Done By :           <br />Johan Osman(s10048527)<br />OngJiajun Gerald(S10049284J)<br />ThamZhiHao(s10050890)<br />Wendy L...
PART A<br />What was not right with France in 2005 and<br />2006?<br />
Paris riots of 2005<br />Civil Unrest in the French Suburbs, November 2005<br />
Paris riots of 2005<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2szzQEfYXU&feature=fvw<br />
How the riots start?<br />Started after &quot;accidental“ death of 2 teenagers.<br />They died due to <br /><ul><li>Escapi...
Escaping into an electrical substation and suffered severe electrical burns</li></ul>Riot started as the others fear that ...
Prejudices leading to discrimination<br />Immigrants<br /><ul><li>religious tension
societies negative perceptions of Islam.
negative perceptions on African and Arabic </li></ul>Paris riots of 2005<br />
Social Inequality<br />Police  operation <br /><ul><li>Police harassment
required to present identity papers
being held as long as four hours at the police station
their parents must come before the police will release them</li></ul>Paris riots of 2005<br />
Others<br />Jobs<br /><ul><li>Discrimination against immigrants when it comes to employment.</li></ul>Paris riots of 2005<...
Paris riots of 2006<br />Anti-CPE Movement: Paris demonstration and riot, 18th March 2006<br />
Social inequality<br />First employment contract<br /><ul><li>For under 26
Encourage social pressure with a view to lowering wages</li></ul>Paris riots of 2006<br />
Prejudices leading to discrimination<br />Against those under 26 years old<br />Others<br />Effect<br /><ul><li>Youth go t...
Differences between 2005 and 2006 Paris riots<br />
Differences between 2005 and 2006 Paris riots<br />
PART B What about Singapore in 2009?<br />
France VS Singapore<br />
France VS Singapore<br />Discrimination against Jobs<br />
France VS Singapore<br />Discrimination Against Citizenship<br />
France VS Singapore<br />Discrimination Against Age<br />
Local Majorities & Local Minorities<br />
Local Majorities & Local Minorities<br />
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  • Discrimination:Would not hire person from the suburb or with african or arabic names.
  • Singaporean
  • France- high unemploment rate for young immigrants-graduates leaving for better chance overseas.Singapore-graduates and local singaporeans find it hard to compete with cheaper, more experienced and technical foreign talents for jobs-local companies prefer hiring foreign talents because they are better and cheaper-local singaporeans may leave singapore to overseas for jobs.-local singaporeans who dont leave singapore for jobs and are jobless will be prejudice against foreign talent/worker for stealing their jobs-as local singaporeans leave singapore, more foreign talent or workers are needed to replace them in order to substain the economy-if left uncheck, could make the imagined future of 2061 a reality-There are almost daily country-wide demonstrations by the locally-born unemployed citizens protesting against the cheaper foreign labour whom they accuse of "stealing” their jobs.
  • FranceDiscrimination in France against the Africans and the ArabsNot getting jobsregular police patrol, questioning immigrants
  • France-With the contract, those under 26 years old can be fired without reason.-Those opposed to the First Employment Contract were worried that it could compromise job security, encourage social pressure with a view to lowering wages, and impede employees in having legal recourse in cases of sexual harassment or other abuse, since this could lead to their subsequently being fired.Singapore-Companies prefer young workers with more energy than old workers
  • Avg Household SizeNational 3.7Chinese 3.6Malay 4.2
  • According to statistics an average Malay household size is about 4.2, while the other are about 3.7. Even though the household size for the Malays is higher the average income is lower then the others, forThis graph shows the income of the national average income below $3000, the chinese and the malays. Malays household percentage that earns below 3000 is 55.86 while the Chinese is 37.51. National 47.08 This graph shows the percentage of the national avg income below $3000, which includes the chinese and malay. The
  • Now if the problems are uncheck, it will lead singapore to a slightly similar case of 2005 and 2006 of france.
