"Several organizations and institutions provide their own definitions for social justice. Here are a few:
DEFINING SOCIAL JUSTICE
While formal definitions for social justice vary in wording, there are commonalities among them.
With these core values in mind, we can define the phrase as such: Social justice means equal rights, opportunity and treatment for all."
"The National Association of Social Workers Delegate Assembly created the first version of the Code of Ethics in October 1960. It has since been revised several times, but it maintains many of the original principles.
The code serves six purposes:
The code is also based on the six core values of the social work profession:
Read more about the National Association of Social Workers' values and code of ethics at this summary by Simmons University.
The NASW Code of Ethics is intended to serve as a guide to the everyday professional conduct of social workers. This Code includes four sections: