|1.||Critically analyse the benefits and limitations of Local, State and Federal Government policy and human rights legislation regarding young people with diverse abilities and their families;|
|2.||Link strategic thinking in terms of policy with operational action in procedures and youth work practices;|
|3.||Articulate the role of youth work and youth workers and the roles of advocacy within a framework of discrimination and human rights;|
|4.||Identify and collaborate with aligned professional organisations to maximise inclusion opportunities for young people of all abilities;|
|5.||Identify and resolve issues or professional, ethics and discrimination that may arise when working with young people of all abilities within the justice system.|
|Case Study||Complete a case study on the rights of young people in the community (800 - 1000 word limit).||30%|
|Report||Prepare a report on an issue impacting on human rights. (1000 word limit)||50%|
|Test||Test based on the unit content. (20 questions 60 mins)||20%|
Essential Skills for Youth Work Practice 2nd
Sapin, K (2013),
London: Sage Publications
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