the institutions of higher learning such as the universities,polytechnics and colleges of education. It is sad to hear that cultism is gradually entering some of our secondary schools. Cultism is a …

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