Encounters: The Origins of Globalism
The first section of “The Global Citizen” gives us a basic premise on which to proceed with developing the ideal of what it means to adopt the idea of being a global citizen. How can one citizen be global? How can we be a “citizen” of the world? A way to begin to recognize the answers these questions we must first realize that global citizenship starts
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faults. Apartheid was the very non-progressive establishment that the global community let survive for too long. Today, South Africa struggles for democracy but the world still has yet to know the changes that a generation of global citizens could bring.
Knowing that there should be change in the world is an important factor in becoming a global citizen. That is because every encounter is dealt with by those just like us every day.