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social inclusion

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(Sociology) the provision of certain rights to all individuals and groups in society, such as employment, adequate housing, health care, education and training, etc
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Social exclusion in Australia can be partially explained via racial and socioeconomic inequities in the educational and occupational 'building blocks' that facilitate career development, occupational attainment and social inclusion.
On day two, delegates participated in all day workshops to discuss social inclusion in specific policy areas.
Coun David Faulkner, executive member for culture, heritage, libraries and sport, said: "I will probably recommend we ask for a detailed report looking at the legal, contractual and social inclusion issues.
Contract awarded forDescription Consulting: Consulting service for the development of a diagnostic for the Mexican Petroleum Administrative Center on labor social inclusion of women, disabled people and people LGBTTTIDuraciEn estimated contract: 3 months Start date: 10/2015 Date Term: 12 / 2015NE[bar]mero and Project Title: 00092775 "Institutional Social Inclusion Strategy on gender equality, non-discrimination and labor inclusion of women, disabled people and people LGBTTTI" Objectives: Develop a diagnosis of social and labor market inclusion women, people with disabilities and people LGBTTTI based on national and international standards in this area, which responds to institutional needs Petroleum Supervisor Mexicanos.
The competition is supported by The HSE National Social Inclusion Office, The Drug Policy Unit in the Department of Health, Healthy Ireland and Cosc - The National Office for the Prevention of Domestic, Sexual and Gender-based Violence in the Department of Justice and Equality.
In this context, the term 'social inclusion' has come to be associated with two policy moments in particular: first, the creation by the South Australian Labor government under Premier Mike Rann of the Social Inclusion Board in 2002; and second, the adoption by the newly elected Australian federal government under Prime Minister Kevin Rudd of a social inclusion framework in 2007.
Because the crisis potentially undermined both social inclusion and price stability, both important priorities in Brazil, the absence of any great reaction by the government is something of a puzzle.
European Union (EU) Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion Laszlo Andor said he was happy to see that "Germany is placing particular emphasis on facilitating the transition from school to work for disadvantaged young people, helping the long-term unemployed get back to work and supporting social inclusion.
Shoppers and strollers in the main pedestrianised streets of Old Nicosia bore witness to a flash mob on Saturday, organised by a group of European youth promoting intercultural awareness and social inclusion, under the banner The Change Game.
BIRMINGHAM Humanists have answered the call for more community groups to do their bit for social inclusion by organising a free weekly coffee morning at Perry Common Library.
The book offers a framework to help practitioners advance the agenda of social inclusion in the context of global transformation and economic and technological transitions.
That`s why today the Commission put forward five actions that will help member states tackle potential abuse cases and use EU money for social inclusion more effectively.

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