  • Wisp Assignment 2 France

    1. 1. Done By : <br />Johan Osman(s10048527)<br />OngJiajun Gerald(S10049284J)<br />ThamZhiHao(s10050890)<br />Wendy Lim (s10046365f)<br />Wong Kang QuanDavin(s10046849)<br />WISP Assignment 2 - France<br />
    2. 2. PART A<br />What was not right with France in 2005 and<br />2006?<br />
    3. 3. Paris riots of 2005<br />Civil Unrest in the French Suburbs, November 2005<br />
    4. 4. Paris riots of 2005<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2szzQEfYXU&feature=fvw<br />
    5. 5. How the riots start?<br />Started after &quot;accidental“ death of 2 teenagers.<br />They died due to <br /><ul><li>Escaping from the police harassment
    6. 6. Escaping into an electrical substation and suffered severe electrical burns</li></ul>Riot started as the others fear that they could be next.<br />Paris riots of 2005<br />
    7. 7. Prejudices leading to discrimination<br />Immigrants<br /><ul><li>religious tension
    8. 8. societies negative perceptions of Islam.
    9. 9. negative perceptions on African and Arabic </li></ul>Paris riots of 2005<br />
    10. 10. Social Inequality<br />Police operation <br /><ul><li>Police harassment
    11. 11. required to present identity papers
    12. 12. being held as long as four hours at the police station
    13. 13. their parents must come before the police will release them</li></ul>Paris riots of 2005<br />
    14. 14. Others<br />Jobs<br /><ul><li>Discrimination against immigrants when it comes to employment.</li></ul>Paris riots of 2005<br />
    15. 15. Paris riots of 2006<br />Anti-CPE Movement: Paris demonstration and riot, 18th March 2006<br />
    16. 16. Social inequality<br />First employment contract<br /><ul><li>For under 26
    17. 17. Encourage social pressure with a view to lowering wages</li></ul>Paris riots of 2006<br />
    18. 18. Prejudices leading to discrimination<br />Against those under 26 years old<br />Others<br />Effect<br /><ul><li>Youth go to other country for job</li></ul>Paris riots of 2006<br />
    19. 19. Differences between 2005 and 2006 Paris riots<br />
    20. 20. Differences between 2005 and 2006 Paris riots<br />
    21. 21. PART B What about Singapore in 2009?<br />
    22. 22. France VS Singapore<br />
    23. 23. France VS Singapore<br />Discrimination against Jobs<br />
    24. 24. France VS Singapore<br />Discrimination Against Citizenship<br />
    25. 25. France VS Singapore<br />Discrimination Against Age<br />
    26. 26. Local Majorities & Local Minorities<br />
    27. 27. Local Majorities & Local Minorities<br />
    28. 28. Local Majorities & Local Minorities<br />
    29. 29. Locals will become the minorities in Singapore<br />Foreign workers will discriminate the locals <br />Population of foreign workers continue to increase.<br />Brain drain of Singaporean<br />What will happen?<br />
    30. 30. PART C What can we do to prevent the imagined futureof 2061 from becoming a reality?<br />
    31. 31. PART C – What can we do to prevent the imagined future of 2061 from becoming a reality?<br /><ul><li>Social welfare
    32. 32. Provide help for the lower income families, such as free tuition, school fee subsides and loans for higher education.
    33. 33. Encourage Loyalty
    34. 34. Local universities & company set up connections. Incentives for companies that hire locals. </li></li></ul><li>PART C – What can we do to prevent the imagined future of 2061 from becoming a reality?<br /><ul><li>Education
    35. 35. Instead of doing campaigns, parents and their child should attend workshops that highlight the importance of education and racial harmony. Also informed how a poor family is can still achieve giving their children a higher level of education.
    36. 36. Employment
    37. 37. A company can only have a certain amount of foreign workers based on the number of total employees.</li></li></ul><li>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2005_civil_unrest_in_France<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_youth_protests_in_France<br />http://riotsfrance.ssrc.org/<br />http://thetension.blogspot.com/2006/03/paris-riots-2006-summary-sat-11-mar.html<br />http://libcom.org/gallery/news/france-cpe/paris-demonstration-riot-18th-march-2006<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2szzQEfYXU&feature=fvw<br />http://www.mom.gov.sg/publish/etc/medialib/mom_library/mrsd/md.Par.29225.File.tmp/mrsd_employment%20rate%20in%20singapore.pdf<br />http://www.cbc.ca/news/background/paris_riots/<br />http://www.nieman.harvard.edu/reportsitem.aspx?id=100487<br />http://www.mom.gov.sg/publish/momportal/en/communities/workplace_standards/employment_standards/The_Retirement_Age_Act.html<br />Acknowledgement <br />
    38. 38. The End<br />Thank You<br />

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