critical comparative analysis of an international public institution’s and an international NGO’s engagement (NGO must have transnational connections) with the ‘macro issue’. Your focus must be transnational: not just one country and not considering issues solely as they impact on and between nation states, but also as they impact on particular populations across national borders.
The two organisations must have connection, such as one working with or lobbying the other, or one being critical of the other’s actions or stance. They certainly should be working on the same aspects of the broader issue that you choose to treat.
Ensure that you do not cast your focus too broadly, but pick one or two aspects of the issue that you would like to consider: they could be in the areas of politics, society, economy, environment, security, armed conflict, culture, language, religion, ethnicity, human rights etc.
They could ne considered at a global or regional level, or at the level of issues that involve two or more countries in a specific relationship (e.g. cross-border cultural, trade or ethnic politics).
Also, consider this approach: How do they frame the issue? Is this framing consistent with the stated philosophy of the organisations, as ascertained via their websites, charter etc? What sort of cultural and symbolic capital are they mobilising in their communicative and persuasive strategies? Your analysis will draw on some of the theoretical or epistemological approaches. And where useful or relevant, apply techniques such as content or discourse analysis.
Your essay can also draw on both quantitative and qualitative data.
You should write for an educated and specialist readership and reference to both primary sources and scholarly secondary literature is compulsory: you must back up your claims.
Primary sources comprise material authored by the organisations: include websites, reports, and other publications, statements or press interviews by key personnel, and so on. You should include some comment on the use of language and imagery.
Secondary sources include media reports on the organisations and their activities, and institutional and activist critiques, and scholarly sources for more in-depth discussion. You must include scholarly secondary sources.
*If it is relevant to the question, please include FIFA and Qatar Worldcup as a case study. (ONLY if it’s relevant).
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