A Beginner’s Guide to Active Citizenship By Chidera Okoma

An active citizenship or an engaged citizens also means people getting involved in their communities and
democratic processes at all levels, from the grassroot upwards. It is frequently used to describe citizens that engage in a broad range of activities that promote and sustain democracy.

These actions include civil society activities such as protesting and collecting petitions, community activities such as volunteering, and conventional

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