Definition of social conscience in English:

social conscience

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noun

A sense of responsibility or concern for the problems and injustices of society: the prisons were run by a board of people with a strong social conscience [mass noun]: she was prompted little by social conscience
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  • Collins is a woman with a strong social conscience, who despairs about the current obsession with materialism.
  • He went on to describe the party as a centrist one that had a strong social conscience with one of its aims being to build up communities and strengthen families.
  • He also started writing songs, combining his sharp observations with a strong social conscience.

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