Social Justice: An interactive process whereby members of a community are concerned for the equality and rights of all.Bioethics: A branch of applied ethics that studies the value implications of practices and developments in life sciences, medicine, and health care.Human Rights: The rights of the individual to cultural, social, economic, and educational opportunities as provided by society, e.g., right to work, right to education, and right to social security.Family Planning Policy: A course or method of action selected, usually by a government, to guide and determine present and future decisions on population control by limiting the number of children or controlling fertility, notably through family planning and contraception within the nuclear family.Public Health: Branch of medicine concerned with the prevention and control of disease and disability, and the promotion of physical and mental health of the population on the international, national, state, or municipal level.Social Behavior: Any behavior caused by or affecting another individual, usually of the same species.Criminal Law: A branch of law that defines criminal offenses, regulates the apprehension, charging and trial of suspected persons, and fixes the penalties and modes of treatment applicable to convicted offenders.United StatesSocial Support: Support systems that provide assistance and encouragement to individuals with physical or emotional disabilities in order that they may better cope. Informal social support is usually provided by friends, relatives, or peers, while formal assistance is provided by churches, groups, etc.Social Environment: The aggregate of social and cultural institutions, forms, patterns, and processes that influence the life of an individual or community.Social Isolation: The separation of individuals or groups resulting in the lack of or minimizing of social contact and/or communication. This separation may be accomplished by physical separation, by social barriers and by psychological mechanisms. In the latter, there may be interaction but no real communication.

*  Pro Bono | Social Justice Initiatives | Columbia Law School

Social Justice Initiatives distributes new pro bono postings to students weekly throughout the year (including during the ...
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*  Social justice - Wikipedia

Main articles: Social contract, Justice, Corrective justice, and Distributive justice. The different concepts of justice, as ... B O'Neill, 'The Injustice of Social Justice' (Mises Institute). *R Pound, 'Social Justice and Legal Justice' (1912) 75 Central ... The United Nations' 2006 document Social Justice in an Open World: The Role of the United Nations, states that "Social justice ... If not, if 'social justice' means something different from 'justice' - then 'something different from justice' is by definition ...
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*  International Social Justice Commission - Consumerism

Everyone everywhere must consume to live. Consumption helps us stay alive and keeps economies working. But a problem emerges when consumption is excessive
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*  Office of Social Justice & Activism

Otterbein University's Office of Social Justice & Activism (Diversity) hosts programs for you to explore diverse populations ... Office of Social Justice & Activism. The Office of Social Justice & Activism is located in Student Affairs in Hanby Hall.. ... Office of Social Justice & Activism We promote diversity, inclusion and equity through educational, social and service ... Office of Social Justice & Activism. *Diversity Education. *Nurturing Educational Success & Transitions (NEST) ...
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*  Blacks, Jews and Social Justice: An Inside Look into Seth Limmer, an Activist Rabbi! Thursday, October 1, 2015

Blacks, Jews and Social Justice: An Inside Look into Seth Limmer, an Activist Rabbi! on Inner Revolutionary Radio , ... Rabbi Limmer also serves in the Reform movement's highest social justice position: he is Chair of the Justice, Peace and Civil ... Blacks, Jews and Social Justice: An Inside Look into Seth Limmer, an Activist Rabbi! October 1, 2015. Hosted by Helen Hillix, ... Using social media, his hope is to inspire all the members of the human family to fight for freedom, justice, equality and ...
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*  Ekklesia | Category - social justice

... is the Christian keynote when dubious appeals to unity are used in religion and in society to thwart calls for social justice, ... but the need to move the social justice agenda in economics remains. ... The United Methodist Church is urging justice for migrants worldwide and reform of U.S. immigration laws. ...
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*  International Social Justice Commission - Indigenous Peoples Symposium

ISJC's Winsome Nenewa was a recent panelist speaking on the topic Preserving Language and Culture of an Indigenous Peoples Symposium
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*  Poverty/Social Justice

Directories » Organizations (I-Z) » Poverty/Social Justice Poverty/Social Justice A Place Called Home (Local: Lindsay, ON). ... Centre for Social Justice Conducts research and educational activities designed to strengthen the movement for social justice. ... Justice For Girls. Justice for Girls promotes support, justice, and equality for adolescent girls who have experienced violence ... They believe that social and economic justice can best be achieved with a national active membership who are invested in their ...
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*  Texas Social Justice Series: Housing

