The Importance Of Access To Information

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Access to information is one of the most important resources to achieve a higher level of quality of education as well as personal and democratic aspects. However, when speaking of access to information is not only about a useful tool for use by those countries that aspire to improve their education level. Speak access to information is also reference to a fundamental right of every citizen.

Part One and Part Two
The Inner Party is the highest position in society they were those belonging to the Inner Party the highest class. They lived in luxury developments isolated from other classes. Their story had all kinds of comforts and even had servants. They had good food and all sorts of vagaries. They could stop being monitored by switching off
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It educated the children taught extreme fanaticism for the Party so that it was his priority. Children came even inform on their parents. They are also inculcated aversion to sex, giving to understand that the only purpose of sex was generally more militant. It is also responsible for writing novels for young people in favor of the Party, and produce songs with stupid letters without any meaning. Old news that went against the party to modify and reprint newspapers sought in newspapers. With this process could deceive the proles and other members of the party about the past and turn the present. Ministry of Peace this ministry was dealing with matters related to the war. Its function was to maintain an ongoing war with a power or another, something that changed relying on the Ministry of Truth. Promoted hatred and violence given out in bringing citizens housed prisoners who were killed publicly. Ministry of Love was concerned to ensure the Party flattery. It is responsible for detecting the traitors and make these again unto love Big Brother and the Party. They used all kinds of physical and psychological torture. People really knew little about this ministry because it was said that anyone who entered had left to tell. Ministry of Plenty was the one who was responsible for economic issues. He earmarked most of the money to matters of …show more content…
He works in the Department of Registration falsifying the past. His parents and younger sister disappeared, possibly in a purge and this has marked him. Winston shows interest in the past, what happened before the revolution, as only he remembers little details. It has always doubt whether the world was. He wonders if life was always so bad or there was a previous era when life was better. His work of falsifying the past makes him wary of before, at the time of the capitalists live worse, as this also could ever invented. He hopes to make the future better things to change, but often lose that

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