Information sheets on social inclusion, drafted by the national EKCYP-correspondents

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Social inclusion of young people

In general, social exclusion refers to processes that prevent individuals, groups or communities from accessing the rights, opportunities and resources that are normally available to members of society; responsible for social exclusion are often structural forces, such as: laws, public policies,...