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Analyse the extent to which a Sustainable Development Goal incorporates human dignity and the common good in practical ways.

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Assessment criteria: Please refer to Appendix A at the end of the Extended Unit

Outline for further details on the assessment criteria/rubric for this assessment item.


In this task students will analyse the extent to which a Sustainable Development Goal incorporates human dignity and the common good in practical ways.

Choose one target from either SDG 13 (Climate Change) or SDG 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions), and analyse how it accounts for human dignity and the common good in the context of a specific global community. How is your course of study preparing you to do work that will make progress toward achieving this target?

Target: the components that work together to address each individual SDG. SDG 13 has 5 “targets”, and SDG 16 has 12 “targets” – you can find all the targets for these SDGs at Goals

– The Global Goals. Choose just one target from either SDG 13 (Climate Change) or SDG 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions).

Specific global community: your choice, but it must be a multi-national community not limited to any one country.

Course of study: the degree program you are enrolled in at ACU.

For your analysis, offer your reasoned opinion in the form of either: 1) an online feature article; or, 2) an invited blog post. Think about the discipline area and/or sector connected to your course of study globally.

It is a requirement that you:

  1. demonstrateengagement with Module 2: Sustainable Development 
  2. citeat least the following four resources:
    1. WolfgangSachs, “The Sustainable Development Goals and?Laudato si’: varieties of Post- Development?”?Third World Quarterly?38 (2017) 2573–2587.
    2. United Nations, The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2022:https://unstats.un.org/sdgs/report/2022/.
  • oneLEO resource (e.g., LEO book, a linked article, reading (other than the Sachs reading), a YouTube video clip, etc.) that is included in the LEO folder/tile for Module 2: Sustainable Development 
  1. onecourse of study-specific reading/resource from Module 2: Sustainable DevelopmentGoals.
  1. identify your course of study, chosen SDG, chosen target, and chosen specific globalcommunity.

Further instructions:

  1. Students are encouraged to review the AT2 student writing guide (which can be found in‘Assessment’ folder/tile on LEO) and attend/participate in the AT2 drop-in session with the unit lecturers and other university professional staff (details will be published in the ‘Assessment’ folder/tile on LEO and via a LEO announcement, approximately 2-3 weeks before the due date).
  1. Students are encouraged to review AT2 assessment criteria (below in Appendix B) and the‘General Assessment Writing and Research Guidelines’ (which can be found below and in the ‘Assessment’ folder/tile on LEO) as part of their preparation to submit this 
  2. Students are also encouraged to review the: 1) UNCC300 unit bibliography; and 2) GeneralCore Curriculum bibliography for suggestions of course of study-specific readings and resources (which can be found in the ‘Information and resources’ folder/tile on LEO).
  3. After each "prescribed resource" in your reference list/bibliography, please add in squarebrackets (e.g., [ ] ) which prescribed resource you are identifying it as, g.:

Anna Rowlands, Towards a Politics of Communion: Catholic Social Teaching in Dark Times

(London: T&T Clark, 2021) 1–14 (“Introduction”). [Required resource.]

Joan M. Marston, “The Spirit of ‘Ubuntu’ in Children's Palliative Care,” Journal of Pain and System Management 50 (2015) 424–427. [Course of study-specific resource.]

McGill University, "The 2019 Claude Ryan Lecture on Catholic Social Thought - Charles Taylor,” YouTube video clip, https://youtu.be/IR2tvIXvnds (accessed 13 February 2023). [LEO resource from Module 1.]

  1. After your “Bibliography/Reference List” heading, please add in square brackets (e.g., [ ])which referencing convention you are using, g.:

Purpose: Students analyze the UN Sustainable Development Goals from a global perspective.

Learning outcomes assessed: LO1, LO2

How to submit: This assessment task must be submitted electronically via Turnitin on LEO.

Return of assignment: This assessment task will be graded electronically, and your

numerical mark (Grades/Gradebook) and feedback (Turnitin) will be provided on LEO. An announcement will be posted on LEO when your numerical mark and feedback is available.

Assessment criteria: Please refer to Appendix B at the end of the Extended Unit

Outline for further details on the assessment criteria/rubric for this assessment item.


In this task students will demonstrate an understanding of a structural issue affecting their professional sector and explain how they might respond to this issue in the future when working in the context of a local community organisation.

What is the most problematic structural issue in your sector and how has this unit of study (UNCC300) influenced the way you might look to respond once you complete your course of study at ACU?

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