What is Social Inclusion?

Social inclusion is a process which enables those in risk of poverty or those being excluded from the society to get the opportunity and means to fully participate in economic, social and cultural life and achieve the level of living standard considered basic in their society.  Social inclusion allows greater participation of citizens in those making decision processes affecting their lives.

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E2E and Social Inclusion

E2E supports the work integration of young people that have a difficult stand on the labor market: Young people that are not in employment, education or training (NEET), rural youth, Roma, youth from young offender institutions, youth without parental care, young people with disabilities and victims of domestic violence.