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  • 30.06.2020
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Gar­ment Wor­ker

You be­long to the group of gar­ment wor­kers in Ban­gla­desh. What you want, is to keep your job, but also to achie­ve safer and over­all bet­ter wor­king con­di­ti­ons for yours­elf and your fel­low wor­kers.
Pre­pa­re for the dis­cus­sion! Check your ho­me­work for the best ar­gu­ments to use as a gar­ment wor­ker. Com­pa­re and con­sider your stron­gest points with your fel­low wor­kers!

Con­sider...
  • What do you want?
  • How can you ju­sti­fy your in­te­rests?
  • How can you ju­sti­fy ne­gelc­ting others‘ in­te­rests?
  • How does your back­ground in­for­ma­ti­on sup­port your ar­gu­ments?
CEO

You be­long to the group of CEO's (chief exe­cu­ti­ve of­ficer). What you want, is your com­pa­ny to pro­du­ce as cheap as pos­si­ble. Also, you do not want any scan­dal around your brand, so so­mehow you are in­te­res­ted in the safe­ty of the wor­kers. Your task is
howe­ver, to gain the big­gest pro­fit for the com­pa­ny.
Pre­pa­re for the dis­cus­sion! Check your ho­me­work for the best ar­gu­ments on the com­pa­ny side. Com­pa­re and con­sider your stron­gest points with other CEO's!

Con­sider...
  • What do you want?
  • How can you ju­sti­fy your in­te­rests?
  • How can you ju­sti­fy ne­gelc­ting others‘ in­te­rests?
  • How does your back­ground in­for­ma­ti­on sup­port your ar­gu­ments?
Con­su­mer

You be­long to the group of con­su­mers in Eu­ro­pe. What you want, is cheap but good-​quality clo­thing. Howe­ver, you know that the wor­king con­di­ti­ons in the gar­ment in­dus­try are not the best. Still, you try to block this out whe­ne­ver you go shop­ping for clothes.
Pre­pa­re for the dis­cus­sion! Check your ho­me­work for the best ar­gu­ments on the con­su­mer side. Com­pa­re and con­sider your stron­gest points with other shop­ping lo­vers!

Con­sider...
  • What do you want?
  • How can you ju­sti­fy your in­te­rests?
  • How can you ju­sti­fy ne­gelc­ting others‘ in­te­rests?
  • How does your back­ground in­for­ma­ti­on sup­port your ar­gu­ments?
Ac­ti­vist

You be­long to the group of ac­ti­vists in Ban­gla­desh and all over the world. What you want is to be able to go shop­ping wit­hout fee­ling guil­ty. Thus, you want nice clo­thing wit­hout the gar­ment wor­kers ha­ving to work in such bad con­di­ti­ons. You de­fi­ni­te­ly think that
peo­ple should care more and take ac­tion.
Pre­pa­re for the dis­cus­sion! Check your ho­me­work for the best ar­gu­ments on the ac­ti­vist side. Com­pa­re and con­sider your stron­gest points with other ac­ti­vists!

Con­sider...
  • What do you want?
  • How can you ju­sti­fy your in­te­rests?
  • How can you ju­sti­fy ne­gelc­ting others‘ in­te­rests?
  • How does your back­ground in­for­ma­ti­on sup­port your ar­gu­ments?
Dis­cus­sion Lea­der

You are the mo­de­ra­tor that leads the dis­cus­sion. Your task is to in­tro­du­ce the topic and pro­vi­de the state­ment that is the star­ting point of the dis­cus­sion. Du­ring the dis­cus­sion you need to give the word to the dif­fe­rent par­ties. Try and make the amount of their
spea­king time as equal as pos­si­ble. Also, if the con­ver­sa­ti­on gets too calm too quick­ly, ad­dress peo­ple/par­ties di­rec­t­ly and ask them to give their opi­ni­ons.
Pre­pa­re for the dis­cus­sion by no­ting down use­ful phra­ses for the mo­de­ra­ti­on. Also, pre­pa­re the short in­tro­duc­tion and ques­ti­ons on the topic that you can ask if nee­ded.

Keep in mind: Do ask pro­vo­ca­tive­ly! For your pre­pa­ra­ti­on con­sider...
  • What do the dif­fe­rent par­ties want?
  • How can they ju­sti­fy their in­te­rests?
  • How can they ju­sti­fy ne­gelc­ting others‘ in­te­rests?
  • How does their back­ground in­for­ma­ti­on sup­port their ar­gu­ments?