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Types of Social Justice

Access to Education
Access to Education

Education Is Social Justice “I believe that education is the civil rights issue of our generation. And if you care about promoting opportunity and reducing inequality, the classroom is the place to start.

source: blog.ed.gov
Access to Health Care
Access to Health Care

Her latest book, Health and social justice, stands, by far, as her most systematic and vital contribution. In this seminal work, Ruger presents a theory of health and social justice, which she calls the “health capability paradigm” – whereby she says that all people should have access to the means to avoid premature death and preventable morbidity.

source: who.int
Civil Rights (Racism and Sexism)
Civil Rights (Racism and Sexism)

Sexism in the Civil Rights Movement: A Discussion Guide . ... Sexism in the Civil Rights Movement did not exist ... In Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice, ...

source: tolerance.org
Commutative Based on the Principle of Equality
Commutative Based on the Principle of Equality

The 4 types of justice: commutative, ... commutative, distributive, legal, and social. STUDY. PLAY. Commutative. based on the principle of equality.

source: quizlet.com
Death Penalty
Death Penalty

Death Penalty: Revenge or social justice? Cal State Fullerton criminal justice professor teaches death penalty course, encourages dialogue leading to informed opinions.

Distributive
Distributive

Distributive justice is applied when one focuses on the acquisition of goods. Distributive justice has been applied to a society when all members are assured of a basic level of goods, an equal opportunity to acquire more goods and receive the same amount of goods for the same amount of work.

source: study.com
Environmental Rights (Racism)
Environmental Rights (Racism)

Environmental justice is an important part of the struggle to improve and maintain a clean and healthful environment, especially for those who have traditionally lived, worked and played closest to the sources of pollution.

source: nrdc.org
Heterosexism
Heterosexism

Social Justice Definitions Here are some important definitions for understanding social justice. ACT for Social Justice has compiled definitions from various sources, and we have also adapted some definitions.

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Labor Laws
Labor Laws

Social justice is justice that follows the principle that all individuals and groups are entitle to fair and impartial treatment. Social justice attempts to prevent human rights abuses. Social justice is based on notions of equality and equal opportunity in society.

Legal
Legal

Social Justice Law and Legal Definition Social justice is justice that follows the principle that all individuals and groups are entitle to fair and impartial treatment. Social justice attempts to prevent human rights abuses.

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Poverty
Poverty

Poverty, a key issue for social justice. Poverty is “a human condition characterised by the sustained or chronic deprivation of the resources, capabilities, choices, security and power necessary for the enjoyment of an adequate standard of living and other civil, cultural, economic, political and social rights.“ (United Nations)

source: ifsw.org
Social
Social

Social justice is the equal access to wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society. A Brief History of Social Justice Social Justice as a concept arose in the early 19th century during the Industrial Revolution and subsequent civil revolutions throughout Europe, which aimed to create more egalitarian societies and remedy capitalistic exploitation of human labor.

source: pachamama.org
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