It is known that the suffering of the disadvantaged, their constant discrimination, and inequality in all spheres of life lead to the spread of such phenomena as crime, delinquency, and military conflicts. Outcasts, to improve their living conditions, participate in armed groups, riots, demonstrations, and sabotage, which in most cases lead to imprisonment or death. This is facilitated by those who deny marginalized individuals legal rights and essential services.
The lack of social justice is one of the leading causes of violence and extremism.
Therefore, those in power are called upon to protect the marginalized and poorest groups in society.
Social justice is the fundamental principle of peaceful coexistence, prosperity, and progress. If it is absent from society, the ground for violence and extremism is strengthened. The current conflicts, including wars, in various countries confirm that the lack of justice threatens security and stability and negatively affects their political, economic, and cultural life.
Ensuring human dignity for all citizens requires a deliberate policy to provide social justice at the international level. To do this, it is necessary to give justice more reasonable powers and flexibility to influence the solution of economic and social problems. Considering that everyone has the right to live at a level that guarantees the well-being of individuals and families, including access to food, clothing, housing, health care, and social services.
Threats from marginalized groups that make up a large part of the population (especially the poor, disadvantaged, and those with limited incomes living in slums, on the outskirts of cities, in isolated neighborhoods, or in refugee camps) are increasing and manifesting themselves to varying degrees, in various forms. And this is due primarily to the fact that they do not have a means of subsistence and are subjected to all sorts of exploitation when they receive them.
Studying the problem raised, the author concluded that if we want to build a society in which justice and equality prevail, then we must put the fight against marginalization among the most critical problems and conduct it taking into account the realities because the marginals form that force of pressure, which can grow like a snowball.
Social justice is the main factor in ensuring loyalty in society, as it motivates citizens to work productively and obey the law. During her absence, people become frustrated and aggressive, which can lead to violence in its various manifestations. The consequences of this situation may be the infringement of the political, economic, and social activity of the population in society.
Daher Saleh Muhamed