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Assignment: Policy Brief The purpose of your policy brief • You will focus on 1-2 of the 94 Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (some calls to action are connected and therefore could be written about together) • Your task is to convince your audience that this call to action should be prioritized to improve the health of indigenous communities in Canada • *Some calls to action are explicitly related to health, but as we know from our discussion of social determinants of health, well being is based on more than just access to health care! The purpose of your policy brief • Audience: professional, non-expert, decision-making capacity • You will write in the role of “expert advisor” to Seamus O’Regan, Minister of Indigenous Services, and Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations • Remember: your audience is very busy! Your brief should be: • • • • • Focused Understandable and accessible (avoid jargon) Professional (not academic) Succinct Practical and feasible How to format your policy brief: • Use headings to separate sections • Text should be written in bullet points. Each point should stand alone as a key piece of information (1 or more sentences) • Feel free to add formatting details that increase the readability of your document • *Example posted on Moodle What to include in your policy brief: 1. Title – short, descriptive, “punchy” 2. Topic and framed issue – briefly! 3. Define the context and the issue • Clearly state the problem • Who is affected? Scale (number of people) • What is wrong with the current approach or policy/is there a current approach or policy? What to include in your policy brief: 4. Findings and recommendations • Relevant background research (e.g. root of the problem, past initiatives or policies and their impact, etc.) • What has been uncovered about the issue • Critique of policy option(s) • Links, dynamics, causes or relationships between different components of the issues • Viewpoints of the stakeholders involved • Why and how current approaches are succeeding or failing • Impacts of these dynamics on the stakeholders and broader development outcomes • What are your recommendations What to include in your policy brief: 5. Implications and/or next steps • What do these findings mean for government and other actors • What actions and appropriate roles could or should the different actors take to address the issue • Specific practical steps or measures to meet this recommendation • What might be the outcomes of recommended courses of action or inaction 6. Closing statement re-emphasizing the importance of the recommendation What to include in your policy brief: 7. References cited • Using CSE (Council of Science Editors) citation-sequence formatting • See Pocket Style Manual by Hacker for more information • E.g.: The CSE citation-sequence citation style is one of the styles recommended by the Council of Science Editors.1 References 1. Hacker D and Sommers N. A Pocket Style Manual. 7th ed. Boston (MA): Bedford/St. Martin’s; 2015. • If you have not included correctly-formatted citations, I will return your work to you to be corrected, and your work will be graded as “late.” How to submit your policy brief: • Due February 15 at the beginning of class • MAXIMUM 4 pages double-spaced (1000 words) • Due in HARD COPY – email submissions will not be accepted ...
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Running head: POLICY BRIEF

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Stop Abuse of Aboriginal Families
Student’s Name

Institutional Affiliation

Date

POLICY BRIEF

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Protection of Students

Students from aboriginal families should be protected from physical abuse such as rape
and health-related complications that cause death at young age.

Introduction

Statistical records show that students in public boarding schools are suffering from
assaultive experiences. The number of children from the indigenous communities raped is at an
increasing rate; thus the call for action. The effects of rape that are hitting the population of the
communities and affecting the nation at large are diseases and death cases. Children die and
buried in unknown cemeteries from diseases such as tuberculosis and influenza that the
commission through the government has great control. The administration of the Truth and
Reconciliation must focus on developing and implementing the policies to curb the issue. The
number scale of deaths caused rape cases among students in boarding schools is approximately
3200. The records processed by the commission show a possibility of having a higher number
which indicates the adversity of the problem. The policy brief focuses on explaining some of the
critical improvements necessary for policy 1 and 2 in the Truth and Reconciliation call list.

Current Approach

The current approach to the problem entails application of calls stated in the child welfare
and Educationa...

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