Sunday, 29 April 2012
Present a written argument or case to an educated reader with no specialist knowledge of the following topic.
Should wealthy nations be required to share their wealth among poorer nations by providing such things as food and education? Or is it the responsibility of the governments of poorer nations to look after their citizens themselves?
Around the world there are many differences among countries lifestyle, richness, education level, etc. It is usual that people tend to think that wealthy nations have a bigger responsibility than poorer over politicians and decisions.
In fact, the world is in richer's countries hands, and they often have control about important decisions which affect all world population. They have a big chance to help poor places, and promote the global development. However, they are used to focusing just on their welfare.
On the other hand, it is usual that poor countries have more natural resources than richer ones. For example, nations as South Africa have a lot of gold, in general more than any other place around the world. Though, countries such as New Zealand do not have gold, and they are richer with a good use of their sheep. So, poor nations have a high responsibility in their reality, and anybody can help them until they make a decision to have a different lifestyle.
In my opinion, it is necessary to make a deal about good ways to help poor nations to improve their life; but it is not only responsibility of rich countries. It is necessary that poor nations start new ways of living, and if they need help to put on their projects, it is essential that they find help in richer nations. In this way, wealthy nations would help the poorest, and the poorest would make a good use of this help.
In conclusion, the world responsibility is not of poor or rich, it is responsibility of all of us. So it is necessary that all of us make an effort to improve our life, and it is a bad idea to continue waiting for other's help.