Social inclusion


In past times, rights were greatly spared, not everyone was benefited with these, for the same reason a trend developed that managed to balance the rights and possibilities of all individuals who are part of a population, and this is what the social inclusion.

What is social inclusion?

Social inclusion is a social trend that ensures and affirms that all citizens of a specific state without exception can exercise their rights , express themselves freely; This trend aims to ensure that all human beings live with dignity and equality , taking advantage of their abilities and gifts without any shame. At one time the thinkers of this tendency were classified as rebels , since they wanted to get out of the regular norms of society.

  • Definition
  • Characteristics of social inclusion
  • Story
  • Types
  • Causes
  • Consequences of social inclusion
  • Advantage
  • Social inclusion policies by country
  • Importance


Social inclusion is a process that ensures that those people who are at risk of poverty and social exclusion have the opportunities and resources necessary to fully participate in economic, social and cultural life, enjoying a standard of living and well-being that is considered normal in the society in which they live.


Characteristics of social inclusion

  • Improve the quality of life of each individual.
  • Social, moral and labor balance in all aspects.
  • All individuals have the same rights.
  • It goes beyond race, culture, and economic status.
  • Search for a mutual and global social welfare.
  • Provide educational, employment and economic opportunities to all participants of a population that was previously harassed or rejected by some distinctive condition.


For social inclusion to exist, there must be previously an exclusion, since the origins of civilizations a few individuals of the various groups have been denigrated , either due to some cognitive, social or physical deficit . It is not possible to give a specific date on which these rebellions against a doctrine that affected the development of a few began, however, this fight was gradually collected as grains of sand and began in the educational zone , in the old age the male chauvinism was clearly relevant, so cua l the only ones who had the right to study were these, being the woman excluded and exempted from all educational process; This was one of the first inclusive movements in favor of general education .

After this, other inclusive movements were unleashed, which have helped humanity to be more reciprocal and equitable as a whole.


The main types of social inclusion are:

  • Inclusion of the marginalized.
  • Inclusion of the informal.
  • Educational inclusion.
  • Labor inclusion.


  • Inequity.
  • Exclusion.
  • Violation of individual rights, or prohibition of the same.
  • Rejection because of cultural, racial, or religious origins.

Consequences of social inclusion

  • Equality for all people regardless of their origin.
  • Compliance with the rights of each individual.


The advantages of social inclusion are many, in addition to the various benefits that this brings to humanity , enlivening what would be coexistence, it brings a development that is further catapulted by including all people as a unit.

Social inclusion policies by country

It should be borne in mind that what these social inclusion policies mostly do is correct or improve the general policies of a state, polishing them so that in this way they do not adversely affect the quality of life of any individual.


  • Joint Program Network of Business Opportunities for Poor Families.
  • Strengthening of INADEH for the Administration of the Human Capital Training and Training Program
  • Chiriquí Sustainable Development Program
  • Comprehensive Development Plan for Native Indigenous Peoples in Panama


  • Equalize the rights of disabled people. (Inclusion law for the disabled)
  • Freedom of expression
  • Dispossession of gender violence.
  • There is still an attempt to change the mentality of Chileans, since they do not contribute much effort for social inclusion due to their own selfishness and individualism.


  • Economic inclusion for all the inhabitants of this country.
  • Resolution of the problem of structural poverty.
  • Prevent population agglomerations to ensure that individuals have a better quality of life.
  • Reduction of informal work, in order to achieve equity among workers and that the country is more organized.
  • Restructuring of health centers so that they treat everyone as equals.


  • Inclusion for peace.
  • It promotes the socioeconomic inclusion of indigenous and Afro-Colombian communities.
  • Recognition of the particularity of the various ethnic groups.
  • Social cohesion of customs, traditions and cultures.
  • Lacha against all kinds of violence and deprivation of rights.
  • An attempt is made to close the existing gaps due to exclusion.


Thanks to social inclusion, workers who were previously abused, today they are treated with respect, women acquired the deserved right to study and work, and like these many examples; Not only does it help each person of an ethnic group individually, but it helps the region in which they live to emerge with more impetus and strength, all united in pursuit of purpose as equals.

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