Dear Writer,Kindly note below notes in regards the needed assignment:(Font Times New Roman size 12, double spaced, one-inch margins, with a cover page, and a bibliography)please engage with the alternative models we examined in the first part of the course (attached) and write about your vision of an alternative model of sociopolitical and economic organization by breaking away from the state-centric and capitalist systems. Please situate yourself within a specific locality (Al Zaatari refugee camp) and speak to its realities, challenges, and possibilities.Basically, my vision is to create a utopian, self reliant and sustainable society for Al Zaatari refugee camp (you can find a lot of resources on the internet about “Al Zaatari” the largest Syrian refugee camp in the world and its organization)There is not specific number of resources required.Models given in class that we should copy in our writingRojava: Social Ecology, Democratic Confederalism, and EthnopluralityIntroduction:The cantons of Rojava (western Kurdistan, located in northern Syria) represent a model of decentralized, democratic self-governance that breaks away from the state system. The Kurds are the largest nation on earth without a state. Situated in one of the most violent regions within the current political order and at the militarized borders of competing states, Rojava introduces gender egalitarianism and ethnic pluralism within a carefully crafted model of self-governance called “democratic confederalism.”Marinaleda: Utopian, Cooperative SocialismIntroduction:Known as the “communist utopia,” the town of Marinaleda is situated in the state of Andalusia in Spain, one the poorest regions in the country with about 27% unemployment rate. A town of about 2,800 inhabitants, Marinaleda began to challenge its harsh reality in 1979 with the election of a new mayor and grassroots movement that managed, through a 12-year battled, to acquire the agricultural land, upon which the village created its agricultural cooperative. Public housing, near full-employment, and sufficient monthly income distinguish Marinaleda from its troubled surroundings. And yet, this experiment is not without controversy.https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/oct/20/marinaleda-spanish-communist-village-utopiahttps://www.yesmagazine.org/economy/2014/07/17/marinaleda/http://new-compass.net/articles/marinaleda-modelthe above links in addition to the attachments provided are to be considered as models of the Utopian community we need to create in the refugee campThis the start of the essay:In this paper I will be writing about “Al Zaatari” the largest refugee camp in the middle east and the second largest in the world. It is located in the north eastern desert of Jordan, 85 Km away from the capital Amman and 10 Km from the Jordan-Syrian borders.It was first established in 2012 to respond to the huge influx of the Syrian refugees who fled the Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. The Camp capacity is hosting around 80’000 refugees.