Barriers to Social Inclusion
... to Social Inclusion
Social inclusion refers to the provision of some certain rights to all people and groups in a given society such as adequate housing, employment, education, health care and training. With regard to human behavior and relationships, social inclusion may imply accepting an individual into social and interpersonal interaction networks. Therefore, social inclusion is not just only having access to mainstream services but it is also about participation of individuals in the community or society as students, employees, parents, advisers, active citizens, volunteers, teachers, etc.
A barrier refers to something immaterial which obstructs or impedes or something which hold...