On March 16, 1751, a man was born who changed the face of the world forever. His name is James Madison and he was the fourth president of the United States and one of the prominent drafters of its constitution.
James was born in Port Conway, Virginia, the eldest brother of 11 brothers and sisters. His parents had a thriving tobacco plantation where he spent his childhood years. After his father's death, he inherited from him the large tobacco plantation, which covered an area of 5,000 acres, and became the largest landowner in Orange County, Virginia, and one of the most important citizens of the area.
During the 1780s he joined the politics of the region and worked successfully to establish a committee to draft a constitution for the United States. Madison stood out in his work on this committee, which convened in Philadelphia in 1787, so much so that he was considered by many to be the "father of the Constitution."
The Freedom of Information Act was enacted in the United States in 1966 on the basis of the American Constitution and is one of the important principles of democracy.
It is true that social justice is something that should exist all year round, but it is good to have one day dedicated to raising awareness of how important social justice is to live in peace all of us together.
World Social Justice Day is a day proclaimed by the UN to raise awareness of this principle. Social justice is the basis for the coexistence of peace and prosperity between peoples and within peoples.
The principles of social justice are gender equality, the rights of indigenous and immigrant peoples, the removal of barriers to people because of gender, age, race, ethnic origin, religion, culture or disability.
Social justice is a general concept that refers to the conditions and rules that must exist in society in order to regulate the relations between human beings, between them and social institutions, between them and human beings from other peoples. They rely on morality and human dignity and are free from biases and biases.
According to the liberal conception, the principles of social justice do not prefer one conception of good over another and they apply to each and every person equally, regardless of their origin.
For the United Nations, the pursuit of social justice for all is at the heart of the global mission to promote development and human dignity.
In honor of World Social Justice Day, you can learn about the subject, teach others and think about your position.
Only where there is social justice among human beings, can there also be cooperation, peace and mutual respect.
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