The natural movement of the world population

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MOVEMENT AGAINST GLOBALISATION
Social groups and nongovernmentalorganisations(NGOs),organise protests thatglobalisation.Use the following arguments:
-Globalisation imposes a capitalist economic model.
-Decisions affecting national economies are made by supranational institutions.
-The most powerful countries impose their language,culture and customs on
weakercountries.
UNEQUAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Today,people often use the term North to refer to the industrialised world and Southto refer to underdeveloped countries(also known as Third World).The followingindicators are used:
-GDPper capita:in developed countries,it is over 100000 dollars.
-Literacy rate.
The UN uses the Human Development Index(HDI),which includes economic
data,health and education.
-Life expectancy at birth.
-Yearsof schooling.

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