W4 Law homework help
In case you have not heard of the term white paper before, here is a helpful link. Definition of a white paper. https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/subject_specific_writing/professional_technical_writing/white_papers/index.html
You are an employee of an NGO interested in encouraging in improving security in ports and ships. Your supervisor has asked you to produce a white paper in which you discuss at least two issues that need to be enacted in treaty or bilateral agreements. Your overall focus should be on the information you have learned and how your NGO should act on that information.
The text of the report should be no fewer than 3 pages and no more than 6, double-spaced, 12 font.
You should apply information that you have obtained from class readings and external resources. You should have at least four credible references.
A white paper usually includes the following elements:
(1) An executive summary:
Provide an overview of the report’s purpose, problem being addressed, research methods, & recommendations. An executive should be able to read this and not be missing anything of major importance from the full paper. Summarize the most important information from each of the sections.
(2) relevant background information;
Include enough basic information about the challenge your organization is facing.
Make sure to shape your communication style for the audience. Write in a clear, professional manner.
Briefly describe your research methods and the purpose of your report. Your audience may wish to know where you got your info.
(3) a clear discussion of the problem and why it is important
Be specific when defining your organization’s problem
Analyze the problem’s causes
Explain who is affected and what is at stake
(4) different perspectives related to the problem, and alternative solutions;
Separately identify three or four different approaches or ways of understanding
your NGO and its problem (Make sure to use headings and subheadings. Bosses don’t like to struggle to find the info)
Define a full range of arguments. Make sure to include ones that are contrary to your final recommendation.
(5) your recommendations and reasoning
Each recommendation must be not only possible but feasible.
· You must provide evidence for your reasoning
(6) appendices and supplementary material.
(7) A reference list separate from the white paper