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TitleAn introduction to social inclusion
Publication TypeBriefing Note
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsNelson, V, Martin, A, Casella, D
Secondary TitleSWITCH Learning Alliances Briefing Note
Pagination4 p.
Date Published01/2012
PublisherIRC and SWITCH c/o Loughborough University
Place PublishedLoughborough, UK
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordssocial change, social exclusion, social inclusion

Social inclusion describes the state of being included in a community and society as a whole; a condition in which individuals and groups can access the range of available opportunities, services and resources and contribute to planning and decision making. It also refers to the actions and processes needed to transform the situation of those who are socially excluded, by influencing institutions and changing the perceptions that create and sustain exclusion. [authors abstract]


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