They work to stop discrimination against disabled people, men and women and people from different races and cultures. They also want to make sure peoples human rights are respected. Human rights are about how we treat each other, they are about: respect, freedom, equality, dignity and fairness. Human rights include: The right to life - this means that your life is as important as anyone else’s. The right to respect for private and family life - this means the right to live as a family.
Growing Pains There is no tougher time in a man’s life than the transition from a young man to an adult. There are challenges around every corner and one wrong decision can cause a setback with numerous implications for breaking the rules society has set. Young men are supposed to follow in their father’s footsteps and are not supposed to go against authority. These roles are often defined for them before they’re even old enough to drive. If a young man chooses to step outside these boundaries set by society, he is labeled as rebellious, and therefore, a threat to society.
Greasy Lake Greasy Lake, by T. Coraghessan Boyle, reveals a time where three teenage boys have an enlightened transformation as they go through a series of mistakes, repercussion, and reformation. The three friends, who have considered themselves “dangerous” and “bad boys”, realize that being "bad" is not anything like they imagined. After experiencing a night full of terrible misadventure, the boys realize that living a truly wayward and high-risk lifestyle is not for them. Boyle’s coming of age story explores a turning point of the young men’s road to maturity. The three boys in Greasy Lake go through a sequence of events which cause them to think differently about themselves; they go find themselves making mistakes, reaping the consequences, and experience an enlightened transformation.
It makes them feel important in society and in our lives. Respect: Regardless of the age, culture, disability etc. of a resident its showing them we will support them in what they believe is important. Rights: Every resident we care for should have the same rights as they did when they were living independently. 505 Effective partnership working is when different organisations or individuals work together toward aiming for the same goal.
The event of Laura’s death is a defining moment for Charlie and the aftermath of that event lead Charlie to notice the small town morality of Corrigan, such as its inclination to participate in myth making and rumours. The actuality of racism in the form of the racial preconception undergone by the Lu family and the hypocrisy of the community which embodies and depends on the shire president and sergeant are exposed to Charlie in the result of the discovery of Laura Wishart. Throughout the novel, Charlie has to reassess what he understands to be right and wrong. This is demonstrated when Charlie reveals “This is the first time I’ve ever dared to sneak away from home. The thrill of this, coupled with the fact the Jasper Jones needs my help, already fills the movement with something portentous” His response isn’t different to the way he would usually act.
In the story “Greasy Lake" by Tom Coraghessan Boyle, a group of youngsters are searching for that one situation that will declare them as bad boys .Boyle used the theme of being bad by using the different characters to symbolize someone always trying to be more than they really are which many teenagers could relate to. The bar is set high on being bad ,in order to be looked at as cool or popular.The narrator in the beginng of the story thought him and his friends were cool and that "it was good to be bad, when you cultivated decadence like a taste. "(Boyle 408) Painful lessons were learned that teaches the narrator that there will be consequences .Boyle uses many symbols to create the theme. From the begging of the story , the car they drive to Greasy Lake was an old station wagon, thats without a doubt ,not the “ride” of a true tough-guy. Soon as the boys arrive at the Greasy Lake, a “chopper” is parked on the shore, and next to it is a 57 Chevy (Boyle 413).
To be a good role model in the workplace to employees I manage I can firstly take on the attitude of leading by example; by doing this I will gain respect I require from my employees. Secondly, I need to be aware of my behavior and its effect on others. I also need to give off positive energy to the work environment and constantly encourage staff. To be a good role model means I have to treat everyone the same; there can be no prejudices or preferences for people. It is important for me to respect people and their opinions, always listen to people and make them feel valued and lastly always act professional.
At the heart of all the planning approaches is the belief that every single individual has their own life to lead, a life that is right for them. 1.4. Beliefs and values differ when it comes to assessments as you want the individual to live their life how they want, however, their safety needs to be implemented also. 1.5. Sorting important to/for helps us to see what is important to the individual and what makes them happy.
The personal code of ethics will mold me to be a better person to the community and the society that I belong into. Life would be dull unless you put meaning to it, by the personal code of ethics I will embrace the essential meaning of my existence and makes me able to partake to the obligations I want to return to the community and the society in general in which I owe something and as one of the many reasons that made me whole.