Estonia’s overall score for social justice is above the European Union average, it appears from the Social Justice Index. A score of 6.15 placed Estonia 13th among 28 member states of the union.
The EU average is 5.75. Sweden, Finland, and Denmark showed the highest levels of social justice with scores of 7.51, 7.17, and 7.16 respectively. Greece, Romania, and Bulgaria had the lowest scores, respectively 3.66, 3.91, and 4.03.
Of the countries of the former socialist camp, the Czech Republic and Slovenia ranked ahead of Estonia in 4th and 9th place, respectively.
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