International Policymaking in Practice (POLS90034) // Assessment
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- A 1,000 word paper in the form of a ministerial submission on an international policy issue, (25%) due after week four of semester.
- A 1,500 word paper in form of a 3 member team-prepared NGO submission to government on an international policy issue, (20%) due in week 8 of semester.
- A 2,500 word research paper, in the form of a briefing to government for a UN conference convened to determine a response to, or review progress made on, specific goals agreed by the United Nations, or specific reviews mandated by UN Commissions, or the report and recommendations of a major high-level international commission or panel from an approved list, (55%) due at the beginning of the examination period.
- Hurdle requirement: Students are required to attend a minimum of 80% of classes in order to pass this subject, and regular class participation is expected.
Last updated: 3 November 2022