Social justice remains a fundamental priority in the nature of the humanitarian conflict and as an essential endeavor of the international community with its main and subsidiary addresses. Social justice is a fundamental principle of the peaceful coexistence within and between nations within which prosperity is achieved. Their priorities are based on the realization of gender equality and the promotion of the rights of indigenous people and migrants, as well as basic human rights. A peaceful coexisting society is achievable when all forms of discrimination are eliminated from our societies, including discrimination in gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion or culture.
Currently, more than 2 billion people live in fragile conflict-affected situations of which more than 400 million between the ages of 15 and 29.As we approach the World Day of Social Justice, we as the international community must work collectively to tackle global challenges facing our youth, minorities, and people at risk. Freemuslim Association’s Inclusion Forum cooperates with organizations focused on eradicating all forms of discrimination, international aid entities, and local policymakers to not only eradicate discrimination from our global village but also to advocate for a peacefully inclusive society where everyone is able to coexist freely without fear of radicalization and extremism. The director of Freemuslim’s Inclusion Forum, Mr. Akhwand, emphasizes on the importance of building tolerance in society regardless of social status or political affiliations. Fueling conflicts are easy, building peace and increasing tolerance remains a global challenge which we can, and must achieve.