In the learning journal, you should record your activities, and record problems you may have encountered, as well as your notes and thoughts about the material. In addition, you should consider

Part 1 In the learning journal, you should record your activities, and record problems you may have encountered, as well as your notes and thoughts about the material. In addition, you should consider

Part 1

In the learning journal, you should record your activities, and record problems you may have encountered, as well as your notes and thoughts about the material. In addition, you should consider the following questions for reflection:

What are some of the processes in your professional, personal or academic life that can be managed differently? How so? What would you expect this new approach’s outcomes to be?

Please answer these questions in 300 words or more. Your answer should reflect your personal experience and should be thoughtful and introspective.

Share your thoughts and ideas on this week’s discussion forum prompts in a couple of paragraphs.

Be sure to cite any resources that you use in APA format.  Direct quotes should not be used in discussions.

View the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (abbreviated) by visiting this link: http://hrlibrary.umn.edu/edumat/hreduseries/hereandnow/Part-5/8_udhr-abbr.htm

After carefully reading the document, choose three human rights that you believe to be the most important to protect. Why do you value these particular human rights, over the others?

Part 2

In this week’s reading on human rights, religion was touched on because religious freedom (or the lack of it) has been a major issue relating to Human Rights. Consider some of the following questions and reflect on your country’s attitude toward religion, and the aspects surrounding it. The journal entry should be about a page in length.  If applicable, be sure to cite any resources you use to support your learning journal.  (You don’t have to answer all of the questions below, they are for reflection purposes.)

What are the predominant religions in your country?

How are minority religions treated?

What do human rights monitoring groups (for example, Human Rights Watch, Freedom House and Amnesty International) say about your country’s religious tolerance?

  • Does your country separate religion from government?
  • According to your country, what are the worst cases of religious intolerance occurring in the world today?
  • What treaties has your government signed or ratified regarding religious intolerance?
  • What programs can your country suggest to help build respect for religion around the world?
  • How can the UN help stop state‐sponsored religious intolerance?
  • Should some countries be pressured to change their government if their policies are too restrictive?