In this quiz, we will be discussing citizenship rights and responsibilities. More emphasis will be laid on the rights of human beings, some basic concepts about the law, our responsibilities as citizens of a country among others. To be a good citizen means we should know and have an understanding of citizenship.
Citizenship can be defined as the relationship between an individual and a state. In this state, the individual owes allegiance, and in return, receives protection. A citizen of a country has some rights and responsibilities (also known as duties). Some of the rights are The right to live, political rights, freedom of expression, and many others. Also, some of the duties are the obligation to respect, uphold, and defend the state’s sovereignty, the duty to cooperate with the state to protect and conserve the environment, etc.
Being a citizen means one should have basic knowledge of citizenship. For this reason, this quiz has that treated well. Also, there are other citizenship quizzes available on this platform. All you need to do is take the quiz.
On which day is 'International Human Rights Day' celebrated every year?
Which of these is acting responsibly?
Which of these is acting irresponsibly?
When a law is passed to protect a human right, what does it become?
Which charity played a key role in getting The Animal Welfare Act passed in 2006?
What is the name of the national disability charity that focuses on people with cerebral palsy?
Which of these is NOT a legal right?
What does UDHR stand for?
What is the name of a formal agreement between country leaders, politicians, and states concerning war crimes?
Many people with disabilities are still unaware of their rights. Which of these is a good way to raise awareness?
Which fundamental right is concerned with abolition of social distinctions?
Right to information is?
Which of the following is correct with respect to "Right against expolitation" ?
Child labour by 17 year olds
The death penalty: