Who is this happening to?(2nd example)
2. "Thousands in need of aid following the Nepal earthquake risk being left to fend for themselves amidst worrying signs that gender, caste and ethnic discrimination are inhibiting the aid effort"(Amnesty International)
On April 25 of 2015, disaster struck the people of Nepal as a massive earthquake crumbled the lives and homes of the people living and surrounding the area. The natural disaster left the country grieving and in devastation, as thousands of people were killed and injured. Although this misfortune is tough to fathom, the aftermath of the situation was even more horrific. Survivors of the earthquake are being left to recover from this tragedy on their own, they are being abandoned by their government to find resources that were destroyed in the quake. Despite their suffering, government and authority aid has been limited to nothing based on discrimination of the people. The fact that these people are suffering and in dire need of relief, and are being refused supplies because they aren't ideal to those in power, is injustice at its finest. People deserve to be treated equally especially if it's a life or death situation, with hundreds of people severely injured, it's critical that the government recognizes that every life matters. Authorities are putting the lives of innocent people at risk, based on petty judgment. The amount of corruption in the justice system of Nepal is vile, it is a demand not a matter of question, that the rights of these people are honored and protected, “Playing politics with people’s lives is deplorable”.(Amnesty International)With law enforcement neglecting them, their voice and cry for help, cant be heard. The government shouldn’t be taking advantage of the power they have to govern unfairly.
Many groups and organizations are working together by bringing different people and activists who want to make a difference together. In order to help resolve this issue in their communities as well as all over the globe.