May 2020 Theory of Knowledge (TOK) Essay Prescribed Title #2 RLE – Australian police and Aboriginal children (BBC)

“Australia’s New South Wales police have disproportionately targeted Aboriginal children under a repeat offender monitoring scheme, a report has said. The Law Enforcement Conduct Commission (LECC) looked into the cases of 429 children in 2016-18 under the Suspect Target Management Plan (STMP). It found that 72% of the children, aged Read more…

May 2020 Theory of Knowledge (TOK) Essay Prescribed Title #1 RLE – CBC article on #MeToo movement

CBC Headline: “#MeToo movement has been a ‘net positive’ in Canadian workplaces” “High-profile sexual harassment cases have spurred Canadian employers to do more to prevent abuse in workplaces, but there’s still a long way to go, experts say.” https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/metoo-weinstein-canadian-workplaces-1.5439147 There are many RLEs in the MeToo movement with a direct Read more…

May 2020 Theory of Knowledge (TOK) Essay Prescribed Title #1 RLE – Pakistani activist protests military human rights abuses

“The man leading protests accusing Pakistan’s army of human rights abuses has been arrested for alleged criminal conspiracy and sedition. Manzoor Pashteen was taken into custody in Peshawar along with nine others from his Pashtun Protection Movement.” https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-51262639 Manzoor Pashteen has taken a number of steps far beyond seeing “what Read more…