In the first of a four-part series on the fight for social justice in Texas, join us for a discussion of one of the most basic ... This program is presented in partnership with the Social Justice Institute at the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas ... The Texas Social Justice Series is sponsored in part by funding from Humanities Texas. ... and the director of UT's Social Justice Institute. He holds a Ph.D. in American Studies from New York University. Tang has ...
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*  Black leaders blast megachurches, say they ignore social justice

... emphasis on social justice to preach a gospel o ... say they ignore social justice. Black leaders blast ... emphasis on social justice to preach a gospel of wealth and self-help. ... making the justice system fairer to young black men and political activism. ...
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*  Resources & Publications | Social Justice Initiatives | Columbia Law School

SJI's Proprietary Guides for Columbia Law School Students and Grads Proprietary public interest career resources produced for the sole use of Columbia Law School students and grads, including the.
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*  Project MUSE - Contested Nature

... social justice and biological conservation must go hand in hand. The protection of nature is a complex social enterprise, and ... It is axiomatic that protected areas come with social benefits and social costs. Social impact assessment (SIA), a now familiar ... 2. The Winding Road: Incorporating Social Justice and Human Rights into Protected Area Policies Download PDF pp. 25-40 ... Promoting International Biodiversity with Social Justice in the Twenty-first Century. Steven R. Brechin, Crystal L. Fortwangler ...
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*  WKU Center for Citizenship and Social Justice

Leah Ashwill is the Director of the Center for Citizenship & Social Justice (CCSJ) in the Department of Diversity and Community ... faculty and staff exploring social justice and citizenship through other academic lenses. Ms. Ashwill and the CCSJ team work to ... Ashwill is personally committed to diversity, inclusion and addressing social inequities through her various roles. She also ... facilitate vital campus and community partnerships that address pressing social issues by developing public problem-solving ...
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*  Global Warming and Social Justice by Eric A. Posner, Cass R. Sunstein :: SSRN

This article investigates considerations of distributive and corrective justice in the context of climate change policy. The ... Global Warming and Social Justice. Regulation, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 14-20, Spring 2008 ... Posner, Eric A. and Sunstein, Cass R., Global Warming and Social Justice (Spring 2008). Regulation, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 14-20, ... This article investigates considerations of distributive and corrective justice in the context of climate change policy. The ...
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*  Social Justice Real Justice Conference 2013

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*  The Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) and the threat to social programs, environmental sustainability and social justice...

and the threat to social programs, environmental sustainability and social justice. in Canada and the Americas by Maude Barlow ... human rights and social justice groups, farmers, indigenous peoples, artists, workers and many others. Every single social ... Universal health care, public education, child care, pensions, social assistance and many other social services are now ... curtail public spending on social programs and abandon universal health care, education and social security programs * ...
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*  Social Justice Events | Hamline University News

Hamline University is pleased to invite the public to its annual Social Justice Symposium events on April 5-8. This year's ... More on the Social Justice Symposium. The Social Justice Symposium is presented each year to educate members of the Hamline ... different social justice issues, and also highlights and celebrates the life and accomplishments of legendary social justice ... Race and Social Justice". Location: Bush Student Center, Ballroom, 1551 Hewitt Avenue, Saint Paul Hamline's social change ...
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*  Soul City Institute for Social Justice

... communities and society based on active citizenship and principles of social justice. It is driven by the recognition that ... social mobilisation and advocacy, we aim to improve the quality of life and health of people in Southern Africa through ... Soul City Institute for Social Justice Using a combination of mass media, social mobilisation and advocacy, we aim to improve ... communities and society based on active citizenship and principles of social justice. It is driven by the recognition that ...
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*  About: Education, Citizenship and Social Justice

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*  Centre for Health and Social Justice - MacArthur Foundation

... the Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ) seeks to promote gender quality, human rights, and social justice in the health ... Related Grantees: Centre for Health and Social Justice, Socio Legal Information Centre. More ... The MacArthur Foundation awarded Centre for Health and Social Justice $325,000 between 1978 and 2017. ... Centre for Health and Social Justice. Location:. New Delhi, India. Website:. http://www.chsj.org. ...
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*  Genetic Research - Resources in Connexions Social Justice Library

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*  Social Justice & Civic Engagement (SJCE) | Dominican University

... social justice, public ethic, civic engagement, human rights, social change and global pursuit of the common good. ... to deepen their civic engagement and service to the community while studying emerging research in the field of social justice. ... social justice, public ethic, civic engagement, human rights, social change and global pursuit of the common good. In addition ... Students who have a passion for social justice.. * Students who want to make a difference or are interested in deepening their ...
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*  Evangelical Left Leader: Social Justice is Biblical, 'Pretty Conservative'

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*  LiveLeak.com - F.A. Hayek - Social Justice

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(1/796) Selecting subjects for participation in clinical research: one sphere of justice.

