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Today's world is faced with challenges like hunger and food insecurity, unemployment, poverty, gender discrimination and inadequate security across the world which have affected human beings in all aspect of life being it political, economic and social cultural development. Today almost 10 million graduates who churned out of over 668 universities in Africa do not get job and as at 2017 global unemployment is expected to rise by 3.4 million and from the world hunger statistics, approximately 9…See More
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Today's world is faced with challenges like hunger and food insecurity, unemployment, poverty, gender discrimination and inadequate security across the world which have affected human beings in all aspect of life being it political, economic and social cultural development. Today almost 10 million graduates who churned out of over 668 universities in Africa do not get job and as at 2017 global unemployment is expected to rise by 3.4 million and from the world hunger statistics, approximately 9…See More
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i am Bsc mathematics graduate from UMat in Ghana and i completed in 2016. my main aim for joining global ethics network is to work with them and ensure safety across the work.

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Is it important to live in a democracy

Posted on December 16, 2018 at 5:06pm 0 Comments

NAME: APPIAH ATTA KWAME

UNIVERSITY: UNIVERSITY OF MINES AND TECHNOLOGY, GHANA

LEVEL OF EDUCATION: GRADUATE

 

Democracy has a lot of definitions because people all over the world have different meaning and understanding to the word democracy. But one of the common features of democracy is the people and their ultimate power in every thing they do. I always define democracy as: Democracy is a system of…

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Today's world is faced with challenges like hunger and food insecurity, unemployment, poverty, gender discrimination and inadequate security across the world which have affected human beings in all aspect of life being it political, economic and social cultural development. Today almost 10 million graduates who churned out of over 668 universities in Africa do not get job and as at 2017 global unemployment is expected to rise by 3.4 million and from the world hunger statistics,…

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