Instructions: Complete the task(s) set out below.
Word Limit: Maximum 3000 words excluding footnotes, bibliography and other items listed in
Reg 6.83 of the ARU Academic Regulations.
Written assignments must not exceed the specified maximum number of words. When a written assignment is marked, the excessive use of words beyond the word limit is reflected in the academic judgement of the piece of work which results in a lower mark being awarded for the piece of work (Regs. 6.81-6.82).
Submission Date: This assignment must be submitted via VLE by no later than
(see VLE > Assessments & Assessment Guidance)
Deadline extensions and late submission:
Requests for short-term extensions (Regs 6.64-6.73), long-term extensions (Regs 6.74-6.80) will be considered by the Faculty Student Advisers. These must be received & agreed by the Faculty Student Advisers prior to the deadline. Please use extension request form on VLE > Services > My Forms.
The deadline for submission of an Exceptional Circumstances claim is no later than five working days after the published (or extended) submission deadline (Regs 6.112-6.139).
Late Submission Process
If you have not submitted before your deadline (or extended deadline), you will be able to submit late, up to the maximum additional 5 working days, but you will incur a penalty.
Revised Late Submission Penalty:
Where a student submits late but still on the same date as their deadline (e.g., before midnight), they will receive a deduction of 10% of the total available marks, but never below the published pass mark.
Thereafter, where a student submits late between midnight of their deadline and 5 working days past their deadline, their assessment mark will be capped at 40%.
The Texas Heartbeat Act (‘the Heartbeat Act’), which bans abortion after around six weeks of pregnancy, went into effect on 1 September 2021. This act outlawed early-stage abortion for the first time since Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973) gave women the right to choose. According to the Heartbeat Act, private citizens who find any violation of the Heartbeat Act can bring an action. If they are successful, the court will issue injunctive relief and successful plaintiffs receive $10,000 plus reimbursement for legal expenses.
Review the Heartbeat Act under international human rights law, including in terms of the mothers’ rights and the unborn babies’ rights.
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