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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Charlotte LeInternational School of London, QatarHigh SchoolGreek thought has triggered a fire which enabled us to create a colossal cauldron bubbling and crackling with our own thoughts of a system that has shed the blood of millions who have tried to protect or prevent it – democracy. Democracy is a notable form of governance since actions are dependent on collective choices of a country rather than a single force; democracy attempts to put the fate of the people in their very own hands. A…See More
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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Charlotte LeInternational School of London, QatarHigh SchoolGreek thought has triggered a fire which enabled us to create a colossal cauldron bubbling and crackling with our own thoughts of a system that has shed the blood of millions who have tried to protect or prevent it – democracy. Democracy is a notable form of governance since actions are dependent on collective choices of a country rather than a single force; democracy attempts to put the fate of the people in their very own hands. A…See More
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Culture, Democracy, Environment, Ethics, Gender, Globalization, Governance, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Poverty, Religion, Science, Security, Technology, War
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Hello! My name is Charlotte. I'm a 16-year-old Vietnamese student who grew up in the US but is currently living in Qatar. I despise injustice and I believe that this platform would allow me to expand the impact I make.

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Is it important to live in a democracy?

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Charlotte Le

International School of London, Qatar

High School

Greek thought has triggered a fire which enabled us to create a colossal cauldron bubbling and crackling with our own thoughts of a system that has shed the blood of millions who have tried to protect or prevent it – democracy. 

Democracy is a notable form of governance since actions are dependent on collective choices of a country rather than a single…

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