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See active citizen
- ‘If our principal objective is to ensure newcomers can enjoy responsible and active citizenship in our liberal democracy, then we must take the tests seriously.’
- ‘It will be all about preparing young people for the active citizenship which the winners of this year's awards have so ably shown.’
- ‘Volunteers will receive a discount in their council tax bills as part of a drive to build a new culture of active citizenship and moral responsibility, the Labour manifesto will say this week.’
- ‘The problem is there hasn't been a major initiative to increase active citizenship and allow people to take on their responsibilities.’
- ‘Their involvement was part of a curriculum for active citizenship.’
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