Instructions Review the material in Chapter 11, Pursuing Justice Through Human Rights. Please also review the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code, SS, 1979, c. S.24.1, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the United Nations website before you begin. Where possible, use these sources to add accuracy to your posts. You are encouraged to include additional research in your forum posts. This adds value to the discussion and to your mark. You must include a reference list at the bottom of your post, in the correct format. Sort by organization name, or author’s last name. Do not cite or sort by document title. Include the URL so readers can follow up on your references. You MUST source your writing. There were far too many of you who didn’t use any sources in your writing in the first Discussion Forum. We worked through this but please make sure you are using in-text sources using APA style. Remember that if you are using a direct quotation from ANY source, including a website, you must use a page reference. If there are no page numbers provided in the document, the notation n.p. is used. If no year of publication is given, use n.d.. If you are citing from statutes, please make sure to use correct legal citations. Look on CanLII and copy what is at the top of the site when you look up a statute. Participate in the discussion using the Discussion Forum during the dates indicated in the Course Outline and on URCourses. Please provide your answers to the questions and reply to the posts of at least two other students. This is a mandatory requirement of the assignment. Your assignment will be incomplete if you don’t reply to two other students, at a minimum. There is no word count in this forum. Express yourself clearly and succinctly and please make sure you edit your post for grammar, spelling, spacing and content, as well as for correct APA citations. You have all been given comments and feedback in your last forum to help you. QUESTIONS While the formal definitions of social movements differ slightly, most researchers agree that social movements are a main source of political conflict and the impetus for social change. Note: This discussion forum refers to social movements in Canada and the human rights they have furthered. While examples from other countries are interesting, please focus your research and responses on Canadian examples. What are social movements and what types of social change do they promote? Please define and discuss, using examples. Describe two significant areas of human rights associated with social movements in Canada? Please give examples for each. Please make reference to the classification of the Generations of Rights referred to in the text to describe the nature of the human rights advances you have chosen to describe in the question above. Explain what Generation of Rights applies to the human rights you have described. There are many groups of persons in Canada which have been involved in social movements to further equality for their communities. What human rights and equality issues have these groups addressed? Please describe two such groups. Please describe an important social movement in Canada with which you personally identify, and please explain why you relate to this movement. What social justice issues does this movement address? What goals and accomplishments have they stated they want to achieve? What tactics and strategies did they use to create awareness and social and media presence? NOTE: Please make sure to answer all parts of the question. Please explain what advances in human rights this movement which you have selected has generated and how these changes respond to furthering human rights and equality in Canada. Have they been successful? Are there tangible changes in law or government or other social institutions’ policies, for example, which this social movement has brought about? How have these changes responded to furthering justice in Canadian society? NOTE: Please use the 3 frames of justice analysis in your commentary: formal justice, substantive justice and ethical practice. Please explain and discuss.