Ethics and Social Justice

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Ethics and Social Justice

Introduction

Every country is run and governed by a legitimately elected government that oversaw the all national and international operations. One of the roles of the government is to protect its citizens against any form of human rights violation that may emanate internally or externally. As such, governments have power and authority to make decisions that have positive impacts on the livelihoods of the citizens and foreigners living in the country. However, a government that is unable to protect its citizens from internal and external aggressors is regarded as a failed state and citizens together with the international community do not have trust in such a government. Africa is a highly blessed continent with a wide range of natural resources and good climate but the form of governance adopted by national and federal governments contribute to challenges that necessitate international community participating in providing aids to some countries in the continent. Government institutions violate human rights in one way or the other but the magnitude matters.

Nicaragua is a country in the Central America that borders Honduras to the northwest Costa Rica to the south, the Caribbean to the East, and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest. The country’s capital and administrative city is called Managua and it is ranked as the third- largest city in the region after Tegucigalpa and Guatemala City (Alexander, Ryan, Rayo, Giorleny & Tobias, 2013). Nicaragua is a small country with a population of about 6 million that includes European, Asian, indigenous, and African people. The main language spoken in the country is Spanish.

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Ethics and Social Justice

Title
Ethics and Social Justice
Subject Area
Public Relations
Additional Instructions?
For the Final Project for this course, select any government or nonprofit organization for which there is sufficient information to allow a thorough analysis of ethical or social justice issues. You may select your own organization if it is a government or nonprofit organization, but be aware of the need for scholarly objectivity and the need to protect confidentiality. Ethical researchers never begin any project with a hidden agenda or predetermined conclusion. If you do choose your own organization, do not identify it by name or precise location. Ethics and Social Justice.

Your Final Project should include the following:

An introduction that describes the government or nonprofit organization, the setting, and any other information about the organization or related background that readers need in order to understand the organization and its ethical and social justice issues; a description of the ethical issues facing the organization and public administrators within the organization

An explanation of the ethical issues related to two or more of the philosophical theories that this course introduces

A summary of the major ethical challenges and conflicts of responsibility presented to individuals in the organization and to the organization as a whole

A summary of the strategies that the organization uses to maintain responsible conduct

An explanation of your recommendations for addressing the issues, including a rationale for your recommendations and an explanation of why they might be effective in addressing the issues, with consideration given to the possible involvement of guerrilla government employees

An analysis of the factors that would affect the implementation of the recommendations by using the ethical decision-making model

A description of the outcomes you would expect if the organization implemented your recommendations

An explanation of how the issues you raised are related to at least two of the four social justice themes (human rights, equality, liberty, and justice)

Your Final Project must demonstrate both breadth and depth of knowledge and critical thinking appropriate to graduate-level scholarship. It must follow APA Publication Manual guidelines and be free of typographical, spelling, and grammatical errors. The project should be 13–15 pages in length (double-spaced), not including the title page, abstract, and at least 8–10 scholarly resources, excluding any organizational brochures or other nonacademic sources.

Support your Final Project with specific references to all resources used in its preparation.

The Final Project evaluation will focus on all four indicators in the Final Project Rubric located in Course Information. For assistance with the form and style of scholarly writing, consult the APA Publication Manual and the Walden Writing Center. Also see Walden University Policies and Information in Syllabus II under “Policies on Academic Honesty.” Ethics and Social Justice.

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