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“Social justice is the view that everyone deserves equal economic, political and social rights and opportunities. Social workers aim to open the doors of access and opportunity for everyone, particularly those in greatest need.” National Association of Social Workers. “Social justice encompasses economic justice.
Every person should have sufficient access to the goods and resources of society so that they can completely and easily live fulfilling lives. The rights of the individual to personal possessions and community resources must be balanced with the needs of the disadvantaged and dispossessed. The common good is reached when we work together to improve the well-being of people in our society and the wider world. The three principles that our justice system seeks to reflect are: equality, fairness and access. Thus quality of moral rightness.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. 1 : the condition of having liberty The slaves won their freedom. 2 : ability to move or act as desired freedom of choice. 3 : release from something unpleasant freedom from care. 4 : the quality of being very frank : candor spoke with freedom. 5 : a political right freedom of speech. The obvious advantages to freedom is that every citizen becomes apart of the government system.
Three basic types emerge: social solidarity, political solidarity, and civic solidarity. Social solidarity was made famous by Emile Durkheim who described the social relations of different forms of society. In this way, solidarity emerges as a key concept. Social solidarity emphasizes the interdependence between individuals in a society, which allows individuals to feel that they can enhance the lives of others. It is a core principle of collective action and is founded on shared values and beliefs among different groups in society.
Peace is a concept of societal friendship and harmony in the absence of hostility and violence. In a social sense, peace is commonly used to mean a lack of conflict (such as war) and freedom from fear of violence between individuals or groups. For these nonviolent peoples, their very sense of defining themselves as peaceful is the foundation of their worldviews. Building interpersonal harmony and avoiding violence is essential to their ways of life. The eight pillars of peace should be addressed simultaneously, as much as possible: a well-functioning government; a sound business environment; an equitable distribution of resources; an acceptance of the rights of others.