Co-building a new eco-social world calls for redesigning the policies and programmes that promulgate sustainability and equity. A sense of eco-social justice is a prerequisite to shaping the eco-social world. This article looks at existing socio-economic and environmental systems from a critical perspective and refers to the stands on which social workers should approach this issue. The article also calls for specific interventions and active engagements of social workers.
Eco-Social World, Eco-Social Justice, Socio-Economic Systems, Social Work, India
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