Select a societal issue from anywhere in the world about which you are passionate (The societal issue is Bullying)
Think about your personal values that make this issue important to you and how upholding these values might contribute to society.
Reference: Wronka, J. (2008). Preface. In Human rights and social justice: Social action and service for the helping and health professions (p. xix). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
With these thoughts in mind:
By Day 4
Post a brief description of the societal issue you selected (Bullying). Then, explain the values that give rise to your passion for this issue. Explain how upholding these values might contribute to creating a society that supports the mental health and welfare of its members, remembering the broad conceptualization of mental health and human rights. Finally, explain how you might work with individuals from a different profession to address the issue.
Wronka, J. (2017). Human rights and social justice: Social action and service for the helping and health professions (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Preface (pp. xix–xxvii)
Chapter 1, “Introduction” (pp. 5–50)
Chapter 2, “Before and Beyond the Universal Declaration of Human Rights” (pp. 51–120)
Appendix A, “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights” (pp. 349–354)
Appendix B, “Portions of Select Articles From Select Major International Documents Following the Universal Declaration of Human Rights” (pp. 355–358)
Graber, D. R., & Kilpatrick, A. O. (2008). Establishing values-based leadership and value systems in healthcare organizations. Journal of Health & Human Services Administration, 31(2), 179–197.
Hemmelgarn, A., & Basso, P. (2016). Joining forces: A crosswalk of the human services value curve with organizational culture and climate. Policy & Practice, (3), 24.