IGG VOYAGER Compulsory Challenge GLOBAL AWARENESS

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Description

Investigate how many companies now produce Fair Trade chocolate products. Compare a fair-trade bar with an ordinary bar (its a rich man's world)

Resources

Copies of benefits (see overleaf) per group

Instructions

Introduction This activity will show what a developing country will do to get work contracts

It a Rich Man’s World
Instructions
• Divide the girls into their patrols
• Pick one girl from each Patrol to represent a rich country
• The rich country stays together on one side of the room
• The developing countries stay on the other side
• The rich country has decided to set up a big new factory in a developing country
• The developing countries are competing against each other to ‘win’ the investment
• As a developing country decide which of the benefits (see overleaf) you are willing to give up in order to win the investment. Choose up to 3 (or none!)
• Approach the rich country with your offer
• At the end, the rich country announces which developing country it will invest in and why
Discussion
At the end have a discussion about why people were willing to give up certain benefits and not others. Were you surprised at benefits other people were willing to give up?

Acknowledgement/Source
IGG GAT Resource Pack

Attachments/Template needed for activity: Yes

Tags

  • chocolate
  • compulsory challenge
  • fair trade
  • IGG
  • uneven distribution

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