The World Summit for Sustainable Development (WSSD) was held in Copenhagen, Denmark in March 1995. The leaders of the participating countries adopted a declaration promising the conquest of poverty, full employment, and social integration. This is called the Copenhagen Declaration.
After 10 years, we will evaluate the implementation of each country and make a resolution to advance social development. On November 26, 2007, the United Nations enacted World day of Social Justice as it resolved international efforts to conquer poverty, fully employment, social integration, gender equality, and social well-being.
“As we seek to build the world we want, let us intensity our efforts to achieve a more inclusive equitable and sustainable development path built on dialogue, transparency and social justice” – UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon
About World day of social justice:
General assembly passed a resolution on November 26, 2007: