Social inclusion means being able to participate fully in society. People need valuable interpersonal and social connections in society.
Young people often face difficulties in their search for identity and meaning to their life. For some it isn’t easy to find their position in society or a meaningful way to secure their future. An additional barrier on the road are preconceptions who unfortunately still linger in all communities and are often magnified by the media.
By getting to know each other, those preconceptions can easily be addressed and be replaced by mutual respect and understanding. Inclusion also means that those that are different than ourselves are taken serious, can learn at a regular school, live in a local neighborhood, participle in any club in the town or city, or can work at any regular company. It means a life of quality. Something anyone would wish for themselves.
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