This project is connected to the Sustainable Development Goals, especially 10.

At the end of this lesson:
- You will know how to measure whether a country is rich or poor and by what calculation.
- You know what the poverty line means.
- You can explain why life expectancy varies so much between countries.
- Do you know the relationship between life expectancy and feelings of happiness?
- Do you know why t-shirts and other textile products remain cheap?
- Do you know why multinationals pay little in taxes? 

At the end of this assignment, you will know the meaning of the following terms:
* Income inequality
* Gross National Product (GNP)
* Purchasing power
* Gini coefficient
* Life expectancy
* World Happiness Report
* Low-wage country
* Race to the bottom
* Tax evasion
* Tax evasion
* Fair taxation


Final product
As a final product of this assignment, you protest against the poor conditions in the clothing industry. With the final product you show that you have achieved the learning goals..

The final product will be graded by your teacher.

Your teacher will grade the assignment based on the following:
- The content: Is your protest clear?
- The form: Is your creative processing done with care?
- Language mistakes: Do your answers to the questions and the final assignment not contain too many language mistakes?

Group size
You do this lesson alone.

You will need 2 hours for this assignment.