Definition: Social inclusion

Education

When people can participate fully in economic, social and civil life, when their access to income and other resources (personal, family, social and cultural) is sufficient to enable them to enjoy a standard of living and quality of life that is regarded as acceptable by the society in which they live and when they are able fully to access their fundamental rights.
Source:
European Union, Communication from the Commission, "Making a European Area of Lifelong Learning a Reality" (COM(2001) 678 final), Brussels, 2001
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