Guidelines: • 500-600 words long • Topic: Human Rights: The UN Framework on Business and Human Rights: A Workers’ Rights Critique • Your task is to a. Analyze it critically. Seize on a central concept, claim, or argument from the piece, reconstruct it to the best of your ability, b. raise at least one critical question about it. This question might concern: something you think is empirically missing from the analysis; a conceptual limitation you have identified in the analytic framework being utilized; the broader implications of the argument or claim defended by the author; a case study that either illustrates or problematizes the claim being made; or a possible connection between it and another idea we have discussed in the course. • Your paper must do the work of both reconstruction and critical/reflective questioning in order for it to a chance at earning full credit. • Free to use your format of preference (MLA/APA etc) • Required: quoting text • Include citations VERY IMPORTANT: articulate your ideas. The paper must have a critical aspect. Remember it is a reflection paper. Readings: The UN Framework on Business and Human Rights: A Workers’ Rights Critique by Rashmi Venkatesan .