Each reply must be 200 words, be written in current APA formatting, and must be supported by assignedcourse assigned reading and/or biblical references. #1ICE Detention…

Each reply must be 200 words, be written in current APA formatting, and must be supported by assignedcourse assigned reading and/or biblical references.
#1ICE Detention Centers Holocaust Implications. I have to admit that I am appalled at the treatment ofthese people! Theres much to be said about collaboration within your study referencing privatizeddetention centers and those owned by states and municipalities. All of which are under the samejurisdiction and should be mandated to maintain the same standards, quality of life, and monitoredproperly. There are International Humanitarian Laws that are obviously being violated by theovercrowding, unsafe water quality, and unwanted/undocumented medical procedures and lack of care.Major crosscutting administrative laws vary in their authorization of collaboration as a public valuepolicy and of specific designs, including collaborative networks, public policy dispute resolution,mediation, public participation, dialogue, and deliberation (Amsler, 2016).However, I am inclined to differ with you on your scripture choice, James 1:12. I believe thatscripture was referring to the persecuted followers of Christ in biblical days that were jailed because oftheir beliefs in the Messiah. Whereas, the detained today are trying to find asylum in the U.S. andmake a better life for their families, that became prisoners for it. Further, the Holocaust victims weretaken and massacred for resisting the change in government radical reform to Nazis. Assuming that theimmigrants detained are Mexican or of Central/South American decent, why detain them more than24 hours when we can send them back across the border? Governments can only stimulateenvironmental conditions that are necessary to generate spontaneous behavior by citizens as individualsand groups…programs of involvement and collaboration need to be governed by citizens andadministered by practitioners…adjusting more vigorously to include transformation of goodwill intoeffective operations (Vigoda, 2002). Can the partnership needed for a collaboration or goodgovernance be attained without a covenant involving both parties?You also stated that as immigrant detention continues to grow the usage of state and municipalprisons…can be addressed by public officials. Well, that may be the problem, or lack thereof when thedecision-makers should be lobbying not just to demand the standards of the facilities be brought tolivable conditions, but simultaneously to bring proper reform. In conclusion, I challenge us to ineverything, then, do to others as you would have them do to you. For this is the essence of the Law andthe Prophets. Matthew 7:12.
#2developing countries ability to control the world pandemic of COVID-19 to ensure the health and safetyof the land, economics, and people. Scientific research identified the start of COVID-19 originated inWuhan, China (Moon, (2020). While in the earlier stages symptoms of COVID19 seemed like the severeacute respiratory syndrome (SARS) or Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) (Moon, (2020). Aftermultiple infections were studied it was determined COVID-19 was more contagious (Moon, (2020). Theinfection of COVID -19 is seen as the most impactful infectious virus globally (Moon, (2020). COVID hasimpacted the publics financial, health, and psychological fears. The number of infections is more rapidthan previously mentioned diseases (Moon, (2020). COVID has a height of 2.5 million infections
worldwide, with more than 160,000 deaths in the span of four months (Moon, (2020). When comparedto SARS and MERS combined infections totaled 8,096 in the span of eight months (Moon, (2020).Harlan Cleveland was the first to use the word governance as a substitute for the term publicadministration. Cleveland stated, What the people want is less government and more governance(Frederickson, (2004). The term governance has evolved over time in terms of public administration.Public administration started with the understanding of one who implements government policies andworks as civil servant. In the modern form a person positioned as a public administrator is not onlyaccountable for influencing the procedures and systems of governments, they are also held accountablefor social transparency. One who governs needs to have the ability communicate clearly, plan, organize,direct, coordinate, and control government systems.China, and South Korea discovered there first verified COVID cases in January 2020. Presentedchallenging conditions as increasing case numbers were verified, cases steadily (Moon, (2020). OnFebruary 19, 2020 there was a height of 909 newly verified cases. It was determined that the up rise inCOVID came from religious group Shincheonji service meetings from Kyungbook Province (Moon,(2020). Shincheonji beliefs teach the true faith with salvation to be given at the final judgment. Personsoutside the religious group are believed to be deprived of mercy and demolished (Moon, (2020).The South Korean government alerted the public with the red level due to an increase in COVID19 casesin Daegu and Kyungbook Province (Moon, (2020). The government sprang into action communicating,planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, and controlling government systems for the wellbeing oftheir country (Moon, (2020). Measures varied from epidemiological examination of the infected tohomeopathic care, public, and economic plans (Moon, (2020). the government suffered difficulties inbargaining with the religious group when trying to gather data. the South Korean governments well-thought-out battle of cases demonstrated innovative and useful answers to COVID19 epidemic (Moon,(2020).
#3Representation in Collaborative Governance: A Case Study of a Food Policy CouncilThis case study focuses on the aspect of representation as a hallmark of democratic governance.Representation is the act of having people from different areas with varying perspectives broughttogether in deciding what should be done concerning a particular issue affecting the community or state(Koski et al., 2018). The study was based on a food policy council located in the Western United States,where representation was applied in public administration to ensure that everything in the region ransmoothly. Therefore, collaborative governance involves the community, government, and the privatesectors that interact and work together to achieve what could not be achieved by a single sector in thepublic administration (Amsler, 2016). However, this requires a set of conditions that must be met toensure that this type of governance runs smoothly.The case study brings together management, politics, and law in the public administration in an attemptto provide stable governance to a group of people (Koski et al., 2018). From what can be drawn from thestudy, the first condition required for effective collaborative governance is democracy. Society must bedemocratic where each individual has their rights and freedoms to do whatever they want as long asthey abide by the law (Koski et al., 2018). This will give room for representation in which different
groups can rise and demand that their opinions be listened to when making decisions affecting them.This is a good indicator that collaborative governance is specifically designed to embolden the inclusionand participation of different stakeholders and a diversified array of parties in the policymaking process.

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