Analysis of a Social Policy Needing Change -25 references (dated 2013-2018) Peer scholarly journals, Law , Newspaper articles -4-6 pages, Double spaced In this assignment, students go beyond analysis to articulating what the alternative social policy should be, and then providing strategies on how to advocate for its change. a) What is the problem/issue that the policymakers want to address in this policy? What is the objective of the policy? b) How does this policy have an impact on issues of equity, social justice and/or discrimination for the specified target population? How does this policy decrease equality, deny access to resources and services? And/or how does this policy increase equality, or provide access to resources and services? c) How is power distributed in this policy for the target group? How is it distributed to other groups such as lawmakers, professionals, private citizens, etc.? What groups are denied power (such as rights, access to resources, etc.) because of this policy and what are the effects? What groups are given increased power (i.e. financial resources, ability to provide services, etc.) because of this policy, and what is the impact? d) What are the unmet needs experienced by a specific target population as a result of this policy? e) What are the unintended consequences of this policy, and for whom?