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student teams will publish a paper analyzing the following fact pattern/case:
Hamlin, a country demographically and culturally similar to the US but lacking a written Constitution or Bill of Rights, requires that all children receive childhood vaccinations against a range of highly contagious diseases prior to the start of pre-K, Kindergarten or first grade (whichever occurs first), regardless of whether that institution is state supported or not. The only exception is for children who have a medical condition that prevents them from receiving that vaccine.
Helen and Roy live in a large urban district with an economically, culturally and socially diverse student body. They object to having their child Melissa vaccinated. They claim that it violates the tenets of their religious faith. After being denied the right to register Melissa for school and prohibiting her admittance to the school, Helen and Roy have filed a petition with the Ministry of Education to obtain a waiver of this requirement and allow her admission to school.
Pastor Ray, who has a certificate of ordination from the Whole Life Institute of Radiant Joy, agrees with them and has submitted an affidavit on their behalf.
(3) Your analysis of the issues raised in the question. The important thing here is to: (i) show you understood the topic and the various issues raised by the case, (ii) analyze the application of specific human rights protections to each issue, (iii) synthesize that analysis to reach a well-supported, well-reasoned judgment that demonstrates (iv) you can communicate to an audience in writing. (2-3 pages)
(4) A conclusion (one – three paragraph) that summarizes your analysis/argument and highlights why it matters. If there are additional facts not included in the case that might affect your conclusion, identify those facts and how it might change your conclusion.