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World day of social justice encouraging to raise voice against social injustice
The main theme of world social justice day 2021 is ” A Call for Social Justice in the Digital Economy ” .
The digital economy enhances world towards totally transformed and developed nation as the work of world.
It targets developing the world economy for a peaceful atmosphere.
Peace, equality and security are the most vital reasons behind the world day of social justice is celebrated in every corner of the world.
The united Nations General Assembly has decided to observed on 20 February annually.
Approved on 26 Nov 2007 and starting in 2009 , as the world day of social injustice.
The declaration focuses on guaranteeing fair outcomes for all through employment, social protection, social dialogue and fundamental principles & rights.
it is necessary for government to provide and to create a framework for achieving social justice at national regional and international levels.
The themes of world day of social justice in 2019 & 2020
- 2019 : If you want peace and development, work for social justice
- 2020 : closing the inequalities gap to achieve social justice
Social justice day aim :
- Removing insecurities and injustice as far as possible
- Remove barrier that people face because of gender, age , race, religion, disability and culture
Three commonalities of social justice are :
- Equal right
- Equal opportunity
- Equal treatment
UN and policy makers of many nations have decided to achieve the sustainable development to all by 2040 by eradicating poverty, illiteracy.
Social justice mean equal rights and equitable opportunities for all.
Establishing equal society by forgetting gender, age, religion, disability and culture.
Social justice is the view that everyone deserves equal economic, political and social rights and opportunities.
Social justice also imposes on each of us a personal responsibility to work with others to design and continually perfect our institutions as tools for justice.
Issues dealing with social injustice:
- The sick and disabled
- The elderly
- Homeless issues
- Asylum seekers
- Human Trafficking
- Criminal injustice
- Fair and accessible education
- Child labors
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