Recent guidelines from the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) mandate the inclusion of adequate numbers of women in clinical trials. Ought such standards to apply internationally? Walzer's theory of justice is brought to bear on the problem, the first use of the theory in research ethics, and it argues for broad application of the principle of adequate representation. A number of practical conclusions for research ethics committees (RECs) are outlined. Eligibility criteria in clinical trials ought to be justified by trial designers. Research ethics committees ought to question criteria that seem to exclude unnecessarily women from research participation. The issue of adequate representation should be construed broadly, so as to include consideration of the representation of the elderly, persons with HIV, mental illness and substance abuse disorders in clinical research.  (+info)

(2/796) Narrowing social inequalities in health? Analysis of trends in mortality among babies of lone mothers (abridged version 1).

OBJECTIVES: To examine trends in mortality among babies registered solely by their mother (lone mothers) and to compare these with trends in infant mortality for couple registrations overall and couple registrations subdivided by social class of father. DESIGN: Analysis of trends in infant death rates from 1975 to 1996 for the three groups. The data source was the national linked infant mortality file, containing all records of infant death in England and Wales linked to the respective birth records. SETTING: England and Wales. PARTICIPANTS: All live births (n=14.3 million) from 1975 to 1996; all deaths of infants from birth to 12 months of age over the same period (n=135 800). MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Death rates in the perinatal, neonatal, and postneonatal periods and for infancy overall. RESULTS: For the babies of lone mothers infant mortality has fallen to less than a third of the 1975 level, with a clear reduction in the gap between the mortality in these babies compared with all couple registrations: the excess mortality in solely registered births was 79% in 1975 reducing to 33% in 1996. Most of the narrowing of the sole-couple differential was associated with the neonatal period, for which there is now no appreciable gap. For couple registrations analysed by social class of father, infant death rates have more than halved in each social class from 1975 to 1996. The reductions in mortality were greater in the late 1970s and early 1990s. Infant death rates in classes IV-V remained between 50% and 65% higher than in classes I-II. Differentials between social classes were largest in the postneonatal period and smallest in the perinatal and neonatal periods. The gap in perinatal and neonatal mortality between the babies of lone mothers and couple parents in social classes IV-V has disappeared. CONCLUSIONS: The differential in infant mortality between social classes still exists, whereas the differential between sole and couple registrations has decreased, showing positive progress in the reduction of inequalities. As the reduction in the differential was confined to the neonatal period these improvements may be more a reflection of healthcare factors than of factors associated with lone mothers' social and economic circumstances.  (+info)

(3/796) Medical technology and inequity in health care: the case of Korea.

There has been a rapid influx of high cost medical technologies into the Korean hospital market. This has raised concerns about the changes it will bring for the Korean health care sector. Some have questioned whether this diffusion will necessarily have positive effects on the health of the overall population. Some perverse effects of uncontrolled diffusion of technologies have been hinted in recent literature. For example, there is a problem of increasing inequity with the adoption of expensive technologies. Utilization of most of the expensive high technology services is not covered by national health insurance schemes; examples of such technologies are Ultra Sonic, CT Scanner, MRI, Radiotherapy, EKG, and Lithotripter. As a result, the rich can afford expensive high technology services while the poor cannot. This produces a gradual evolution of classes in health service utilization. This study examines how health service utilization among different income groups is affected by the import of high technologies. It discusses changes made within the health care system, and explains the circumstances under which the rapid and excessive diffusion of medical technologies occurred in the hospital sector.  (+info)

(4/796) Gender and equity in health sector reform programmes: a review.

