Community action is represented with how justice is being redefined with young people through conferencing and negotiating which looks at the real consequences of crime rather then punishment, deterrence or rehabilitation. This has been proven successful in New Zealand with the Maori community, and has initiated a variety of Australia youth programs that are supported by both community and government bodies.
My belief of advocating societies that reflect justice is not limited to the shores of Australia. I support international justice programs that improve equality in the conditions of life for all and the structures of international treaties established in order to promote "guidelines" for human rights. But in my opinion there is a fundamental flaw with the implementation of these treaties that relies on "good will" action to fulfil the obligations. The Governing body of these treaties, the United Nations (UN) has no role in enforcing the protection and improvement of human rights internationally and it this lack of enforcement that in my opinion is the height of moral indignation.
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