Main Claim: Education in employment law should be mandatory in Aotearoa.
Premise/Sub-Claim: Lack of education is the root cause of worker exploitation.
Premise/Sub-Claim: Education in employment law is a human right.
Premise/Sub-Claim: Employment law education brings social unity by creating a culture where we stand up for each other.
Counter-Claim: It is our responsibility to educate ourselves, not the government’s.
Rebuttal: Actually, it should be the responsibility of government to abolish worker exploitation through enforcing employment education .
Conclusion: affirmation of Education in employment law should be mandatory in Aotearoa.