Justice is a global phenomenon and it should be incorporated into the governing systems to ensure equal rights for every individual in society. It is largely based on equality, ethics and morals. Social justice, in particular, looks into the concept of equality, defining a clear course of action to achieve a system where equal rights are provided to every citizen of the country. Fulfilling basic needs of the people in terms of law, social security and income can also be classified as justice. Modern civilisations excelled by injecting the rule of law into their governing systems. Justice must be a part of all societies to achieve harmony and equal rights. Although life is not always just for all, necessary steps should be taken to improve the justice system of a society. In the field of law, justice is termed as the action taken against a culprit or a criminal. For judges and lawyers, justice means giving a person his due.
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Fairness requires unbiased views and no favouritism. For example, a teacher in a classroom should treat all students fairly. Children will often cry when their sibling gets something that they think they also deserve. Most major religions encourage followers to be fair to one another and to learn acceptance.
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