Case Study: 600 word limit Format: Social Action Project: Action PlanCurriculum Mode: Case Study.I have attached the question folder with all instructions with both part I also have attached my first essay which was my prepusel 2a and this essay is case study 2b you need to look at my prepusel so you be able to answer second part of the question the question is what is an activist?’. And ”im I am activist”.I did what I have written in my action plan for further questions massage me
Case Study: 600 word limit Format: Social Action Project: Action Plan Curriculum Mode: Case Study. I have attached the question folder with all instructions with both part I also have attached my fi
A2b Case Study: Am I an activist? Question: Am I an activist? This assessment is asking you to consider two questions. Must use the book of Inequality and Activism Author: Muhammad, U Published: 2016 Book Title: Confronting Injustice : Social Activism in the Age of Individualism. Chapter2. Firstly, ‘what is an activist?’. To answer this, using the literature, you are to select a definition/conceptualisation of an activist (50-100 words). Introduce this definition at the beginning of your paper. Think critically here and have fun exploring this concept; tease out some of the nuanced ideas around what it means to be an activist. Have your views around this concept been challenged? Does your chosen definition of an activist reflect this? https://commonslibrary.org/beautiful-troubles-guide-to-activism-during-the-coronavirus-pandemic/. Secondly, ‘am I am activist?’ To answer this, you will draw upon the experiences you have had in working toward social change (or lack of experience- it’s fine to argue that you are not an activist), as well as your understanding of the theories and the research we have explored throughout the unit, to critically discuss how these experiences, participation and commitment to social justice and social change, ‘fit’ within the definition above (500-550 words). Ray Jackson, President of the Indigenous Social Justice Association “The asylum seekers being imprisoned in isolated privately managed-for-profit incarceration camps, with the singular exception of Christmas Island, are all on Aboriginal lands. And I, as a Wiradguri man, say to those asylum seekers, you are most welcome to our lands. I realise, of course, that other Aborigines may have different views to mine and, of course, that is their right. But I will state most strongly in their defence that these refugees did not invade us, they did not steal our lands, they did not suppress our culture and language, they did not commit genocide, they did not steal our children, they did not steal our wages, they did not steal our human rights as a first people to exist and to grow. The parliaments of the invaders have done all that and more. The human cost Twelve refugees and asylum seekers have died on Manus Island and Nauru since 2013. More than 150 other refugees and asylum seekers were transferred to Australia for medical care only after their lawyers threatened urgent court proceedings. These cases included children as young as 10 who suffered from acute mental health conditions, some of whom attempted suicide. Your discussion must be supported by the relevant literature with a minimum 6 academic. Virasami, J, 2020, “Anti-Racism Requires More Than Passive Sympathy”, The Guardian, https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/jun/08/non-racist-isnt-enough-action-george-floyd-death?fbclid=IwAR055BeGAc-hkR9u42rQolr_rTUmODehWK8RoAdYY3IHitMw8mQehojZqlk. Mori, W, 2020, 9th June, “Australia’s Pacific Minister Called Black Lives Matter Protests ’Self-Indulgent’. He Couldn’t Be More Wrong”, The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/09/australias-pacific-minister-called-black-lives-matter-protests-self-indulgent-he-couldnt-be-more-wrong. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/apr/20/the-global-pandemic-has-spawned-new-forms-of-activism-and-theyre-flourishing. Sarah M 2018, ‘Refugees who have fled war and violence and made Australia home tell us why there is no place to return to’ 1st Oct, SBS Voices, Updated 24th Jun 2020, viewed 1st September 2020. https://www.sbs.com.au/topics/voices/culture/article/2018/09/21/refugees-tell-us-what-would-happen-if-they-went-back-where-they-came. • Ziersch, A., Due, C. & Walsh, M. Discrimination: a health hazard for people from refugee and asylum-seeking backgrounds resettled in Australia. BMC Public Health 20, 108 (2020). .
Case Study: 600 word limit Format: Social Action Project: Action Plan Curriculum Mode: Case Study. I have attached the question folder with all instructions with both part I also have attached my fi
Assessment 2a This is the action plan social justice issue requires action 1. The issue of prejudice and racism against Australian Refuges and asylum seekers • Being told go back where came from it might be easy for Australian who were born here. Where Refuges, it does affect them mentally and emotionally (McDermott, Malik 2020). • Many Australian don’t believe why a family is seeking to live in Australia. • This issue will lead to increased risk of self-harm of Refuges with developing isolation and depression (Ziersch et.al, 2020). 2. This action aims to stop discrimination and to raise awareness and knowledge among social worker student. Sharing real-life story of the student who suffered from war in their countries. As Pauline Hanson stated, “we are in danger of being swamped by Asians” (Katherine. M 2016). 3. To achieve the goal, we will start with an action that will include. • Contacting the social work unit coordinator Jane Mears for having one video pod on the storytelling of Refugees and Asylum Seekers who recently arrived in Australia. • Building on the program of Treehouse Theatre that provided young student acting what they have been throw in their home country that made them become refugees. • This action will help many International and Local student to raise awareness and knowledge of why people become refugees and seeking to live in Australia. • this opportunity will help many students to have an understanding that true stories dose exists. • making appointment with Jane to discuss if we could have this action to be ongoing pod. 4. Impact of the proposed social action campaign will include • Student being impacted emotional from the stories. • The storytelling will impact on students to grow their knowledge and share it among their family and friend to stop discrimination against Refugees and Asylum seekers. • It will impact on the young refugees to have their voice heard, and it is vital for our community to support our future generation to live in Australia without been discriminated. referencing • Katharine, M 2016, ‘Pauline Hanson calls for immigration ban: ‘Go back to where you came from’, The Guardian, viewed 27 August 2020, p.1.https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/sep/14/pauline-hanson-first-speech-senate-calls-for-immigration-ban • Kathrine 2020, Week 5 Pod: Confronting injustice: The cost of challenging the status quo, 18 August, vUWS. Western Sydney online video, viewed 27 August 2020, https://vuws.westernsydney.edu.au/bbcswebdav/pid-5605712-dt-content-rid-40579419_1/xid-40579419_1 • Sarah M 2018, ‘Refugees who have fled war and violence and made Australia home tell us why there is no place to return to’ 1st Oct, SBS Voices, Updated 24th Jun 2020, viewed 1st September 2020. https://www.sbs.com.au/topics/voices/culture/article/2018/09/21/refugees-tell-us-what-would-happen-if-they-went-back-where-they-came. • Ziersch, A., Due, C. & Walsh, M. Discrimination: a health hazard for people from refugee and asylum-seeking backgrounds resettled in Australia. BMC Public Health 20, 108 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-019-8068.




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