The Center for Economic and Social Justice defines “social justice” as “giving to each what he or she is due.” “Economic justice” is concerned with determining what an individual’s “due” actually encompasses.
For this Discussion, select a case study in this week’s Readings. Review the case study, focusing on the social or economic justice issues at play in the situation described. I have attached to PDF to the case study
Post a description of a social or economic justice issue that is evident in the case. Suggest two strategies the social worker might employ to address the issue.
Refer to :
Working With Survivors
of Domestic Violence:
The Case of Charo
Charo is a 34-year-old, heterosexual, Hispanic female. She is
unemployed and currently lives in an apartment with her five children, ages 2, 3, 6, 7, and 8. She came to this country 8 years
ago from Mexico with her husband, Paulo. During intake, Charo
reported that she suffered severe abuse and neglect in the home
as a child and rape as a young adult. Charo does not speak English
and currently does not have a visa to work.