Justice for All
Justice for All
May 1, 2023
Ensuring Justice for All
In Pakistan, legal and rights experts must continue to identify new and emerging dimensions of injustice, and explore multifaceted solutions to ensure justice is served.
The world is rife with injustice. There are large income gaps between the rich and the poor, girls in some parts of the world still have poorer access to education as compared to boys, and climate change is pushing more and more people into poverty every year. Injustice is a pervasive problem that can take many forms. Addressing it requires a collective effort to promote equality, opportunity, and justice for all.
It is said that ‘law is will to justice’. This means that our pursuit for justice is driven by the legal system, which provides a framework for resolving disputes, punishing wrongdoers, and protecting the rights of individuals and communities. The legal system also plays a crucial role in creating better policies, by ensuring that laws and regulations are in line with the principles of justice, fairness, and equality. It provides a framework for accountability and enforcement, and can act as a check on the power of policymakers, helping to prevent abuses and ensure that policies are in the public interest. It is therefore important that this system is constantly evolving to reflect changes in society and the world at large. This means that in Pakistan, legal and rights experts must continue to identify new and emerging dimensions of injustice, and explore how these require multifaceted solutions to ensure justice is served.
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