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Final Research Project Instructions:
For your final, you will select an international human rights violation that you are interested in. Find a good video that explains your selection and share the link for my viewing at theend of your research paper and complete a 2-3 page research paper including everything indicated below.
Your paper should have a cover page (with a related image), work-cited page, Intro, body and conclusion.
You will explore the human rights violation conducting a literature review (select only 2 articles with the BCC Librarian), and then explore international human rights legislation (such as a UN human rights treaty or international humanitarian law under the websites I share below), related policy and the effects the policy has had on the human rights violation.
(Consider visiting one of these websites:
United Nations at www.UN.org, Human Rights Watch at www.hrw.org, the Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights at www.globallabourrights.org/, Amnesty International at www.amnesty.org) You will prepare a 2-3 page research paper summarizing findings, resources and sources as your Final project.
Your paper can be 2-3 pages long, 12 pt font size, with cover page with an image that supports your topic ( also your full name and date on cover page), you will have your written assignment in a standard format that has an “introduction -body – conclusion”, and then you will have a work cited page attached MLA format. Once you complete the entire project it will turn out to be 4-5 pages in total (if not more).
Click here for work cited information:
https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_formatting_and_style_guide.html
Examples of Human Rights Violations:
. Forcibly evicting people from their homes (the right to adequate housing)
Contaminating water, for example, with waste from State-owned facilities (the right to health)
Failure to ensure a minimum wage sufficient for a decent living (rights at work)
Failure to prevent starvation in all areas and communities in the country (freedom from hunger)
Denying access to information and services related to sexual and reproductive health (the right to health)
Systematically segregating children with disabilities from mainstream schools (the right to education)
Failure to prevent employers from discriminating in recruitment (based on sex, disability, race, political opinion, social origin, HIV status, etc.) (The right to work)
Failure to prohibit public and private entities from destroying or contaminating food and its source, such as arable land and water (the right to food)
Failure to provide for a reasonable limitation of working hours in the public and private sector (rights at work)
Banning the use of minority or indigenous languages (the right to participate in cultural life)
Denying social assistance to people because of their status (e.g., people without a fixed domicile, asylum-seekers) (the right to social security)
Failure to ensure maternity leave for working mothers (protection of and assistance to the family)
Arbitrary and illegal disconnection of water for personal and domestic use (the right to water).
Issues around COVID-19 that the government failed to address
Any topic of your choice
For other topics , please also check:
https://www.hrw.org/news/2020/04/14/covid-19-human-rights-checklist

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