This paper reviews current literature and debates about Health Sector Reform (HSR) in developing countries in the context of its possible implications for women's health and for gender equity. It points out that gender is a significant marker of social and economic vulnerability which is manifest in inequalities of access to health care and in women's and men's different positioning as users and producers of health care. Any analysis of equity must therefore include a consideration of gender issues. Two main approaches to thinking about gender issues in health care are distinguished--a 'women's health' approach, and a 'gender inequality' approach. The framework developed by Cassels (1995), highlighting six main components of HSR, is used to try to pinpoint the implications of HSR in relation to both of these approaches. This review makes no claim to sociological or geographical comprehensiveness. It attempts instead to provide an analysis of the gender and women's health issues most likely to be associated with each of the major elements of HSR and to outline an agenda for further research. It points out that there is a severe paucity of information on the actual impact of HSR from a gender point of view and in relation to substantive forms of vulnerability (e.g. particular categories of women, specific age groups). The use of generic categories, such as 'the poor' or 'very poor', leads to insufficient disaggregation of the impact of changes in the terms on which health care is provided. This suggests the need for more carefully focused data collection and empirical research.  (+info)

(5/796) The lessons of user fee experience in Africa.

This paper reviews the experience of implementing user fees in Africa. It describes the two main approaches to implementing user fees that have been applied in African countries, the standard and the Bamako Initiative models, and their common objectives. It summarizes the evidence concerning the impact of fees on equity, efficiency and system sustainability (as opposed to financial sustainability), and the key bottlenecks to their effective implementation. On the basis of this evidence it then draws out three main sets of lessons, focusing on: where and when to implement fees; how to enhance the impact of fees on their objectives; and how to strengthen the process of implementation. If introduced by themselves, fees are unlikely to achieve equity, efficiency or sustainability objectives. They should, therefore, be seen as only one element in a broader health care financing package that should include some form of risk-sharing. This financing package is important in limiting the potential equity dangers clearly associated with fees. There is a greater potential role for fees within hospitals rather than primary facilities. Achievement of equity, efficiency and, in particular, sustainability will also require the implementation of complementary interventions to develop the skills, systems and mechanisms of accountability critical to ensure effective implementation. Finally, the process of policy development and implementation is itself an important influence over effective implementation.  (+info)

(6/796) The potential role of risk-equalization mechanisms in health insurance: the case of South Africa.

International agencies such as the World Bank have widely advocated the use of health insurance as a way of improving health sector efficiency and equity in developing countries. However, in developing countries with well-established, multiple-player health insurance markets, such as South Africa, extension of insurance coverage is now inhibited by problems of moral hazard, and associated cost escalation and fragmentation of insurer risk-pools. Virtually no research has been done on the problem of risk selection in health insurance outside developed countries. This paper provides a brief overview of the problem of risk fragmentation as it has been studied in developed countries, and attempts to apply this to middle-income country settings, particularly that of South Africa. A number of possible remedial measures are discussed, with risk-equalization funds being given the most attention. An overview is given of the risk-equalization approach, common misconceptions regarding its working and the processes that might be required to assess its suitability in different national settings. Where there is widespread public support for social risk pooling in health care, and government is willing and able to assume a regulatory role to achieve this, risk-equalization approaches may achieve significant efficiency and equity gains without destroying the positive features of private health care financing, such as revenue generation, competition and free choice of insurer.  (+info)

(7/796) International developments in abortion law from 1988 to 1998.

OBJECTIVES: In 2 successive decades since 1967, legal accommodation of abortion has grown in many countries. The objective of this study was to assess whether liberalizing trends have been maintained in the last decade and whether increased protection of women's human rights has influenced legal reform. METHODS: A worldwide review was conducted of legislation and judicial rulings affecting abortion, and legal reforms were measured against governmental commitments made under international human rights treaties and at United Nations conferences. RESULTS: Since 1987, 26 jurisdictions have extended grounds for lawful abortion, and 4 countries have restricted grounds. Additional limits on access to legal abortion services include restrictions on funding of services, mandatory counseling and reflection delay requirements, third-party authorizations, and blockades of abortion clinics. CONCLUSIONS: Progressive liberalization has moved abortion laws from a focus on punishment toward concern with women's health and welfare and with their human rights. However, widespread maternal mortality and morbidity show that reform must be accompanied by accessible abortion services and improved contraceptive care and information.  (+info)

(8/796) Equality and selection for existence.

