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Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
Labor Powerpoint by Tessa and Esther
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  • 1. International Labor and Migration We are : M igrant C hildren i n C hina (MCIC)
    • Tessa Bertamini & Esther Wang
  • 2. Why it’s a global issue
    • Unfair paycheck
    • Discrimination
    • Poor working conditions
    • “ Brain Drain”
    • Laws
    http://www.ibiblio.org/obl/docs/yearbooks/images/MigrantWorkersPhoto003.gif
  • 3. How its affecting the world
    • Decrease Poverty Percentage
    • Remittances
    • New Culture Exchange
  • 4. What Others are doing
    • Building schools for migrant children
    • Programs that are focused on protecting the rights of migrant workers
    • Improving the workplace area
  • 5. Juan Somavia Director General for ILO (International Labor Organization)
    • “ Migrant workers are an asset to every country where they bring their labor. Let us give them the dignity they deserve as human beings and the respect they deserve as workers.”
  • 6. “ Working Conditions of Domestic Workers” (of Women)
    • Over time with difficult jobs
    • Sexually abused
    • Limited to workplace 24/7
    http://www.unfpa.org/swp/2006/english/images/chapter_2/Chap2.jpg
  • 7.
    • 60% migrant children aren’t able to attend schools
    • There are 379,980 migrant children aged from 6 to 15 in Shanghai by late September.
    • 1/3 of Beijing migrant children aren’t able to receive an education because there aren’t enough spaces for them at migrant schools.
    http://images.china.cn/images1/200706/395936.jpg
  • 8. China is the fastest growing nation in the whole world. This is possible because of all the migrant workers and all the works they have done. http://www.suitenet.org/cities/Shanghai.asp
  • 9. You Tube- Compassion for Migrant Children (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3P-0pHx-QC4&feature=related)
  • 10. Migrant Children In China
    • We believe all children has a right to an education
    • No matter where they are from
    http://english.gov.cn/2006-03/01/content_215161.htm
  • 11. A lot of Migrant Children are very fortunate Thanks to many organizations http://english.gov.cn/2006-03/01/content_215161.htm
  • 12. “ A Future and a Hope for Every Children” -Compassion for Migrant Children
    • Help improve the conditions of migrant schools
    • Provide a basic education for all migrant children
    http://www.cmc-china.org/
  • 13. We like their-
    • Community Centers
    • Cores & Special Classes
    • Health Programs
  • 14. Can anyone tell us how this relates to the issue, Migrant Children in China ?
    • “ Although we are in different boats you in your boat and we in our canoe we share the same river of life.”  
    • Chief Oren Lyons, Onandaga Nation, USA
    http://www.stillhq.com/events/pictures/20040717-dc/11.html
  • 15. It’s your turn now .
    • A quiz
    • GAME : Slap Jack
  • 16. Slap Jack
    • Please sit with your group.
    • One person from each team sits at the front desk
    • We will have the first part of a phrase on the board.
    • Your goal is to finish the second part.
    • But in order to say the answer, you would have to press the button before your opponent does.
    • Special Cases:
      • If your opponent gets it wrong, you have a chance to say the correct answer
      • If you weren’t able to get it as well. We move on.
  • 17. We are MCIC Migrant Children in China
    • Members: Tessa Bertamini & Esther Wang
    • We would like to provide a better life and education for migrant children.
    • They deserve this as much as we do.
  • 18. Websites :
    • Compassion for Migrant Children
    • http://www.cmc-china.org/index.html
    • http://www.cmc-china.org/getinvolved.html
    • UNCIEF
    • http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/china.html
    • Our Wiki
    • http://global-challenge.wikispaces.com/Categories+Hum2+Group+5
  • 19. Action Plans :
  • 20. Our Purpose-
    • We would like to inform Shanghai American School Pudong of the fact that migrant schools in China are closing because of financial problems . You may say to yourself, “Only migrant schools are closing, it isn’t a big deal. Why should we care?” Well migrant students aren’t allowed to attend local public schools because they aren’t local residents of the village. Therefore special organizations help build migrant schools for these students. We, as a whole community, can help make a difference by raising money for Compassion for Migrant Children . Who then will use the money we have donated and either build new schools or remodel current migrant schools.
  • 21. Our Message-
    • We believe that all children deserve the right to be educated , whether they are migrant children or local children. This factor shouldn’t affect whether they are able to learn or not. Even though a lot of children are being limited to have an education , we are determined to make a change to that . All of us are going to raise money by having fundraisers in order to keep all the schools in China right now. After our presentation our goal is to have everyone know about this and convince you to help make a difference .
  • 22. Short Term Goal :
    • -Fundraisers and Informing Others-
    To have -bake sales -marathons -banquets Allowing everyone to know about this issue and convincing them to do something about it http://www.alanosj.org/Whats_Happening/Bake_Sale/bakesale22a.jpg
  • 23. Long Term Goal :
    • -Habitat for Humanity-
    Join Habitat for Humanity in high school Suggest a trip that builds migrant schools in Asia www.facebook.com- someone’s account
  • 24. WHY ?
    • Every children deserves a right to be educated.
    • If they aren’t educated …
    • What’s going to happen in the future?
  • 25. Children are the future.
  • 26.
    • If all of us are receiving an education,
    http://metropolis-sh.com/newpic/Shanghai-American-School-Jan10.jpg
  • 27.
    • Why shouldn’t they?
    http://www.historycooperative.org/journals/whq/34.3/images/rodriguez_fig02b.jpg
  • 28. Now if you have any questions, please ask either one of us right now. Thank you so much. We appreciate all of your attention and hopefully we have taught you all something.

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