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What keeps society together is its unending search for knowledge, transparency, patriotic citizens who probe for information to satisfy their curiosity and answers being put up to aid this course.
Many a times, conflicts in society arise as a result of poor communication, apathy on the part of citizens and the negligent acts that ensues within it.
Every society needs citizens and patriots who understand its norms, administers justice and publics whose interest lie in society’s progress.
One significant issue citizens need to take note of is the fact that society cannot be unified and progressive when citizens are self-centered, when law makers are not enforcing the law and when publics shred their responsibilities for their own individual ambitions. “No part of a community can live entirely on its own planet, with its own laws of motion and cut off from the rest of humanity,” Hugo Chavez.
It is an undisputable fact that our individual quota comes together to make society whole but if citizens ignore their heritage and seek to satisfy their needs only, then it becomes more problematic.
This raises questions about what happens to marginalized groups? What happens to the voiceless such as the disabled in society, children and women amongst other?
In bridging this gap, SocietyWatch aims at bringing societies together by unravelling the hidden, pushing beyond boundaries, being the voice of the voiceless and intriguing you with hidden secrets.
We believe in societies where politics is not the ultimate, societies where celebrities are not the only citizens celebrated but a society where the voice of the minority are projected with transparency being embraced.
If the social well-being of the public is each citizen, organization and institution’s topmost need then we will be driving at building a society free from corruption, and greed.
“The challenge of social virtue is to evoke a sense of community that we need to make our nation a better place, just as we make it a safer place,” Marian Wright Edelman.