It is argued that the policy of excluding from further life some human gametes and pre-embryos as "unfit" for existence is not at odds with a defensible idea of human equality. Such an idea must be compatible with the obvious fact that the "functional" value of humans differs, that their "use" to themselves and others differs. A defensible idea of human equality is instead grounded in the fact that as this functional difference is genetically determined, it is nothing which makes humans deserve or be worthy of being better or worse off. Rather, nobody is worth a better life than anyone else. This idea of equality is, however, not applicable to gametes and pre-embryos, since they are not human beings, but something out of which human beings develop.  (+info)



injustice


  • In addition, it allows students to analyze and reflect on issues of social justice and injustice as they are experienced in the local community, as well as in the global community, and to develop an ethically responsible personal and cultural stance through significant reflection opportunities in connection with ongoing service learning. (dom.edu)

criminal justice


  • Boston, February 2, 2012 - The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Massachusetts (NAMI Massachusetts) and the Association for Behavioral Healthcare (ABH) today called on the state to "decriminalize mental illness" and update behavioral health services in order to divert individuals struggling with mental illness away from the criminal justice system. (namimass.org)
  • At a State House press conference to present a report on the intersection of the mental health and criminal justice systems, the two groups urged lawmakers to adopt a series of recommendations that will steer individuals struggling with mental illness away from the criminal justice system. (namimass.org)
  • Building Alliances between the Mental Health and Criminal Justice Systems to Prevent Unnecessary Arrests" was prepared by DMA Health Strategies and funded by The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts. (namimass.org)
  • The report highlights several approaches for statewide implementation of programs aimed at preventing individuals living with mental illness from becoming involved with the criminal justice system. (namimass.org)
  • We need more cooperation between the mental health and criminal justice systems to make sure people get the help they need. (namimass.org)
  • This report, combined with the daily challenges of our partners in law enforcement and those dealing with mental health issues, only increases the urgency of strengthening the linkages between our criminal justice and mental health systems in a person-centered, cost-effective approach," said state Sen. John F. Keenan (D-Quincy). (namimass.org)
  • With appropriate treatment and services, the state will not only succeed in diverting people with mental illness from becoming involved with the criminal justice system, but will also dramatically lower the growing costs straining the state's correctional system. (namimass.org)
  • Currently, some Massachusetts communities have implemented significant efforts to divert people with mental illness from the criminal justice system. (namimass.org)
  • This is the current statement of NDAA's position on the use of DNA in criminal identification, investigation, prosecution, database collection and assessment of guilt or innocence of suspects in the criminal justice system. (llrx.com)
  • The aim of the Forum is to provide a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue on the criminal law and the criminal justice system. (lse.ac.uk)
  • Its members and affiliates (mainly from LSE Law but also other LSE Departments and institutions) conduct research on various aspects of criminal law and criminal justice from a variety of methodological standpoints (moral, political and social theory, criminology, anthropology etc. (lse.ac.uk)
  • The Forum organises an annual seminar series on criminal law and criminal justice theory. (lse.ac.uk)
  • We have had the pleasure to host some of the most established scholars worldwide in criminal law and criminal justice studies but also younger scholars producing exciting new work. (lse.ac.uk)
  • This interdisciplinarity -which is a defining trait of the Forum and the LSE Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Group- enriches the experience of both speakers and attendees. (lse.ac.uk)
  • Criminal justice is a fast-growing field of study. (harding.edu)
  • We are prepared to provide you with the academic tools necessary for either a successful criminal justice career or the pursuit of a graduate degree. (harding.edu)
  • Our program emphasizes a liberal arts foundation enhanced by the study of a variety of legal aspects of the criminal justice system coupled with Christian ethics. (harding.edu)
  • Through an integration of the legal aspects of the criminal justice system and biblical knowledge and values, students will be well equipped to render exceptional service in any area of criminal justice. (harding.edu)
  • For more about the criminal justice program, please see the contact information listed below. (harding.edu)
  • Four year Curriculum Plan for a major in Criminal Justice. (harding.edu)
  • Students are strongly encouraged to take CJ 470 Internship in Criminal Justice in either the fall or spring of the Senior year…but may not take it both semesters. (harding.edu)
  • Some criminal justice agencies have specific physical requirements in order to qualify for employment. (harding.edu)
  • The following is a list of potential career opportunities for individuals who have a degree in Criminal Justice. (harding.edu)
  • There are numerous other opportunities available to Criminal Justice majors. (harding.edu)

scholars


  • During the Middle Ages, religious scholars particularly, such as Thomas Aquinas continued discussion of justice in various ways, but ultimately connected being a good citizen to the purpose of serving God. (wikipedia.org)

diversity


  • Leah Ashwill is the Director of the Center for Citizenship & Social Justice (CCSJ) in the Department of Diversity and Community Studies (DCS) at WKU. (wku.edu)
  • Ms. Ashwill is personally committed to diversity, inclusion and addressing social inequities through her various roles. (wku.edu)

