SP09, Engelska C
" Help to make prejudice and discrimination a subject in school"
Because of the migrants in the world plus the great compression that are happening prejudices and discrimination are more important than never before. People need to understand from youthful ages which it doesn't matter where you originate from or what color your skin layer is, that matters is definitely your persona and how you respond to others.
Yesterday, in Stockholm, I had been talking to my personal cousin and she informed me that I under no circumstances should live in Tensta since, according with her, it's a incredibly dangerous place because it simply lives bad guys there. Privately I'm sure that the majority of the people in Tensta happen to be normal, nice people that not have done anything at all criminal - it's only her bias that claim something different.
I see every day just how common prejudices are, my local freinds have prejudices, my family offers prejudices and i also, that observe myself as a very bias free person, find occasionally that also I have some prejudices.
Discrimination is unfortunately also common in our society. A while ago I actually read a study that professors at the LinnГ© university in Kalmar had written and that showed that the majority of the companies in Sweden discriminated people with Persia names. In the event that there were two persons with exactly the same attributes and experience in the research, and one of these was named Martin Johansson and the additional Abd al Hakim only the first will be called to a interview even though the second will be sorted aside immediately.
Nevertheless I think that it can be easy to forget and that we must remember that elegance can work in every way - white against black, dark-colored against light, men against women, females against males, and so on. Therefore I believe that we need to work for a society that is equal in each scale.
I do think that a method to solve the problem with prejudices and discrimination is to set a main subject in school. By doing so every child...