socially included

socially included

adj
(Sociology)
a. benefiting from social inclusion
b. (as noun): the socially included.
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To do this, they need to be able to: Pay for their accommodation; Meet the responsibilities of having a tenancy or owning their own home; Know how to get all necessary utility services at their accommodation, including water, gas and electricity; Deal with repairs and/or improvements to their property; Keep warm, comfortable, safe and secure; Look after themselves, with appropriate care or support services; Get on with their neighbours; Access community services; Feel socially included.
The award-winning charity, which has seen its performers sing at the Royal Opera House, works to see homeless people become more socially included and uses music as a tool to help 500 homeless people a year.
The 24 young men who were engaged in education, who were academic high-flyers and who came from the more affluent areas of the town have been labelled as Socially Included and these were recruited through two secondary schools.
Amongst the small number of women who received CMW care; our data suggest that CMWs are providing services equally to socially included and excluded women.
Football attracts people from a wide range of backgrounds, people who at times may not feel socially included.
Being able to commute in an affordable and environmentally friendly way, while at the same time feeling healthy, enjoying urban public space and being more socially included -- this is what eco-mobility means and this is what the festival will showcase," said Joan Clos, UN Habitat Director.
In one experiment, 59 students played an online ball-tossing game designed to make them feel socially included or excluded.
We all thrive when we feel part of something and there are many ways we can keep ourselves socially included and involved in our communities; and it can make a world of difference to our health and wellbeing.
By involving additional associates from the private sector, we are sure that marginalized groups are socially included, and their rights to access to decent labor are equally guaranteed," he continued.
As well as increasing their fitness levels and reducing the risk of health problems, young people are more likely to feel better about themselves as well as feeling more socially included.
A key characteristic is integration into the mainstream bus and rail public transport network, and while local journeys are important, a major source of transport poverty is the inability to get to jobs and to be socially included in activities some distance away.
They argue that disabled young people and their families can only be truly socially included and empowered when all levels of the local authority (managers, officers and elected members) recognise the rights and entitlements of disabled children and have the political will and commitment to implement them.
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