Some questions that you may choose to address in your essay are:
>What social justice issues apply to the chosen project?
>do the injustices still exist?
>Who are the people who suffer most from the injustice;who are the beneficiaries of this injustice?
>what are the root cause of the injustice?
>Are the causes of the injustice deliberate (such as repression of minority groups) or accidental (such as unintended consequences of poorly considered foreign aid)?
>In the past, have the local communities ,and all members of those communities, been involved in the decisions regarding aid, and the type of aid ,provided for their communities?
>Where foreign aid was effective i improving the quality of life in a community ,what were the main factors that contribute to that effective adoption of foreign aid?
>Where foreign aid was ineffective ,why was it ineffective?
>what factors are important in ensuring that aid will be effective ,and be readily adopted by a community?
>will the EWB challenge address some of the injustices? why or why not?
>Careful referencing of sources is essential. Chicago referencing style is required.
>The length of the essay is 1400-1600 words.
>Riley (2008, 73-80) is a good starting point for background reading to this essay. Riley (2008) is available as an e-book through Murdoch Library