The Bill of rights states that every person has the right to choose, practise and develop their culture, language and religion, provided that the rights of others are respected when you do so. As we celebrate Human Rights Day this month, let’s look at some fascinating and unusual ways of greeting and showing respect across the world.
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Shirley SanbyInteresting debate, and even more interesting in our particular situation where techspeak is based on English, while that is not…
YashniHi, can you please send me a price list from the posters. I am interested in grade 8 and 9…
Brenda BakerWell written and informative. I learnt something new
Claire VerstraeteEnjoyed reading this! Concise, informative and fun. Great also for newcomers to our shores!!! Good job!
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