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10000 Islands was Commended by Security Council Resolution # 30

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10000 Islands contains 1,218 nations, the 19th most in the world.


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The Most Advanced Public Education in 10000 Islands

Fresh-faced World Census agents infiltrated schools with varying degrees of success in order to determine which nations had the most widespread, well-funded, and advanced public education programs.

As a region, 10000 Islands is ranked 2,441st in the world for Most Advanced Public Education.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Anarchy of BlogotopiaDemocratic Socialists“Feck tRump”
2.The Just of TzoLeft-wing Utopia“For Mercy and Justice”
3.The Union of Soviet States of SlaytaniaPsychotic Dictatorship“If it ain't broke break it.”
4.The Republic of TestaLeft-wing Utopia“Prediction is difficult, especially about the future”
5.The Pristine Protectorate of SeranisNew York Times Democracy“Perseverance in preservation”
6.The United Islands of IontanScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum videtur”
7.The Gallifreyan Colony of DanylLibertarian Police State“Wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey...stuff”
8.The Union of Socialist States of East AntarcticaLeft-wing Utopia“Operántur unire!”
9.The Peaceful Republic of AnollasiaNew York Times Democracy“Through peace we are strong!”
10.The Allied Imperium of 13 Court Gaurd SquadsInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Opportunities multiply as they are seized.”
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Durrnil wrote:wait does that mean nearly every irl country does child labor?

I mean, child labour is legal but also very restricted. It doesn't usually work with countries that have compulsory education.

Durrnil wrote:wait does that mean nearly every irl country does child labor?

Depends on the definition.

Wikipedia defines child labour as such:

> Child labour refers to the exploitation of children through any form of work that deprives children of their childhood, interferes with their ability to attend regular school, and is mentally, physically, socially and morally harmful.

It's perfectly sane and can be very good for children to do "work", meaning something useful or something that gives an income, as long as they enjoy it, can learn something from it, and also get enough time to go to school and play.

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I think it's important not to forget why child labor is wrong, and that wikipedia article sums it up quite nicely I think.

We have some traditions that involves children doing seasonal work, there is more and more discussions about it every year. Yet, according to that wikipedia definition I think it's not "child labour" when it only involves working for a short season, when the children fully decides themselves if they want to do it or not, when the parents agree (and not because they are too poor to deny it), when it's not a full-time employment, when it comes in addition to regular school and play, and when they get to keep all the money.

One of them is children (from 9 years and up to adult age) cutting cod tongues, in some parts of the country that's considered a cultural heritage, this work is supposed to be done by children and not adults. If I've understood it right, to get around the laws against children labour the children are considered to be self-employed, I guess they are "borrowing" the fish and then selling the tongues by the kilogram. Some professor was quoted in the newspaper saying the biggest issue is that they easily earn too much money, the children are too young to learn about economy and budgeting. I tend to disagree on that, I think nine year is a good age for starting to learn about saving, budgeting and planning.

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Should my capital be?:


Oriental Trade CO wrote:Should my capital be?:


Yangon uwu

WaterAquaria wrote:Yangon uwu

No, Bangkok.

Bangkok for sure

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