identify a human rights issue somewhere in the world and seek and evaluate solutions

The Making Real World Connections assignment is a mandatory portfolio piece.  The purpose is to have you extend one of the concepts in this unit and see how it looks in today’s world.
A lot of lesson 6 was about the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights. As you have seen throughout the latter part of this course, there are still human rights issues in the world today. For this assignment, you will need to identify a human rights issue somewhere in the world and seek and evaluate solutions. You can use websites about any of the regions/countries in this course for your research.
Write entire paper in  “letter to the editor” format. You can get some more information on what a letter to the editor involves right here. As usual, pay close attention to the rubric for specific details on your submission.
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All of the following elements of the letter are present:
  • The letter is at least ¾ of a page in length.
  • The letter accurately identifies a specific human rights issue.
  • At least two possible solutions to this human rights issue are identified.
  • The student decides which solution to the problem would be the best, and why.
  • All sources are cited.
One of the required elements of the letter is missing or inaccurate:
  • At least ¾ of a page in length.
  • A specific human rights issue is accurately identified.
  • At least two possible solutions to this human rights issue are identified.
  • The student decides which solution to the problem would be the best, and why.
  • All sources are cited.
Two or more elements of the letter are missing or inaccurate:
  • At least ¾ of a page in length.
  • A specific human rights issue is accurately identified.
  • At least two possible solutions to this human rights issue are identified.
  • The student tells which solution to the problem would be the best, and why.
  • All sources are cited.

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