Imagine that you have the authority and essential resources to identify and miti

Imagine that you have the authority and essential resources to identify and mitigate a serious social problem in your community. Consider the various stakeholders connected to this problem, as well as the agents who could collaborate to assist you in achieving your goal. What steps would you take? What would your timeline look like?
This week, you create and share an issue brief related to positive social change at a local level.
To Prepare
Review the topics and activities from the first 2 modules of this course. Then, reflect upon a way that you can apply the course lessons to achieve a professional goal related to positive social change at a local level.
Review the Issue Brief examples as well as the Issue brief resources found in this week’s Learning Resources to guide you as you create your issue brief for your Discussion.
In Week 1, you chose a serious social problem in your field of study that directly relates to your community. Examples of social problem topics include homelessness, drug abuse, criminal behavior, effects of climate change, public health, and food insecurity.
For this Discussion, you will create an issue brief and attach it to your main post. You may choose to use an infographic format, a traditional narrative format in Word, a Glog, PowerPoint or any other infographic format that can communicate the issue and possible solutions. Please see the Learning Resources for the variety of ways you may want to present your issue brief.
By Day 3
Post your issue brief in the form of a 1- to 2- page paper, a 6- to 9-slide PowerPoint presentation, a 1-page interactive Glog, or other 1-page Infographic. It should include:
A descriiption of a serious social problem in your community
Stakeholders involved (e.g., agencies, services, governmental offices, media, demographic groups, corporations, religious groups)
Optimal strategies to resolve the problem
A timeline for the various stages of implementation
At least 2 peer-reviewed references (maximum of 5 references directly related to your topic)

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