24 Short Stories of International Students’ Experiences with the G7 + 1 Labor Laws — Ch. 2 The Corrective Preamble

  1. Meet the G7 + 1 Nations.
  2. What it Means to international students to study in G7 + 1 Nation.
  3. Evidence why these laws should be changed
  4. The Corrective Invite

What are the G20 Countries

Fully known as the Group of Twenty (G20), this is the group of the world’s most important international forum for global economic cooperation. These countries include Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico Republic of Korea, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, and the European Union.

Meet the G7 + 1 region

In probing further into the 11 countries that are High-Income countries in the G20 countries, I found that eight of the eleven have something in common and three have nothing in common with the three. These three are Argentina, Australia, and China. Well if you follow geopolitics you will know the remaining eight are, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the EU region. Thus, meet the G7 nations + 1 region.

What it Means to international students to study in G7 + 1 Nation

It’s important we categorize the types of African international students who study in the G7 + 1 countries. I believe this will give you, my dear reader an un-biased view of why and how the behavior and actions of African international students in these countries contribute to the toxic behavior that the labor market of these countries exhibit towards their humanity and self-worth.

The African Context from Experience

While it is common knowledge in the G7 + 1 nation that every African international student is from a wealthy background, allow me to burst that myth, and say not necessarily. There are four types of international students I have come across.

The Asian context from conversations

Because we millennials are now beyond practicing making babies. We now raise the future leaders, and if we do not take a stand no matter how little to rewrite the accepted success model, we too will send our kids to any of these G7 + 1 nations for a better education. I don’t know about you, but I would not want my kids to settle for a half, because we did not create a whole for them.

Evidence why these laws should be changed

For that, let’s first visit 2017, when the Ministers of Labor and Employment of the G7 countries + 1, gathered to deliberate on the Future of Work. The excerpts below are key to the issue at hand:

My Open Invitation to the Brave 22 International students

I am of the opinion that as Biden is now the president of the US, the cry and actions of these nations towards making the world a more equitable and just place to study, work and live in will only get louder and increase.

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