How can one become an active member of the global village? ?

And also, what are the advantages of global citizenship for your entire country?

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  • 1 month ago

    There's no such thing as 'global citizenship' - you have whatever citizenships you were born with or have acquired. Being part of the 'global village' doesn't give you any rights to travel / live anywhere else; but it does have the potential to bring opportunities and knowledge to you

  • 1 month ago

    In England you can just about call yourself a village with less than 3000 residents although they’re usually much much smaller. So there’s obviously no such thing as a global village. There are no advantages to global citizenship , only disadvantages. It implies a one world government , which would be a disaster for ordinary people. The further you are away from those in power, the less say you have, and the less it acts in your interests.

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