is the removal of institutional constraints and enhancement of incentives to increase the access of diverse individuals and groups to assets and development opportunities.
Involving people in the main body of society
Key strategic aim for both Councils, acting corporately and with others, to promote equality of opportunity and access to all that society has to offer that is beneficial.
Integration of individuals - or groups of individuals - into the social spheres of society, as citizens or members of different 'public' social networks. Social inclusion is fundamentally rooted in labour market or economic inclusion. Source: Cedefop, 2003.
A policy designed to make sure people can get access to education, work, leisure and housing opportunities.
Government Policy aimed at ensuring equal access to Government services