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social inclusion

A general term referring to those policies designed to promote equality of opportunity and minimise social exclusion of the mentally or physically disabled; mainstreaming.
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The application of critical consciousness to facilitate career development and social inclusion among socially excluded youth in Australia is an untested idea (McIlveen, 2008).
In her conference address, the Deputy Prime Minister, the Hon Julia Gillard MP, said that too many Australians miss out on the experiences and opportunities that are fundamental to their wellbeing and emphasised the importance of coordinated national action driven by social inclusion targets and incentives to make a real difference for disadvantaged Australians.
I understand the social inclusion argument and where the equality board is coming from.
Joe Doyle, HSE National Social Inclusion Planning Specialist, said: "The primary three problems most commonly associated with child abuse and neglect are parental problem alcohol and other drug use, domestic violence and parental mental health problems.
Or, put another way, to what extent do efforts at social inclusion accommodate people to relative powerlessness rather than challenge the hierarchies that create it?
The focus on social inclusion, subject to a hard budget constraint, arose as a reaction to the country's historic inequality, the trauma of the 1964-85 authoritarian period, and 10 years of hyperinflation (1985-94).
The main objectives of the German ESF Operational Program at federal level are the promotion of employment, social inclusion and education.
The Change Game is a training course that promotes intercultural awareness and cooperation towards fighting against marginalisation, while promoting social inclusion and equal opportunities forthe LGBT community in Europe.
Organiser Adrian Bailey attended Birmingham's Social Inclusion summit in November and was encouraged by the leadership of Coun John Cotton and Bishop David Urquhart to find ways of serving the community better.
It also outlines social inclusion instruments available to Member States and local communities facing particular pressures relating to the inflow of mobile EU citizens.
Working with Special Olympics, "Social Inclusion: A New Look at 'All Means All' for Students with Disabilities," the latest issue of The State Education Standard-the award-winning journal of the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE)-explores the growing practice of social inclusion, including what it encompasses, how it is practiced in the field, and why its goals are critically important to so many people.
European Union Delegation to Albania, on the issue of the Roma families at risk of forced eviction states that "The EU is fully committed to support Albania on the issue of social inclusion of Roma and Egyptian communities.

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