People with social anxiety fear being ridiculed, judged or negatively evaluated by others; therefore it leads to feelings of inadequacy, inferiority, self-consciousness, embarrassment, humiliation and anxiety when facing social situations like conducting a presentation, interacting in a social gathering or meeting someone new.
Racism is an important topic that’s discussed around the world today. However, this problem should be concluded to reduce its negative consequences. Especially if it’s in public or in school where children can see, absorb and act in a racist. In human history, the most ordinary line of thinking is that one’s own race is superior and may rule others. Discrimination can be individual but it is most often the prejudices by a group of people against another.
Race is one of the grounds against which discrimination is prohibited by International Human Rights Law, particularly by article 2 (1) of International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, article 2 of Universal Declaration of Human Rights, article 2 of International Covenant of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and by International Convention on the Elimination […]
Racism is a complex phenomenon that encompasses more than simply words, attitudes, and behaviors. It includes all hurdles to dignity and equality that people face as a result of their race.
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