- Discrimination often results in conflicts which directly violate the countries’ economic, social and education aspects. i.e. the worsening situation in Sri Lanka where conflicts brokeout between Tamils and Sinhalese.
- Everyone deserves the right to be treated equally, regardless of race, religion, age and gender. This idealism is constantly reflected in our national pledge. Organizations such as the Woman Charter aims to improve gender discrimination in the society.
- No two individuals is born identical, hence we should appreciate each other’s difference so that we can learn the values within each other and improve for the better. This idea is reinforced through the process in Project Work.
- It is human nature that allows all forms of discrimination to appear in the society. People tend to attack those who are weaker than themselves in terms of physical strength, intelligence etc in order to obtain a sense of superiority. Jodi Picoult has successfully present this issue in her recent novel- nineteen minutes.
- With the presence of these discriminations, people then would be aspired to achieve the better and set targets for themselves to work towards.