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Racism

  1. 1. Sonal Priyanka
  2. 2. Introduction In this presentation we are discussing about the various factors of Racism at the international level. Here, we are putting some light on the major issues which has shaken the whole world.
  3. 3. Index What is Racism? Types of Racism International student nationality Reverse Racism Racial attacks and human rights violation Effects of Racism Causes of Racism Anti-Racism Protest against Racism Prevention of Racism Conclusion Reference
  4. 4. What is Racism? Racism is actions or practices that consider different races to be ranked as inherently superior or inferior to each other. It is based on presumed shared inheritable traits, abilities, or qualities.
  5. 5. Types of Racism: State Racism. Direct Racism. Indirect Racism. Internalized Racism.
  6. 6. International student nationality 46% 30% 10% 4% 5% 5% Others China India Vietnam Malaysia South Korea
  7. 7. Reverse Racism Anti-white discrimination. Often used in conjunction with practices designed to help minorities, such as affirmative action. Social programs have not only generated cries of “reverse racism” but people of color in positions of power have also .
  8. 8. Racial attacks and human rights violation Right of all persons against any forms of racial discrimination. Right against any form of discrimination against women. Right to life. Right to justice remedy. Indigenous people’s right .
  9. 9. Effects of Racism Physiological and emotional distress to the person or race being discriminated. Causes disputes. Causes instability and makes hard for people to trust among themselves to live in harmony.
  10. 10. Causes of Racism Stereotypes. Xenophobia. Ignorance and fear of global cultures. Poverty and unemployment. Pullying and prejudices passed down to children from parents.
  11. 11. Anti-Racism Actions, movements and policies developed to oppose racism.
  12. 12. Protest against Racism Civil Right Movement (1955-1965) Indian students protesting on 31 May 2009 in Melbourne against racially motivated crimes. Protest at Jantar Mantar over the killing of 19-year- old, Nido Tania.
  13. 13. Prevention of Racism  Religious text and philosophical works states that people are inherently equal  Be smart  Be friend with other non-racist  Promote diversity  Try to be a member anti-racism group  Read and listen to books and music that promote an anti-racism point of view
  14. 14. Conclusion Racism is wrong but people tend to take it out of proportion. We just need to careful about what we say and don’t take the remarks wrong way.
  15. 15. Reference For making this power point presentation we have taken help from the following sources: The WIKIPEDIA THE TIMES OF INDIA The following Websites: www.google.in www.yahoo.in www.debate.org

Hinweis der Redaktion

  • In 1919, a proposal to include a racial equality provision in the Covenant of the League of Nations was supported by a majority, but not adopted in the Paris Peace Conference, 1919. In 1943, Japan and its allies declared work for the abolition of racial discrimination to be their aim at the Greater East Asia Conference.[53] Article 1 of the 1945 UN Charter includes "promoting and encouraging respect for human rights and for fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race" as UN purpose.
    In 1950, UNESCO suggested in The Race Question —a statement signed by 21 scholars such as Ashley Montagu, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Gunnar Myrdal, Julian Huxley, etc. — to "drop the term race altogether and instead speak of ethnic groups".

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