For Michael from Ghana, globalisation means the unfair global trade in his country’s agricultural products. For Norma from Honduras, globalisation represents the consumer culture she believes is destrying her country’s national identity. While Akinsami from Nigeria considers the globalisation of human rights as beneficial in halting human rights abuses.
This guide introduces us to globalisation, it’s definitions, history and some key players. It provides us with alternative answers and explains why young people are SO important in this debate.
It takes us on a journey around the world from Africa to the Pacific Islands and also looks at 7 global topics such as education, trade and newly emerging issues.
Once all the research done the guide lays out 10 major ways in which we can influence the way the world is headed!
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