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Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Where am I @

So this week has been hard for me because I've just been thinking on my own lately about moving out of the Health Physics Academy or whatever it's called but, sorry. I want out of this because the way I want my future to start in high school now is to go with what I can handle, what I want what is best for me. So eventually I did try knocking that door down but my teacher and this other teacher is pushing me back to where I don't want to be. They say "I think it's better if you stay here because this class gets extra tutoring from tutors" and believe me I appreciate it but I don't think this is my future pathway. Even though I really like it here, but though it's not my passion here. And I'm sorry Ms. Wells if you're reading this. I just wanted to see what it is like here and if I would enjoy it or not and I feel like I'll rather just be a ordinary student without this Health Physics thing sorry. (This was something off my chest that I wanted to say...)

Thursday, 7 February 2019

Learning Update

What went well for me this week is how productive and efficient I've been towards all my subjects and no doubt that I will drop my success hopefully throughout this whole year. As I am learning everyday and doing my school work I am not sure when my next internal due is (which I need to find out soon). Something I need help with is....nothing really I think and I'm sure that I am up to date with every subject. But when I am in need of help I know that I have my teachers here for support.

Thursday, 13 September 2018

Child Trafficking in Ghana

I couldn't believe that Ghana, a western African country could possibly solve their problems by Child Trafficking. In Ghana there are children being smuggled or being transported to work in Farms of cocoa bean for hours. The only reason for this problem is to get money out of it to probably help with the groceries and etc.

This can have a negative impact on the children especially at a young age. Because they won't have an education during their childhood days. When they grow up to be mature young adults they won't know how to read or do the math because they were troubled with working on the farm. Some parents won't let their children eat as well, if they won't go to work at the cocoa farms.

So the government is currently trying to resolve this issue from happening to our young generation. Because buyers or companies are too into chocolate they would need the cocoa beans, and that causes child trafficking. But if farmers join the Unions of Fair trade they would get a fair price from the cocoa beans, and the profits would go back into the community.

Friday, 7 September 2018

Child Labour in India

India has the highest number of child labourers in the world. There are at least 60 million children are working under age and this is dangerous. The types of work that children in low caste work in is construction probably with no protection which is unhealthy. This can affect children by not having a childhood, and education.Image result for child labour in india

Friday, 24 August 2018

Child Labour

Child labour is children under the age of 15 years old who are working long hours in hazardous conditions which leads to psychological/physical harm to the brain.

An immediate effect on a child who works under age is getting tired from working long hours and not getting an education or daily meals. And a long time effect on child labour is their income-earning potential as adults.

The reason why there are millions of children working as child labourers is because families or parent's who are too weak or too old can't work anymore to pay off their debts. So they "bond" a child. Bonding a child is giving your own child to work off the payments so eventually at the end debts will be paid.

To me child labour is out of hand. There should not be any more child labourers around the world period because education is our birth right, so against child labour we must fight.

Wednesday, 22 August 2018

Human Rights is a document that was declared in 1948 after the world war two. The purpose was because the rules or laws were not acted right in different countries. There is 30 human rights applied with this document.

Some nations or governments can’t really provide or try and put a stop to negative doings so every human being can obey to the UDHR.  In some countries like China & Russia the Universal Declaration of Human Rights don’t apply to them, maybe because back in the day their tradition was really strict and had to do things differently or something or someone who violated their lives.

Countries like New Zealand & Sweden have a high standard than most countries of obeying by the laws and knowing what is right for every human. But it doesn't mean there are incidents happening at times in those countries.

The differences between the countries who have taken role in the UDHR and those countries who haven't is the ones who have taken part of the human rights they probably live in a stabled house with daily food to eat but, on the other hand other countries that don't use the UDHR are probably living in the streets, motherless/fatherless, working under the age limit.

Thursday, 24 May 2018

Amazon Rainforest - Geographically Significant

The Amazon Rainforest is a geographical significant place because of its features of the landscape and the living creatures on the land and sea. The Amazon Rainforest is the largest rainforest international and it only covers 6% of the Earth's land surface and it is home to over 50% of global biodiversity.

The Amazon Rainforest is located in South America right on the equator so with the sun always rising from that specific point it is mostly hot there and sometimes rainy. The Amazon Rainforest runs through Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador & Peru.

"Lungs Of The Planet" they call the Amazon Rainforest. Because there are so many trees there and they provide pure oxygen and clean out the c02 in the air and all the negative oxygen in the air. So that's why the Amazon Rainforest is also called the "Lung's Of The Planet."