Theory


  • In the later 20th century, social justice was made central to the philosophy of the social contract , primarily by John Rawls in A Theory of Justice (1971). (wikipedia.org)

pursuit


  • Students will be introduced to the study of service, service leadership, social justice, public ethic, civic engagement, human rights, social change and global pursuit of the common good. (dom.edu)

human


  • Hence, social justice is invoked today while reinterpreting historical figures such as Bartolomé de las Casas , in philosophical debates about differences among human beings, in efforts for gender, racial and social equality , for advocating justice for migrants , prisoners, the environment , and the physically and mentally disabled . (wikipedia.org)
  • In 1993, the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action treats social justice as a purpose of human rights education . (wikipedia.org)
  • In an article for J.N.V University, author D.R. Bhandari says, "Justice is, for Plato, at once a part of human virtue and the bond, which joins man together in society. (wikipedia.org)
  • NEW DELHI, INDIA - Established in 2006 in New Delhi, India, the Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ) seeks to promote gender quality, human rights, and social justice in the health field. (macfound.org)

facilitate


  • Ms. Ashwill and the CCSJ team work to facilitate vital campus and community partnerships that address pressing social issues by developing public problem-solving strategies and opportunities. (wku.edu)

public


  • The relevant institutions often include taxation , social insurance , public health , public school , public services , labour law and regulation of markets , to ensure fair distribution of wealth , and equal opportunity . (wikipedia.org)

students


  • Ms. Ashwill also provides leadership to the staff at CCSJ in serving as a campus-wide resource to students, faculty and staff exploring social justice and citizenship through other academic lenses. (wku.edu)
  • This minor encourages students to deepen their civic engagement and service to the community while studying emerging research in the field of social justice. (dom.edu)
  • Students who have a passion for social justice. (dom.edu)
  • Students who are interested in pursuing social work, ministry, law or education. (dom.edu)

issues


  • With the motto, "Who will speak if you don't," Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh wrote on social and political issues including land confiscation, police brutality, and freedom of expression. (hrw.org)

community


  • The different concepts of justice , as discussed in ancient Western philosophy , were typically centered upon the community. (wikipedia.org)

opportunities


  • This is measured by the explicit and tacit terms for the distribution of wealth , opportunities for personal activity and social privileges . (wikipedia.org)

health


  • Justice is an order and duty of the parts of the soul, it is to the soul as health is to the body. (wikipedia.org)
  • The project generates and disseminates accountability tools and reports on the impacts of this intervention, thereby contributing to the practice of social accountability in maternal health in one state, as well as advancing knowledge in this domain. (macfound.org)
  • The MacArthur Foundation awarded Centre for Health and Social Justice $325,000 between 1978 and 2017. (macfound.org)

reflect


  • Reflecting this time when slavery and subjugation of women was typical, ancient views of justice tended to reflect the rigid class systems that still prevailed. (wikipedia.org)

quality


  • It is the identical quality that makes good and social. (wikipedia.org)

people


  • Social justice assigns rights and duties in the institutions of society, which enables people to receive the basic benefits and burdens of cooperation. (wikipedia.org)
  • Distributive justice was said by Aristotle to require that people were distributed goods and assets according to their merit. (wikipedia.org)
  • Socrates (through Plato 's dialogue Crito ) is attributed with developing the idea of a social contract , whereby people ought to follow the rules of a society, and accept its burdens because they have accepted its benefits. (wikipedia.org)

research


  • This article contains a collection of recent and representative web-based materials concerning DNA technology developments and legal research on the impact of wrongful convictions and DNA exonerations on the justice system. (llrx.com)

access


  • Interpretations that relate justice to a reciprocal relationship to society are mediated by differences in cultural traditions, some of which emphasize the individual responsibility toward society and others the equilibrium between access to power and its responsible use. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Justice Project offers recommendations and solutions to expand access to post-conviction DNA testing. (llrx.com)

individuals


  • In Western as well as in older Asian cultures , the concept of social justice has often referred to the process of ensuring that individuals fulfill their societal roles and receive what was their due from society. (wikipedia.org)