Another benefit of dual citizenship is the ability to own property in either country.
Citizenship education can be defined as educating children, from early childhood, to become clear-thinking and enlightened citizens who participate in decisions concerning society.
Conversely, citizenship education which trains ‘good’ citizens, ie.
citizens aware of the human and political issues at stake in their society or nation, requires from each citizen ethical and moral qualities.
Citizenship education has, therefore, three main objectives: If there is one idea inherent in civics education, because it concerns politics and institutions, it is the idea of democracy.
Comprehensive citizenship education cannot dispense with this concept or with a knowledge of the institutions that enable a country to function democratically.