Assignment Question: Make an argument for having a more fair immigrations system in which the laws are more forgiving for minor offenses. The overall point of this policy change will allow people to become legal permanent residents and US Citizens who have had minor run ins with the law and administrative errors causing them to have a hardship. This will be accomplished through an analysis of data as well as current immigration policy and law. This paper will take into account the above factors and the effects that nonprofits have on the above policies and what effect they will have going forward.
Description: Students will identify a policy issue that is being debated at the local, state, or
national scene, and the role of nonprofit sector in creating awareness about that issue, and
advocating for or against that issue. Examples include immigration policies, sanctuary cities,
education policies, health policies, clean energy, arts funding etc. This project is to examine and
apply nonprofit advocacy in policymaking (i.e., spreading awareness, and lobbying) by
presenting complex issues and positions in a factual, concise and compelling manner. Students
will prepare a factual, data-driven paper that attempts to provide justification for a change in
policy. Please remember this paper should not be your personal opinions, but you will be writing
this paper as an external agency/agent or a third party evaluating the issue and the role of
nonprofits in supporting or opposing the policy. Therefore, no personal stories here.
You are expected to apply data (statistics, stories, other evidence) to justify your position for a
policy change – you could be writing in support of the policy or against the policy. What is
important is you collect data and make your recommendations based on the evidence that you
present. Think of yourself as advocates or proponents of an issue and write this paper (based on
scholarly papers, data, factual evidence) to push for policy change. The paper must be
convincing and persuasive in its tone, but must not be opinionated.
Learning Outcomes: Students are expected to understand and examine the role of nonprofit
organizations in shaping public policies and their overall impact; analyze the community systems
within which nonprofits operate, and the strategic relationships they establish; apply critical
thinking to evaluate real-life cases and scholarly literature; demonstrate research proficiency and
effective writing / presentation skills by evaluating and informing strong introduction to the topic; literature review (both scholarly and white papers can be included; no newspaper item or op-eds); objective data; and conclusions where you reaffirm your position on the policy, and if it needs to change based on your
examination, and how the policy can affect community. The title page and references are
excluded from the page limit.
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