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Mike Amon Masamvu commented on Carnegie Council's blog post International Student Essay Contest, 2018: Is it Important to Live in a Democracy?
"We are still waiting for the results. They should be out by now judging with with what you promised us."
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What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Communication, Democracy, Economy, Education, Science, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am Mike Masamvu a boy who's doing his studies at Marist Nyanga High School. I hope Global Ethics Network will improve me culturally, socially and morally.

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Is it important to live in democracy?

Posted on December 31, 2018 at 4:15pm 0 Comments

Full Name: MIKE AMON MASAMVU

School: MARIST BROTHERS NYANGA HIGH SCHOOL

Level of Study: HIGH SCHOOL (10th GRADE)

TOPIC: Is it important to live in democracy?

 

“People should not be afraid of the government but the government itself should be afraid of the people”, Alan Moore, an English writer, who is regarded as the best graphic novel writer in history, once said. This is because…

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Is it important to live in democracy?

Posted on December 30, 2018 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

Full Name: MIKE AMON MASAMVU

School: MARIST BROTHERS NYANGA HIGH SCHOOL

Level of Study: HIGH SCHOOL (10th GRADE)

TOPIC: Is it important to live in democracy?

 

“People should not be afraid of the government but the government itself should be afraid of the people”, Alan Moore, an English writer, who is regarded as the best graphic novel writer in history, once said. This is because…

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