Refugee processing in Australia
Course: Ideas, Innovation and Communication. 2100 word, with references listed, literature review which shows in-depth research on the topic: How can the Australian government fund safe UN assessment centres to quickly process claims in Indonesia? Include three research questions you think should be explored in the future by other scholars.
Migrating to Australia
Site: As a Middle Eastern Migrant to Australia
Explain how you understand intercultural communication drawing on ideas from the literature,
Use these ideas to describe how people interact/use language at this site/s
Discuss how your site is an example of intercultural communication in the world today.
It is strongly recommended that internet sources be kept to a minimum and then only if referencing factual/statistical information or the reference pertains to an online academic journal. Any reference to Wikipedia will not be counted.
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Master is Disaster Medicine and Management and currently studying a course with this information Course name: International and Humanitarian Disaster Management Course description: International and humanitarian disaster management has steadily evolved over decades. The increased emphasis on global disaster preparedness from both governmental and private sectors has widespread application across all borders. Through the exploration of disaster models, public health principles, economic, social and political elements, students will explore the application of the disaster cycle. The assignment of the first week includes two questions that you will answer BUT please be guided by the following instructions (VERY IMPORTANT) 1- Please answer the two questions using ONLY three references BUT from those three references IF APPROPRIATE YOU MUST USE FROM THE FOLLOWING REFERENCES, because they are the assigned reading of this week, AND the other one or two references could be from you choice.:
• Wickramasinghe, K.K., Ishara, M.H., Liyanage, P., Karunathiliake, I. M., & Samarasekera, D. (2007). Outcome-based Approach in Development of a Disaster Management Course for Healthcare Workers. Annals Academy of Medicine; Singapore: vol. 36, No. 9, p 765-769.
Barbera, J. A., Macintyre, A. G., Shaw, G., Seefried, V., Westerman, L., & de Cosmo, S. (2007). Healthcare emergency management competencies: Competency framework final report. The George Washington University: Institute for Crisis, Disaster and Risk Management. https://www.publichealth.va.gov/docs/emergencymanagement/ema_cp/Healthcare_System_Emergency_Management_Competency_Framework_2007.pdf
2- Use a clear language and avoid the hard or uncommon words or expressions that usually be native speakers BUT all question must be answered completely and nicely without missing any part of any question. 3- Make sure please to cover all the parts of each question. . 5- The two questions are:
1. How do core competencies change between domestic and international response?
2. Discuss the concept of humanitarian aid, provide an example and analyze the political ramifications.
Why do China thinks that Hong Kong is not ready for full democracy?
This research paper is for a honors program in your Political Science class – comparative government. The paper is supposed to examine and analyze why does democracy fail to prevail in Hong Kong under Chinese government? Looking at the recent protest and the history of China and Hong Kong, this paper is set to determine the cause of this issue.
Accountability, moral dilemmas and forced migration
Lecture: International Development Studies
Refugees and Forced Migration, Rights and responsibilities
Paper Topic: Accountability, moral dilemmas and forced migration
Key themes/questions guiding to this topic:
•The concept of a moral dilemma
•Accountability of humanitarian agencies: Dilemmas surrounding the withdrawal of aid
•Accountability for the creation of refugees: Dilemmas surrounding the restitution of refugees’property
Students will choose one seminar class and write a discussion paper on the theme of each class, drawing on the required readings for the chosen class.
Discussion paper should be max. 4 pages long, typed in 12-point, Times New Roman font,doubled-spaced with standard margins.
For classes in which there are numerous assigned readings, discussion papers should engage at least three of the readings. Short assigned readings (e.g. articles of less than 5 pages) do not count towards this total.
The discussion papers should succinctly summarize and critically engage with the main arguments advanced in each reading.
Do the authors successfully defend their arguments?
What questions do the readings raise?
Are there important issues related to the seminar theme that the readings do not address?
If so, students may use the discussion papers as an opportunity to begin formulating their own ideas and questions on these issues.
(NB: Summaries of the readings should be no longer than 1 short paragraph.)
Students may draw on the optional reading or other sources in the discussion papers, but are not required to do so.
Break-down of marks:
Effective communication of ideas
•Clear and logical organization of ideas/structure
•Clear explanations of key concepts
•Style, grammar and spelling
Understanding of topic, insightful and critical engagement with readings
•Brief, accurate expression of key concepts and arguments in each reading
•Insightful reflections on the authors’ arguments and approaches (strengths and weaknesses, etc.)
•Identification of insightful questions raised by the readings
Required Readings for this topic:
1.Brookings Institution and ICTJ (2012) Transitional Justice and Displacement: Challenges and Recommendations,https://ictj.org/sites/default/files/ICTJ%20and%20Brookings-LSE%20Transitional%20Justice%20and%20Displacement%20Report.pdf
2.Slim, H. (1997) “Doing the Right Thing: Relief Agencies, Moral Dilemmas and Moral Responsibility in Political Emergencies and War”.Disasters 21(3).
3.Terry, F. (2002) Condemned to Repeat: The Paradox of Humanitarian Action
.Ithaca: Cornell University Press, pp.1-16.
4. Leckie, S. (2006) “New housing, land and property restitution rights”.
Forced Migration Review 25. See
http://www.fmreview.org/FMRpdfs/FMR25/FMR2530.pdf (this article only has 2 pages and does not count to the totals, put more effort on analyzing the other three articles,
Anderson, M. (1998) “‘You save my life today, but for what tomorrow?’ Some moral dilemmas of humanitarian aid,”in Moore, J. (ed.) Hard choices: Moral dilemmas in humanitarian intervention
answer 2 out of 3
1. The year is 2025, and the world community, facing projected temperature increases of 4-4.5°C before the end of the century, has agreed to launch a research program that might ultimately lead to deployment of stratospheric injections of sulfuric acid in an attempt to stabilize global temperatures. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change has been tasked with governing this deployment. Based primarily on your breathtaking performance in ESPM 169, you have been hired as a staff member on the UNFCCC’s new Subsidiary Body for Climate Geoengineering (SBCE). Your supervisor, has asked you to draft a memorandum on how the precautionary principle should be implemented in this new program. Get to it, or you may, instead, be asked to pilot the first sulfur injection weather balloon.
2. Based upon your breathtaking performance in ESPM 169, you have been hired as a staff member to the High-level Political Forum, the successor organization to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development. Your supervisor, Dr. Angela TwentyOne, has asked you to draft a memorandum outlining the top priorities that the global community should be pursuing to achieve sustainable development over the next few decades. Get to it, or you may be re-assigned to the Forum’s satellite office in Akron.
3. Based on your breathtaking performance in ESPM 169, you have been hired as staff member at the Convention on Biological Diversity’s Secretariat. Your new boss, has asked you to draft a memorandum on how to improve the treaty’s effectiveness. He’s also interested in your ideas about what the top priorities of the Parties should be in the next several decades. Get to it, or your job may be more threatened than a Tonkin snub-nosed monkey.