I/we sincerely hope that one of OfTI's top priorities will be to rectify the gross injustice
experienced by the 3.8 million women in the UK born in the 1950s who have lost up to six years of their state pensions, with little or no notice.
Anne Keen Co-founder Women Against State Pension Injustice
The Prime Minister is also publishing draft clauses that demonstrate how the independence of the Office for Tackling Injustices
can be achieved in statute.
To achieve this, data about the injustices
of women is badly needed.
WE expect justice from the courts and a beyond reproach behaviour from our political leadership, but as citizens we don't think twice before committing several acts of injustice
The world is made up of both women and men and they both face injustices
. But why do they focus on injustices
done to women only.
In contrast, the commission was tasked with looking at a wide range of injustices
that had occurred between Kenya's independence in 1963, and the end of the post-election violence in 2008.
"Lekjaa picked out three incidents from Morocco's 1-0 defeat to Portugal and five incidents from their 2-2 draw with Spain, including alleged fouls, penalty claims and incorrectly given corners that led to goals.The letter continued: "We can only express our deepest concerns about the persistence of such injustices
, and their negative impact on Fifa's image, as well as the football's future as a sport that is supposed to share and promote certain values, namely the equity and equality of all teams, and their respective chances of winning.
' People will do justice for the injustices
done by PTI during the polls 2018.
PESHAWAR -- Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has said his government was voted to power to eliminate rampant corruption and corrupt practices, adding that people had lost hopes from the system and they wanted to change the government that could bring about a system of governance based on democratic values and where there was no injustices
and wrongs against the people.
On a transnational scale, epistemic justice not only confronts marginalization and exclusion within a community of more or less shared discourses, but it has to deal with the injustices
of unequal standing along different systems of knowledge formation and linguistic systems vis-a-vis others.
"Thus, whites may be very quick to notice and respond to perceived injustices
, but this entitlement also could make them less likely to notice injustices
that victimize minorities."