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Your essay should focus on a particular human rights issue that is on-going in the world today, either from the list above or based upon your own research. Like Essay 2, it should make an assertive argument and take a clear point of view. In doing so, it should clearly identify the human rights issue at hand, make clear how it violates basic human rights, and make an assertive claim about what we should do to address the issue.
In thinking about how to approach such an essay, you might think about the Netflix documentary 13th as an example of a text that tackles a human rights issue, takes a particular perspective, and makes an assertive argument. The basic idea is to show an awareness in your essay of the complexity of the issue of human rights, which carries social, cultural, political, philosophical, and other implications. The deeper you can explore these complexities the better.
I will stress, once again, that the key to your essay is that you formulate and articulate your own argument that takes a firm stand on whatever topic you choose. That is, this should not simply be a “research paper” that explores different perspectives, but an argumentative one that advocates a particular point of view and course of action.
Remember that your main argument should 1.) Be specific; 2.) Be debatable; 3) Answer the so what? question by indicating what relevance it holds for readers. You should also cite at least 6 sources altogether (texts from our course readings may be counted towards those 6).
Your essay should focus on a particular human rights issue that is on-going in the world today, either from the list above or based upon your own research. Like Essay 2, it should make an assertive argument and take a clear point of view.