|1.||Identify and examine the different theories that impact on the local and global community in relation to young people and community service users' opportunity and aspirations;|
|2.||Analyse current global trends and research work that is focusing on marginalised communities and their ability to participate in civil society;|
|3.||Explore strategies that enable youth, community development and community justice workers to understand the diversity of people and their marginalisation;|
|4.||Evidence an understanding of the theoretical foundation of human rights and how it drives community worker practice seeking to change the community discourse on the most vulnerable of our community.|
|Case Study||Part A: Write a case study that details a marginalised community. (1200 words)||40%|
|Case Study||Part B: Explore the reasons for the marginilisation of that community and the impact of global economic change. (1200 words)||40%|
|Presentation||Consider how your professional role can contribute to building individual and community change.||20%|
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