Solution 5 Edit

One child policy! --Kristinajansen (talk) 11:41, January 31, 2014 (UTC)Lena, Jeanette, Kristina

  • Symbol oppose vote No! Every person has the freedom to choose how many children they want. When a government or other authority decides to regulate the number of children per family, they impose limits to the human rights -- 11:50, January 31, 2014 (UTC)Theresa and Nele
  • Symbol support vote Everyone has the right to improve/maintain standard of living which cannot be done in countries where the inhabitants tend to have too many children --Kristinajansen (talk) 11:55, January 31, 2014 (UTC)Lena,Jeanette+Kristina
  • Symbol oppose vote This solution would not be appropriate in countries like Germany where the population is already declining. Besides, it can lead to imbalances in the population structure and as well as an increase in infant homicide. 11:57, January 31, 2014 (UTC)Till and Alina
  • Symbol support vote In Germany (and other developed countries) the one child policy would not be necessary as thr reproduction rate is under two. --Kristinajansen (talk) 12:11, January 31, 2014 (UTC) Lena, Jeanette+Kristina
    • Symbol oppose vote In China, this one-child policy has had negative effects on the population structure (see above). On the other hand, the question would be in which countries to implement this policy. This could even lead to an increase in migration. 12:18, January 31, 2014 (UTC)Alina and Till