All the differences in an individual person have some sort of effect in a person’s life, those inequalities disturb opportunities at work, at home, where we live, in politics, etc. In our society, individuals who are equally qualified often faces race discrimination within their lives, which is disastrous and miserable. It manifest itself in many ways, whether you are a white or black person there are benefits and disadvantages for specific races. People of color experiences so many unpleasant situations while growing. I was aware of how society looked at my race and that made me madder than a hornet who’s about to sting.
Often times structural violence is invisible to the average individual. It is a global issue that impacts a multitude of ethnic groups, with varying degrees of inhumanity and injustice. It is prevalent in numerous countries, India’s social system, Caste, is an example of this dehumanizing violence. Structural Violence Paul Farmer’s work, “On Suffering and Structural Violence: A View from Below,” reveals the unscrupulous hierarchy that exists among societies.
Leadership is very compulsory in political process, connection among People, Political Leader and Political Party is very complex. Politician generally belong to a political party, Political parties role is articulating the combination of interest in society. Media should be free and fair to report on the political parties campaigns so public can make the difference between them. Media should deliver the information to public on how to vote and told them the importance of their vote. Most important source of the public about political selections and elections is usually media If media is biased then it can be effect the result and change the views of public.
Whatever the cause, statelessness has serious consequences for people in almost every country and in all regions of the world. Stateless persons are often denied enjoyment of a range of rights, including access to identity documents, education, employment and healthcare. Statelessness affects not only local communities, by effectively marginalizing and disenfranchising certain groups, but the international community as a whole, by making people more vulnerable to human trafficking and other forms of exploitation, such as recruitment by violent groups. Statelessness can both lead to, and result from, forced displacement. It can also contribute to political and social tensions and, where large populations are excluded or marginalized, can impair a State’s economic and social
The challenges to Uganda’s democracy are discussed as below. Terrorism, the human costs of al-shabab terrorist attacks has stimulated strong demands for harsh restrictions on civil rights of Ugandans, to the detriment of the democratic process. Public gatherings to discuss freely no longer exist due to security threats from terrorists. Uganda enacted Public order management bill which requires citizens to request police mandate before making a political rally to discuss on key issues which affect them. Political greed, the greatest challenge to Africa’s democracy Uganda inclusive is political greed.
4.3.3. Communalism Communalism has become one of the biggest threats of modern India. Problem that arises between the socio-religious relations of the people who belong to various minority communities on the one hand and the majority community on the other, can be referred to as ‘communalism’. Communalism and communal riots normally arise when religious matters are politicalised. Many sociologists have given different definitions for explaining communalism.
Such “inequality traps” (Rao, 2006) are believed to be highly correlated with the unequal distribution of power and are consequently considered an important cause of ethnic conflict and immobility. Communities like Dalits have suffered from multiple historical injustices are not only likely to be economically deprived, but also socially marginalised, politically insignificant in terms of the politics of “voice” as distinct from the “vote,” humiliated, dismissed, and subjected to intense disrespect in and through the practices of everyday life. Even after these
If state and lawmakers are careful in identifyings societiy’s needs and problems, law should improve quality of life. The government’s foundation is in the consent of the governed. In a democracy, the citizens are sovereign which means they are the prime form of political authority. Power is from the people to the rulers of government, who hold power only temporarily. In a democracy, citizens are free to criticise the elected leaders and representatives, and to view how they deal with the matters of government.
Conflict Conflict is the disagreement among different persons or individuals featured by hostility and antagonism. It is motivated by one party opposing another with an aim to perform a different opinion from the other party. The conflict elements contain different sets of principles as well as values, therefore, causing the conflict, (David et al., 2017). Intergroup conflict The type of conflict occurs due to misunderstanding among different groups within an organization. The conflict is experienced in different departments in an organization’s setting due to differences in their goal settings and interests, (Barney & Ouchi, 2015) The groups or teams may also experience the conflict due to the competition among them in addition to rivalry in resources and boundaries initiated by the specific groups to show their personal identities.
Unstable Politics: Unstable Politics is one of the major reasons of causing ethnic conflict. When certain amount of people want something from GOVT. but doesn’t get this done then this will cause a great deal of disruption between people. And this further leads to ethnic conflict and can cause a huge damage to the country. Human Rights: Human rights is one of the major reasons of causing ethnic conflict.