Final Paper: Rights-based policy analysis and advocacy strategy paper This assignment should approximate 8-10 pages excluding references.
I. SUMMARY – OVERVIEW (2 Pages) - Describe the scope of the problem/issue/human rights violation.
? Include relevant data to document how many people are impacted and how pervasive this issue is. II. Framework for rights-based policy analysis (1-2 Pages) - ? Identify human rights that are violated or affected by this issue ? What federal, state, and/or local laws and regulations relate to your policy issue? ? What international human rights instruments relate to your policy issue (suggestions: International Conventions and Treaties; UPR reviews)? III. Develop a strategic action plan to address the identified issue (3 pages) You may refer to a specific text such as Hoefer in designing your plan. Hoefer, R. (2011). Advocacy Practice for Social Justice, Second Edition. Chicago: Lyceum. ? Who are the key stakeholders? ? Who needs to be involved in action planning efforts to maximize change efforts (i.e., programs, practices, and policies)? ? Who is accountable and has ownership of responsibility for facilitating change? ? What is the role of local people as agents for or champions of community change and improvement? ? What roles can social workers assume in the action plan you developed? IV. Recommendations (1-2 Pages) ? Is there public awareness that these rights exist in your country/state/community? ? What are “best practices” the government could use to make sure they protect these human rights? ? Suggested Recommendations (make them clear and concise – describe how they could work): ? How can the government protect against these abuses continuing in the future? ? What steps should government take to make certain that protection is effective? ? How can the government help to increase public awareness about the existence of these rights? ? How are your recommendations linked to your theme? V. Conclusion (1 Page) Summarize the important points from above
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