Is enough being done to stop the exploitation of workers in the developing world?
I think that people should think more about how the world should stop the exploitation of workers in developing countries.
I have two reasons to support my opinion.
First, there are a lot of people that are forced to do dangerous tasks without receiving enough wages. Consumption levels are too high in developed countries. In order to meet the demand, large corporations have built factories worldwide and manufactured various kinds of things. As a result, we can live our daily lives very comfortably. However, at the same time, the number of people who need to do the hard work is increasing significantly.
Second, even many children are forced to do dangerous works. In Africa, around 20% of children are forced to do so. The fact that there are children who work to manufacture chocolate in Ghana is typical example. They often don’t have access to education. So, they can’t think about how to improve the situation in the future.
From these two reasons, I believe that more should be done to stop the exploitation of workers in developing world. (179 words)