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WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE; 20th FEBRUARY

WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE; 20th FEBRUARY.
World Day of Social justice is celebrated annually on the 20th of february.
Social simply mean a festive gathering to foster introduction whereas Justice is the state or characteristics of being just or fair. Justice is seen as the ideal of fairness, impartially e.t.c. it also means the civil power dealing with law.
This implies the need to promote efforts to tackle issues related to societal problems such as poverty, exclusion and unemployment among others.
On this day CSO’s, NGO’s, and other organisations present plans on how to tackle these issues for greater social justice. This include tackling poverty, social and economic exclusion and unemployment. They organise activities and programs to commemorate the day and make call for fair outcomes for all through employment, social protection, social dialogue, and fundamental principles and right. Institutions of learning both secondary and tertiary, government and private are encouraged on developing ideal topics for teaching students about the need for social justice include (but not limited to) childhood poverty, global citizenship, human rights, and sustainable development.
Jumali and MDSCF join the general populace to observed the day.
Happy World Day of Social Justice from JTSLTA/MDSCF.

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