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Assessment 2A – Week 7:
Policy Analysis (30%)
Select one (1) policy from the list provided:
XXXXXXXXXXNDIS
XXXXXXXXXXHomelessness policy (state e.g. QLD, WA, NSW, VIC)
XXXXXXXXXXFamily Violence policy (state e.g. QLD, WA, NSW, VIC)
XXXXXXXXXXRefugees policy
Clearly choose a key policy, using the concepts and literature provided in this unit, and through your
own independent research, undertake an analysis of the selected policy. Your analysis will:
• Provide a
ief history of this policy in Australia, key moments of change in either the problem
and/or the policy and key social and political drivers of that change.
• Describe and discuss the ideological influences apparent in the policy as it stands today (use
the Fenna reading from Assessment 1).
• Provide an example of a similar response to this issue in another jurisdiction e.g. UK, USA.
• Evaluate the extent to which this policy contributes to a more “socially just” Australia - this
equires a definition of Social Justice found in the required readings.
The essay will follow formal essay structure including an introduction, a body with your main points,
and a conclusion that summarises your points and reiterates your position on the question of social
justice.
The literature will include the required readings for this unit, a primary source policy document, and
two (2) peer reviewed journal articles to add depth to your analysis. You cannot use sentences or
quotes directly from web pages. Publications can be sourced from government web pages or non-
government peak organisation web pages which will need to be fully referenced. The essay will follow
APA7 academic formatting and referencing. Please see the SAP203 Unit Outline for the Marking
Criteria.
2
Assessment 2A: Individual Written Essay Policy Analysis (30%) Marking Criteria
Criteria Mark HD Distinction Credit Pass Fail
Identify and describe
ief history of selected
policy in Australia, key
moments of change in
either the problem
and/or the policy and
key social and political
drivers of that change.
25 Policy history in Australia
and key moments of
change are clearly
identified and described in
their context with relevant
esearch-based
explanation.
Policy history in Australia
and key moments of
change are identified and
described in their context
and research is evident in
explaining them.
Policy history in Australia
and key moments of
change are introduced, but
with some research, and
some description.
Policy history in Australia
and key moments of
change are mentioned,
ut context and
description are unclear,
with minimal research.
Insignificant
identification and
description of policy
history in Australia and
key moments of change,
lacking any research.
Describe and discuss the
ideological influences
apparent in the selected
policy as it stands today.
25 Ideological influences
apparent in the selected
policy as it stands today is
accurately described and
discussion is clear and
demonstrates depth.
Ideological influences
apparent in the selected
policy as it stands today is
accurately described and
discussion is clear with
minor gaps.
Ideological influences
apparent in the selected
policy as it stands today is
described and discussed in
sufficient detail with some
ambiguities
and inaccuracies.
Ideological influences
apparent in the selected
policy as it stands today is
described, but there are
significant inaccuracies or
ambiguities.
Ideological influences
apparent in the selected
policy as it stands today
is insignificantly or
i
elevantly stated.
Provide an example of a
similar response to this
issue in another
jurisdiction
20 Example of a similar
esponse to this issue in
another jurisdiction is
clearly articulated and
demonstrates depth.
Example of a similar
esponse to this issue in
another jurisdiction is
somewhat clearly
articulated with minor
gaps.
Example of a similar
esponse to this issue in
another jurisdiction is
adequately articulated,
with some ambiguities
and inaccuracies.
Example of a similar
esponse to this issue in
another jurisdiction is
articulated with significant
inaccuracies or
ambiguities.
Example of a similar
esponse to this issue in
another jurisdiction is
inaccurately articulated or
absent.
Evaluate the extent to
which this policy
contributes to a more
“socially just” Australia,
using a definition of
Social Justice from
equired readings.
20 Evaluation of the extent to
which this policy
contributes to a more
“socially just” Australia,
using a definition of Social
Justice from the required
eadings is clearly
articulated.
Evaluation of the extent to
which this policy
contributes to a more
“socially just” Australia,
using a definition of Social
Justice from the required
eadings clearly articulated
with minor gaps.
Evaluation of the extent to
which this policy
contributes to a more
“socially just” Australia,
using a definition of Social
Justice from the required
eadings is adequately
articulated, with some
ambiguities and
inaccuracies.
Evaluation of the extent
to which this policy
contributes to a more
“socially just” Australia,
using a definition of
Social Justice from the
equired readings is
articulated with
significant inaccuracies
or ambiguities.
Evaluation of the extent
to which this policy
contributes to a more
“socially just” Australia,
using a definition of Social
Justice from the required
eadings is inaccurately
articulated or absent.
3
Writing structure,
formatting, accurate
APA7 references
10
Written expression is
fluent and ideas are well
connected. Separate
comprehensive reference
list with excellent use of
APA7 and formatting.
Written expression is
predominantly sound with
few gaps in the flow of
ideas. Separate reference
list with minor e
ors in
the use of APA7 and
formatting.
Written expression has
some gaps and flaws,
impending flow of ideas.
Basic number of
eferences supplied in a
eference list but missed
significant sources and
some e
ors in the use of
APA7 and formatting.
Written expression is
adequate but has
numerous e
ors.
Required number of
eferences supplied but
some sources are
i
elevant or inadequate
for scholarly essay.
Major e
ors in the use of
APA7 and formatting.
Poor written expression.
No reference list or list
with no relevant scholarly
sources. Lack of APA7 and
formatting.
100
Converted to 30%

    Assessment 2A: Individual Written Essay Policy Analysis (30%) Marking Criteria
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WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT        2
WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT
Table of contents
Introduction    3
Brief History of the NDIS    3
Ideological Influences in the NDIS    4
Comparison with International Responses    5
Contribution to Social Justice    6
Conclusion    6
References    7
Introduction
In Australia, the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a ground
eaking programme that aims to completely change how people with disabilities get assistance and services. Since its launch, the NDIS has stood for a significant departure from conventional welfare-based strategies in favour of a more customised and person-centered approach. Driven by activism from disability rights groups and bipartisan government backing, the NDIS was created in response to long-standing issues in disability care, with its roots in the awareness of the shortcomings of the old system. This examination looks at the NDIS's historical background, ideological influences, global comparisons, and level of social justice impact. We may learn more about the intricacies of disability policy and how it contributes to the development of a more inclusive and equitable society by looking at these aspects.
Brief History of the NDIS
Australia's ground
eaking National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) aims to transform the way services and assistance are offered to people with impairments. The Productivity Commission's seminal report from 2011—, which pointed out serious flaws in the cu
ent disability assistance system—is where the NDIS got its start. This research was a catalyst for change,
inging attention to the need for a more sustainable and equitable strategy. A turning point in disability policy was reached when the Australian government pledged to construct the NDIS in response to the Productivity Commission's conclusions. The programme started in 2013 with trial sites spread around the nation to enable the new model to be tested and improved. The NDIS was developed with input from these experiments, which helped shape its evolution as it approached a full nationwide implementation (Perks & Gilchrist, 2022).
Thousands of Australians with disabilities were receiving help from the NDIS by 2020, when it had reached statewide coverage. The NDIS has evolved over time as a result of constant stakeholder involvement, which has included people with disabilities, their families, and disability advocacy organisations (Laragy & Fisher, 2020). The program is still being developed, and continuous attempts are being made to solve issues and enhance participant results in order to keep it adaptable to the wide range of demands of the...
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