socially excluded


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socially excluded

adj
(Sociology)
a. suffering from social exclusion
b. (as noun): the socially excluded.
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a) Public contract aims to sustain the implementation of the field program specifically aimed at the target group of people living in socially excluded localities in the Hradec Kralove region within the optimal range so as not discontinued support for socially excluded people to integrate into society and the labor market;
AUSTERITY research at a North East university aims to help those most at risk of being socially excluded.
AUSTERITY research at a North East university is hoping to help those most at risk of being socially excluded.
The Aikido event is being held on November 30 to mark the 30th anniversary of Foundation UK which supports vulnerable or socially excluded people to feel valued in their community.
The convenience label of socially excluded has been applied to 22 young men who were either involved in the criminal justice system, excluded from educational institutions or living in areas of high deprivation and who were recruited through specialist youth projects.
Street Football Wales provides football opportunities for people who are socially excluded through mental health issues, homelessness or alcohol and drug abuse.
30pm at the Buffs Social Club, on Norton Road, Stockton, will feature a talk from former alcoholic and self-confessed tramp Gram Seed, who hopes to encourage people to donate just PS1 a week to allow his charity, the Sowing Seeds Ministry, to continue to help socially excluded people, or those with addictions, on Teesside.
A UNIVERSITY academic has been recognised by a Welsh children's charity for his work in supporting socially excluded groups.
Its laws regarding compulsory voting for all including its socially excluded indigenous Aboriginal population are a timely reminder of how common sense can easily be hijacked by mindless bureaucrats.
It was found that the socially excluded participants favoured the riskier option more strongly than their included counterparts.
The document, which is not legally binding, states both creditor organisations and their bailiffs "must recognise that they each have a role in ensuring that the vulnerable and socially excluded are protected, and that the recovery process includes procedures agreed between the agent/ agency and creditor about how such situations should be dealt with.
She said: "Coleg Harlech WEA has a well established history of working with learners who are socially excluded, disenfranchised or who are simply classed as hard to reach.

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