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    Seventh-day Adventist Beliefs Grade 5-Lifelong
    What do Seventh-day Adventists believe? This page explains the structure of Adventist beliefs, and allows visitors to click for more information on each category or belief.

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    Adventist Peace Fellowship Grade 9-Lifelong
    Adventist Peace Fellowship seeks to raise consciousness about the centrality of peacemaking to the beliefs and heritage of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and to encourage action.

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    Dealing with Moral Issues Grade 11-Lifelong
    What is a moral issue? A moral issue can be defined as a problem, dilemma or condition resulting from a direct threat to the three fundamental constituents of the moral structure of life which are: human nature, human moral values, and human rights. This means...

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    Freedom of Conscience, Religious Freedom, Freedom of Worship Tolerance in the Context of Human Rights - Historical-biblical Perspective Tertiary
    The history of humanity in the conquest of human rights and, among them, the respect for the freedom of religious conscience and worship, is written in some luminous and some dark and atrocious pages. Although from classical antiquity to post-modernity there...

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    Graciela Fuentes - Dialogue with an Adventist judge at the United Nations Grade 11-Lifelong
    "My mission regarding human rights is to help people understand that society as a whole is no stronger, no freer, than the individuals who compose the society."

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    Human Rights - Childrens Rights Kindergarten-Grade 12 New!!
    This unit examines human rights on a global scale. "There is no age, gender, or race that is unaffected by the issues involved. What is a basic human right? What are simply wants? Who gets to define these rights?" Along with useful information, this...

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    Human Rights from a Classical-Catholic Natural Law Perspective - Analysis and Proposal of Other Jusnaturalistic Biases Tertiary
    In the last decades, philosophers and jurists seem to be more concerned concern about human rights as never before. In this In this context, there is a return to classical-Catholic natural law as the conception that best supports the notion of these rights....

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    Implementation of the Anti - Human Trafficking Law in Cebu City, Philippines Tertiary
    "This study investigated the extent of implementation of the 'Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act' under the Philippine Republic Act 9208 in Cebu City during the period of 2010-2011. The paper analyzed the various advocacy campaigns and rescue operations done...

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    Is Koko a Person? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Walters attempts to explain the differences between a person and a human.

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    Journey to Joburg - A South African Story - Daily Lesson Guide and Trade Book Grade 5
    NAD Pathways Grade 5 selection for Theme 9: Social Issues & Culture. This is the story of love, commitment and the flowering of the human spirit against the background of South Africa's apartheid. Frightened that their baby sister Dineo will die, thirteen-year-old...

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    Kim Gangte - Dialogue with an Adventist member of parliament in India Grade 11-Lifelong
    Kim Gangte answers questions regarding her life and career - 1, 5, 7 How did you become involved in working for human rights? What message do you have for Christians who would like to get involved in politics? Do you see any role for the Adventist Church in...

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    NAD Social Studies Curriculum Guide K-8 Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This 2005 40-page NAD curriculum guide includes the Adventist philosophy guiding Social Studies education, general goals, strands and essential learnings in history, civics and government, geography, economics, individuals, society and culture. Appendix A...

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    Religious Freedom - Universal Human Right Tertiary
    Religion is present in every society in the world. If in Aristotelian thought the human being is naturally political, he is also naturally a human being who believes in something religious or not necessarily religious. The balance of the relationship between...

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    Talking to Your Students About HIV/AIDS Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The AIDS causing virus HIV infects approximately 60 million people worldwide, and this number grows by 16,000 everyday. Discussed are guidelines for effective school health education to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS. Schools have a responsibility to teach...

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    The Bible, Law, and Freedom - Biblical Insights into Natural Law and Human Freedoms Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The Bible has strongly influenced the foundation and framework of the development of the Western legal system over the last two thousand years. Several key ideas that are critical to the legal frameworks of liberal democracies are deeply imbedded in...

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    The Bully-Free Classroom Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Kick off your school year with this six week jump start bully-free program presented at the 2012 NAD Teachers Convention. Your students will learn strategies for handling a bully, how to be a supportive by-stander, and all this in the Christian frame work...

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    Umutoni Aïssa - Dialogue with Rwanda’s National Human Rights Commission Officer Grade 11-Lifelong
    "That early crucible of intense struggles of the soul shaped Aïssa into who she is today. She chose to study law, worked tirelessly for the causes of human rights and equality, and finally ended up working as Rwanda’s National Human Rights...