eBook Goals for Social Integration and Realities of Social Exclusion in the Republic of Yemen (Research) download
by Mouna H. Hashem
Author: Mouna H. Hashem
Publisher: International Labour Office (May 31, 1996)
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Goals for social integration and realities of social exclusion in the Republic of Yemen. The result showed that the main cause of the factors that affect delays in the completion of projects in Aceh Besar was social and cultural factor. bibliographical references.
Patterns and processes of social exclusion in the Republic of Yemen Mouna Hashem. The concept of citizenship and social integration which underlies the notion of "social exclusion" in this French tradition is difficult to grasp for people working within a liberal individualist tradition. The latter, which permeates Anglo-Saxon thinking, sees citizenship as a social contract based on the possession of equal rights by all individuals, and views social integration in terms of freely-chosen relationships between individuals, rather than a relationship between the individual and society.
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Year of publication: 1996. Year of publication: 1996. Authors: Hashem, Mouna H. Publisher: Geneva : International Inst. In libraries world-wide (WorldCat). In German libraries (KVK). Geneva, ISSN 1026-1095, ZDB-ID 435702-4. Vol. 105. Type of publication: Book, Working Paper.
Social exclusion, marginalization or social marginalisation is the social disadvantage and relegation to the fringe of society. It is a term used widely in Europe and was first used in France. It is used across disciplines including education, sociology, psychology, politics and economics
Overall, the definitions of social exclusion referred to in the foreighn literature could be classified on the following bases. А. Single-factor definitions.
Promoting social integration and inclusion will create a society that is safer . policymakers aware of the importance of social integration and inclusion
Promoting social integration and inclusion will create a society that is safer, more stable and more just, which is an essential condition for sustainable economic growth and development. The significance of the concept of social integration and inclusion has been increasingly recognised in recent years. policymakers aware of the importance of social integration and inclusion. The necessity for timely interventions has been felt more than ever in the current environment. However, there are other important dimensions of social exclusion, which encompasses a broader (complex and multi-dimensional) set of concerns.
Social exclusion requires a strategy for social reconstruction in parallel with implementation of policies to support .
Social exclusion requires a strategy for social reconstruction in parallel with implementation of policies to support vulnerable groups.