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Aaina Chopra

on 6 March 2013

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What are the different wants from a 1st World child compared to the average 3rd World child working for child labour? What are needs and wants? Why do the wants differ? What do 1st world children think about child labour? Thanks For Watching By: Aaina and Jojo :) Game Time! Lets Watch... So to sum it up... GoAnimate!! 2 Worlds People, mainly children are forced to have dreadful lifestyles because of the unethical choices made by the consumers and producers which obviously effect on their wants and needs, Producers and Consumers have rights and responsibilities but sadly, they don't choose to obey them and thus destroying young children's lives, :( in 1 Wants differ because 3rd world children don't have much idea of the luxuries we have. 3rd World children are only aware of a harsh and unforgiving life! Whereas 1st World Children only think of life as gaming, technology, desserts, etc. A very small population have idea of what child labour is, They don't care about any people and since they haven't faced any of the harsh conditions their wants vary a lot from those that have. http://goanimate.com/videos/0T3gxTFKKnH4/1 WANTS 1st World 3rd World CHILDREN - * Money
* Technology
* Popularity
* No HomeWork
* Scooters, Bicycles. etc
* A backstage pass to celebrities * Food, Water
* Relaxing
* Money
* Peace and Happiness
* School
* Medicine
* Life-long Skills
*Be like the people in the Euro
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