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level three public services citizenship all tasks

this bundle includes all the criteria for the citizenship unit. I didnt have to re-sub any of my work so this will help you get a straight distinction.

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level three public services citizenship task 2

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this piece of work includes all of the merit and pass for this task. I did not need to re-sub for any of this work so it is all correct. I have labelled where merit and pass criteria is to help.

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level three public services citizenship task 1 poster 1

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• Definition of citizen and citizenship, • Public service view of citizenship. • Legal view of citizenship. • Qualities of good citizens such as dedication and responsibility. • Attitudes to other people. • Participation in community activities; awareness of needs of others.

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level three public services citizenship task 1 poster 2 part 1

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• Definition of diversity as used in general terms and by public services and local communities. • Data (bar charts, graphs, statistics) showing composition of the local community within the borough/local authority area (ethnicity, religion, gender, age, disability).`

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level three public services citizenship task 1 poster 2 part 2

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Diversity/Poster 2b: • Data ( bar charts, graphs, statistics) showing composition of the national community (ethnicity, religion, gender, age, disability).

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level three public services citizenship task 1 poster 3

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Terminology/Poster 3: Meaning and examples of different words used: • Racism. • Institutionalised racism. • Sexism. • Homophobia. • Direct discrimination. • Indirect discrimination.

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level three public services citizenship task 1 poster 4 part 1

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Concepts/Poster 4: • Integration. • Tolerance and multiculturalism. • The rights and responsibilities of individuals in society as citizens. • Equal opportunities and positive action to find solutions for greater social inclusion and representation without changing standards in favour of r...

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level three public services citizenship task 1 poster 4 part 2

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Concepts/Poster 4: • Integration. • Tolerance and multiculturalism. • The rights and responsibilities of individuals in society as citizens. • Equal opportunities and positive action to find solutions for greater social inclusion and representation without changing standards in favour of r...

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level three public services citizenship task 1 poster 5 part 1

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Benefits of a ‘good citizen’/Poster 5: • Volunteers working in Public Services. • Volunteers in the community. • How good citizens add value and support society. • How good citizens protect the environment. • How good citizens challenge injustice and make a positive difference to affe...

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level three public services citizenship task 1 poster 5 part 2

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Benefits of a ‘good citizen’/Poster 5: • Volunteers working in Public Services. • Volunteers in the community. • How good citizens add value and support society. • How good citizens protect the environment. • How good citizens challenge injustice and make a positive difference to affe...

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level three public services citizenship task 1 poster 5 merit

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Additionally for merit criteria you will be analysing the importance to Public Services of good citizens respecting equality and supporting them by respecting the key concepts associated with diversity.

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level three public services citizenship task 1 poster 5 distinction

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Finally you will be evaluating the role of good citizens in supporting Public Services in dealing with issues.

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level three public services citizenship task 2

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In a speech you will need to discuss legal and humanitarian rights. You will be describing (P4) the legal and human rights that protect citizens in the UK and analysing (M2) the effectiveness of legal and humanitarian measures to protect citizens in the UK. In the speech you must include descript...

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level three public services citizenship task 3

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For the third task you have been asked to create a report on how Public Services try to implement equality and diversity within the services themselves and in society. You will be reviewing the methods used by public services to ensure they have a diverse workforce. Explaining the duty of public s...

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level three public services citizenship task 5

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In the form of a presentation you must demonstrate how support is provided to citizens by statutory and non-statutory Public Services. You must include all of the below: • Difference between statutory and non-statutory public services • Role of services • Need for services • Support offer...

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level three public services citizenship task 4

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The final part of this initiative requires you to demonstrate how media reporting can impact on citizens and public services by using examples of current affairs. Firstly you must present information on how the media reports current affairs involving public services within the following media repr...

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level three public services citizenship task 1

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This piece of work includes all of the pass, merit and distinction criteria for task one of citizenship. i got this unit without needing any re-subs so all of the work is correct.

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level three public services citizenship task 3

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includes all pass, merit and distinction criteria

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level three public services citizenship task 4

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this includes all pass merit and distinction work, there were no re-subs required for this work either so all information is correct.

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