Moreover, legal authorities should be strict in enforcing rules and offer deserving punishment to lawbreakers.
Also, community members should be made aware of their rights and the operation of the social justice system.
Different arms of the justice system such as the retributive, distributive, restorative and procedural mitigate against chauvinism in society.
Nonetheless, there exist several silent cases of unfairness that never get to courts.
Aspects of inequality predominate in wealthy states.
Thus, justice would take place by empowering the less advantaged people and giving them an equal platform to operate without bias.
Social cohesion creates resilience against socially destructive practices such as racism, inequality and other unfair treatment.
Similarly, confrontation of discriminatory practices by the involved parties acts as a remedy against any societal unfairness.
She seeks to counter the reduction of the concept of responsibility to strictly responsibility for one's own actions and to animate a sense of responsibility that one bears purely in virtue of connections to others and that extends beyond one's actions and their direct effects.
The work of two political scientists who made prominent contributions to policy discussion around welfare – Charles Murray and Lawrence Mead – provides a foil to Young's own account.