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  • Self-Awareness If the world was made out of 100 people Baturay Özden
  • Today…
    • If the world was made out of 100 people: movie
    • Group-discussion
    • Cultural Sensitivity
  • Short movie
    • If the world was made out of 100 people…
  • What do you think?
    • About your life ’s worth…
    • About the future you would have…
    • About how to change your life…
    • About who can help you to change your life…
    • About people like yourself right now…
    • … If you imagine yourself to be in the following situations?
  • What if…
    • Your mother or father has HIV and has become too sick to
    • work. As the oldest child, many adult responsibilities
    • become yours: caring for the sick parent, looking after your
    • brothers and sisters, taking care of the house, earning
    • money, putting food on the table. Meanwhile, there isn't
    • enough money to buy the needed medicines for your
    • mother or father. Preparing for your future is put aside to
    • survive the present…
  • What if…
    • You live in one of the poorest countries which are locked in
    • a vicious circle in which poverty causes conflict and conflict
    • causes poverty. Many people die in combat or get sick
    • because of the spread of infectious diseases, caused by
    • refugees. You don ’t have a stable home, you don’t have
    • any childhood and you can ’t go to school. You will be
    • recruited as a soldier. Is there a future for you?
  • What if…
    • The systems in your country don ’t work well and you need
    • to find a way to get your things done. Or, you don ’t earn
    • enough money to live on, but you need to put food on the
    • table. Would you break procedures and laws? Would you
    • accept a bribe? Or would you try to change the
    • circumstances and fight against corruption?
    • Remember this though: corruption decreases the amount of
    • wealth in a country and lowers the standards of living.
  • What if…
    • You live in one of the poorest countries in this world with a
    • hugh dept to repay. There is just no money to pay for an
    • education system, no mony for any kind of healthservice,
    • and no money to pay for other needs in the social sector.
    • What would your future be like?
  • What if…
    • You live in a developing country. This means the social,
    • economic, political, cultural and environmental conditions
    • are not developed yet. So, you live below an acceptable
    • standard of living. You don ’t have access to the basics,
    • such as food, housing, a job, health services, education
    • and safety. You just try to live through the day.
  • What if…
    • Your physical or mental condition keeps you from being
    • able to function in an expected manner. Even though there
    • are many opportunities for you to learn more skills, your
    • parents don ’t think you’re able to do so. They try to hide
    • you and exclude you from community activities, such as
    • school. This means you will be isolated and the only
    • contact you have with other people is within your own
    • family.
  • What if…
    • There aren ’t enough resources in your country to
    • provide for a good education system.
  • What if…
    • Your country doesn ’t have good developed laws and
    • regulations (good legal systems, fair tax policies) to create
    • a good working private sector. This means that it is difficult
    • for you to start your own business or to find a desent job in
    • an existing one. Now you ’re unable to escape from poverty.
  • What if…
    • You are a farmer. The last couple of years your business
    • had major setbacks. Not only were your crops damaged
    • because of extreme wheater (hurricanes, tornados, floods),
    • this year you are experiencing the devastating results of
    • pollution. Everything you grew on your land got polluted
    • and you are not able to sell a thing. All your resources are
    • gone so now you have to consider finding another job.
  • What if…
    • You are a woman living in the Sub-Saharen in Africa.
    • You ’re considered to be the property of your husband:
    • everything you do, you do because your husband tells you
    • to do so. Asking questions is not an option. You don ’t have
    • a say in the raise of your children, you don ’t have a say in
    • when or where to be touched, and when your husband is in
    • a bad mood, you are the one he punishes.
  • What if…
    • Globalization brings the world closer through the exchange of goods
    • and products, information, knowledge and culture.
    • Your country has not been able to profit from globalization,
    • due to the fast and dramatical changes in the last couple of
    • years. This means that your country has not been able to
    • grow as fast as other countries did and now your country is
    • experiencing economical disadvantages.
  • What if…
    • You live in a developing country. The environment you live
    • in is unsafe and unclean. You can ’t provide for sufficient
    • nutrition and there is no possibility to gain acces to medical
    • care. You are sick and you are a risk for other people.
    • You ’re just wondering how much longer you have to live
    • like this.
  • What if…
    • You live in a place without strong infrastructures. This
    • means that you don ’t have any access to electricity or
    • clean drinking water. Because of this, you have major
    • health problems. The nearest hospital is hours away, and
    • the roads leading you to that place are in a bad condition.
    • You are doubting to go, because with your health at the
    • moment, you might not succeed to get to the hospital at all.
  • What if…
    • Milennium Development Goals are targets set by the UN to
    • cut the world poverty in half by 2015.
    • You live in a poor country and your government is receiving
    • money to solve the poverty problem. But, your government
    • does not know how to spend this money. This means that
    • up untill now, you haven ’t seen any changes, and you are
    • wondering if there will ever be a better life for you.
  • What if…
    • You live in a poor country and you ’re not able to sell
    • your products to other countries. The trade barriers keep
    • you from doing so. This means you can ’t profit from trade
    • and you aren ’t able to improve your living conditions.
    • You ’re struggling to provide in your needs.
  • What if…
    • You live at the countryside and you want to find a job in the
    • big city to improve your family ’s life. You know that a lot of
    • people want to do the same. The chance you will find a
    • place there is not very high because of this. That means
    • you would have to set up a shelter at the outskirts, where it
    • is very dangerous. The chance your home will be flooded
    • at that place is very high. What to do?
  • What do you think?
    • About your life ’s worth…
    • About the future you would have…
    • About how to change your life…
    • About who can help you to change your life…
    • About people like yourself right now…
    • … If you imagine yourself to be in these situations?
  • Now you ’ve heard all this…
    • … Let ’s discuss what’s on your mind!
    • You will have 20 minutes.
  • Time is up…
    • Please present what you have discussed.
  • And what if…
    • You were the one person with all possibilities.
    • Would you care to try to make a difference
    • in this world?
  • Cultural Sensitivity
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  • Australia
  • France
  • Amsterdam
  • Spain
  • Africa
  • Hawaï
  • India
  • Mexico
  • Texas
  • Thaïland
  • Colombia
  • London
  • Caribbean
  • USA
  • And Finally...
  • Romania
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