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Published on Apr 15, 2016
"As human beings, our sense of justice— our innate knowledge of what’s right —runs deep. When confronted with some wrong-doing, children as young as three will do something to make it right," said Skoll Foundation President and CEO Sally Osberg at the Skoll Awards Ceremony April 14, 2016.
"But I was curious—when did human societies begin to develop their capacity for justice? It turns out, formal systems of justice also run deep… in history." Listen to the rest, above.
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