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1. Choose a human rights treaty ratified by the NZ government (see the list at https://www.mfat.govt.nz/en/peace-rights-and-security/human-rights/#bookmark1), identify a human rights theme/issue that you want to focus on, and identify the article/s of the treaty that relate to the theme/issue you will focus on in this assessment. 2. Think about what message, emotions, feelings and information you want to convey in your photos. You can submit a maximum of two photos in your assessment but, of course, you are likely to take quite a number of photos before you make your final selection of the photo/s you will submit. 3. Use artefacts to substitute for humans in photos as it is a strict requirement that you are NOT allowed to photograph people for this assessment. Please make sure you adhere strictly to this rule as any photographs of humans submitted as part of this assessment will mean that you will receive a fail mark/grade for the ENTIRE assessment. You have been warned! 4. Make a final selection of the photo/s you will submit and provide a caption for the photo/s. 5. At the same time that you begin to start preparing for the photo section of the assessment, you should start preparing for the Interpretive Analysis section of the assessment. This means gathering resources, making notes and doing reading on the theme/issue that you are focusing on. 6. You need to write an Interpretive Analysis (no more than 4 double-sided, A4 pages in total, 12 font, either Times New Roman or Calibri Body, using APA 7th ed. referencing) about the photo/s and the theme/issue you have chosen. 7. The Interpretive Analysis has two parts, an interpretation of the photo/s you have submitted, and a critical analysis of the socio-economic and political contexts that create the human rights theme/issue that you have chosen.