Volunteer to support refugee/emergency aid; your local shelters need your help. Spare some time to help others in need. You can help organizations that have been struggling to respond to the demand for help.
The power of volunteering: It is food for the soul. Unexpected natural calamities demand large numbers of volunteers and supporting measures including life-saving measures, first aid, shelter, food, clothes, medical aid, etc.
Students must be involved in the education and motivation of their colleagues to promote equality and fair play. Student volunteers and peace community in schools can take initiative to provide information on social justice.
Practice what you preach: Remember, social justice begins at home. There is no point going out and urging others in the community to change their words and actions if you haven’t first looked at your own stamping ground. Get your children, friends and family members involved, and keep them informed and educated about social justice issues and human rights. It will help give them get a global perspective on their school work and life, keeping in mind that they are the future.