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On The World Social Justice Day, 20-02-2022 at Meerut MAHA BAUDHI INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION OFFICE Conduct a small workshop to the awareness for the Social Justice in Society in The India. In India The Society has divided in so many categories. Main thing is very complicated Cast system. People are rich or Poor that is not a matter in Social Level. There is main matter that the People which Cast to belongs. In India there is no matter that People how much is Educated or Knowledgeable here main count by which Cast he/she belongs. So That we can say that after 75 years of Independent India has not empowerments to give the Social Justice.

The World Day of Social Justice on 20-February it marks the coming together of people from all walks of Life to Support the idea of Justice, Victim’s Rights and most importantly ensuring no crime that Jeopardises peace takes place. The day is also a reminder of the significance of social justice for the underprivileged and oppressed.

February 20th is a day to recognize the importance of social justice. In India Major social justice issues include poverty, discrimination, gender equality, and more But more populations are specifically affected by Cast system.

One of the most powerful things you can do in the fight for social justice is to encourage a young person. When supported and empowered, kids and teens can do incredible things. If you know any young people interested in social justice, but they aren’t sure how to get started, tell them about the non profit Do Something. Their website has a long list of campaigns, activism projects, and educational resources that kids can participate in. Submitting proof of a completed campaign or project makes them eligible for prizes, like scholarships. US or Canadian citizens who are 25 years or younger are eligible.       

The World Day of Social Justice is just one day, but fighting for social justice is a lifelong pursuit. If you want to make more of an impact, use the day to create a longer-term action plan. This could include compiling a list of books and educational resources you want to study; setting up a monthly donation to an organization; and researching local community groups cantered on social justice. There are many things you can add to your routines to raise awareness of issues and help with solutions. You don’t have to rearrange your life and change your career to become a social justice advocate.

Social justice is the view that everyone deserves to enjoy the same economic, political and social rights, regardless of race, socioeconomic status, gender or other characteristics. Teaching social justice in the classroom is crucial for preparing young people to become responsible global citizens in the 21st century.

Being a Human It is our Responsibility to raise a voice against social injustice and to bring the various communities Nationally together to eliminate poverty, gender, and physical discrimination, illiteracy, religious discrimination to make a socially integrated society.

To raise voices against social injustice and to remove barriers regarding gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture, or disability, World Social Justice Day is observed. On this day, many schools, colleges, and universities do special activities and organise events around a theme related to poverty, social and economic exclusion, or unemployment. So that the people ( Citizens of India ) may know that it is necessary to uphold the principles of social justice.

The International Labour Organization (ILO) unanimously work Globally and provide the cover protection by the making guidelines internationally for the organized and unorganized lobbers. In India main problem is that there is unorganized Labours are more then organized labours. Because of Unorganized they are suffer every day.

MAHA BAUDHI INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION have try to awareness in society and stabilized social justice in Indian Society. We explain the main objective of celebrating 20th February of The World Day of Social Justice.


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