Part 3 • Internationalism and Contemporary Global Affairs
Part 3 Question • To what extent should internationalism be pursued?
Example • No nation-state can exist without interacting with other nation-states • Some nations are more committed to the well-being of the community • Others are more interested in the pursuit of their own interests
Chapter 11 • To what extent should nations and nation-states be involved in international affairs? • Questions for Inquiry • What are different understandings of nationalism? • Why might nations choose to participate in international affairs?
Merits of Internationalism • The motives for International Involvement • Introduce - Internationalism • Identify Examples • Explore less obvious/non-stated reasons • Decide on Main Reasons • “Why Countries Act as They Do”
Chapter 13 • To what extent do organizations promote internationalism? • Questions for Inquiry • In what ways can organizations promote internationalism? • How can the work of organizations affect the global community?
Effectiveness of International Organizations • Explore scope of international organizations • Assign specific international organizations • Establish Criteria for effectiveness of an organization • Assess/Present/Make a recommendation
Chapter 14 • To what extent does the pursuit of internationalism help address global issues? • Questions for Inquiry • What are the impacts on global issues of pursuing internationalism? • How can the pursuit of internationalism help resolve global issues?
National Interests & Internationalism • Identify global challenges and opportunities • Cluster Headlines • National Issues, Global Challenges & Global Opportunities • Gather Background Information • Propose a foreign policy response • Share your Findings
Chapter 12 • To what extent should foreign policy promote internationalism? • Questions for Inquiry • In what ways does Canada seek co-operation in its foreign policy? • In what ways does Canada promote internationalism through peacekeeping and foreign aid?
Framing Effective Foreign Policy • Rate of effectiveness of various foreign policy responses • Speculate on Meanings of key terms • Prepare Issue Profiles • Rate Policy Options • mock UN Summit
Chapter 15 • To what extent should nationalism be sacrificed in the interest of internationalism? • Questions for Inquiry • Why is nationalism sometimes sacrificed in favour of internationalism?
What is a PSA? • They are broadcasts in the public interest. • They are educational messages designed to focus public attention on serious issues • PSAs are non-commercials, non-denominational, and non-political • To convey general information, announce a public event or seek resources/client
Why are PSAs useful? • Cost-Effective method of reaching your target audience • Radio • Television • The issues that PSAs cover are timely, national in scope and applicable to all Canadians.
Criteria • Explore interviews and ask questions • Analyze Answers • Evaluate and select the interview clips that best reflect what you with to accomplish with your foundation • Create a PSA that demonstrates the global consciousness of you foundation • Be sure to examine why you are setting up your foundation • Include your reasons in the PSA
Your Organization • creating a public service announcement • inform the public • examples from last year • strengths • weaknesses
Your Mission • Create a 60-second Public Service Announcement (PSA) for your new organization by exploring the ideals that reflect the characteristics of internationalism in poverty reduction and health • Examine: Doctors without Borders & Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
Examples • Print • Radio • Television
Video • PSA - Scouts