Research and select a social policy that affects young people and their families that is currently in the news. Look at a variety of news outlets (such as the Edmonton Journal, CBC News, Edmonton Sun, Calgary Herald, or other news outlets. You can find a list of Alberta newspapers here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_newspapers_in_Alberta • Your instructor may suggest a specific policy – please check with your instructor for more information. 2. Once you have selected the social policy, use the attached graphic organizer to organize the different perspectives on this issue. The graphic organizer requires you to give a brief, objective overview of the policy, then offer four different perspectives on the policy. Perspectives you might choose to consider include the point of view on the policy from a young person, their parents, a conservative politician, a liberal politician, a child and youth care worker, among others. 3. Once you have completed your graphic organizer outlining four different ways to consider the social policy, write a one-page editorial outlining your own perspective on the policy. Page 2 of 4 NorQuest College – CYCD 2005: Social Policy and Advocacy Assignment 4. Your editorial should a. State your position on the policy clearly b. Be based on facts—you are entitled to your own opinion, but you need to base it on verifiable facts (these should be cited using APA) c. Offer a solution or opinion on the way the policy should be changed or applied to benefit young people and their families d. Offer examples where you can to support your arguments 5. Ensure that the editorial is one page, single-spaced and uses 12-point Times New Roman font. Spelling and grammar will be graded, so you must proofread!