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I am a student of marine science and i am also a writer and I believe that with global ethics network i can be much more knowledgeable and effective in my society promoting social justice and spurring up the youths to see beyond.

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Social Injustice!

Posted on December 31, 2017 at 3:34pm 0 Comments

SOCIAL INJUSTICE, THE GREATEST ETHICAL CHALLENGE FACING THE WORLD TODAY

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ONOWORI FEGO

STUDENT(UNDERGRADUATE) AT UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS

Our world today is in a bewildered state enshrouded with so much perversity and malodorous act in such a way that it is almost difficult to distinguish between the inoffensive and the offensive and this has gone a long way and has eaten deeply into the fabrics of our society. Many have concluded that corruption is the world's problem, some…

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