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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 themed edition then turns to methodological issues, impacts of the media's role in social inclusion and exclusion, and responses by those groups who typically have been excluded from the media.
Within the international context laid out by these authors are contributions by scholars who responded to the challenge of demonstrating the relevance of the field of career development to social inclusion. Written independently of one another, these papers highlight themes related to employment and unemployment.
Such concerns have been amplified by the recent shift in public discourse away from social exclusion towards the concept of social inclusion. In part, this shift is an attempt to reframe the social exclusion debate towards possible solutions to multiple disadvantages.
Chief executive Steven Michael said: "Social inclusion is one of the most important aspects of a modern mental health service and one of our biggest challenges.
The proposal is the final element of the Government's strategy for social inclusion which also includes the Towards 2016 wage deal and the National Development Plan.
Amanda Smith, from Henley College, said: "This is a wonderful example of how an education provider and a corporate company can work together to promote social inclusion and give back to the community."
I think in Brazil the biggest struggle is to develop the country with social equities in mind, with sustainability in mind and social inclusion.
Dementia and social inclusion; marginalised groups and marginalised areas of dementia research, care and practice.
The Merseyside Social Inclusion Observatory hopes to improve the lives of people living in deprived areas.
He shows, first, that the social protection approach of the traditional welfare state has been replaced by an emphasis on social inclusion which, in effect, means that needy people are now expected to work if they are to receive social benefits.
Read what Chris Smith, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport in the UK writes in the foreword to his department's October 1999 report Libraries for all: social inclusion in public libraries: policy guide for local authorities in England One of the government's highest priorities is to combat social exclusion ...
The "social inclusion" scheme is aimed at teaching essential, everyday skills - such as cooking and managing money - to the most vulnerable members of society.

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