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Inclusion matters : the foundation for shared prosperity.

Author: World Bank.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : The World Bank, [2013]
Series: New frontiers of social policy.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : International government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Ocial inclusion is on the agenda of governments, policymakers, and nonstate actors around the world. Underpinning this concern is the realization that despite progress on poverty reduction, some people continue to feel left out. This report aims to unpack the concept of social inclusion and understand better how policies can be designed to further inclusion. First, the report offers a definition of social inclusion  Read more...
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Inclusion matters.
Washington, D.C. : The World Bank, [2013]
(DLC) 2013038519
Material Type: Document, Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: World Bank.
ISBN: 9781464800115 1464800111
OCLC Number: 861120203
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Overview --
Clarifying Concepts --
Who Gets Excluded and How? --
Inclusion in What and How? --
Enhancing Social Inclusion by Improving Ability, Opportunity, and Dignity --
The Changing Context for Social Inclusion --
Attention to Attitudes and Perceptions Is Important in Addressing Social Inclusion --
Social Inclusion Can Be Achieved --
What Can Policies and Programs Do to Enhance Social Inclusion? --
The Right Question --
Concluding Reflections --
References --
Introduction --
The Issue and the Idea --
What Does This Report Intend to Do? --
Roadmap of the Report --
Notes --
References --
I. Framing The Issue --
ch. 1 What Do We Mean by Social Inclusion? --
Where Does the Usage Come From? --
Contours around an Abstraction --
Social Inclusion Matters for Itself and Because Exclusion Is Too Costly --
Measure What You Value: The Challenge of Quantifying Social Inclusion --
Notes --
References --
ch. 2 Who Gets Excluded and Why? --
Individuals, Groups, and Their Identities --
How Exclusion Plays Out --
Concluding Reflections --
References --
ch. 3 Inclusion in What? Through What Channels? --
What Do Individuals and Groups Take Part In? --
What Influences the Terms on Which Individuals and Groups Take Part in Society? --
Concluding Reflections --
References --
II. Transitions, Transformations, And Perceptions --
ch. 4 Transitions, Transformations, and the Changing Context of Inclusion --
Complex Demographic Transitions --
Spatial Transitions --
Economic Transitions --
Not Just Transitions but Revolutions in Knowledge, Information, and Citizen Action --
Concluding Reflections --
Notes --
References --
ch. 5 Attitudes and Perceptions of Inclusion --
Subjective Assessments of Individuals and Groups --
Attitudes toward Excluded Groups --
Perceptions of Inequality and Fairness --
Concluding Reflections --
Notes --
References --
III. Change Is Possible --
ch. 6 Change toward Social Inclusion --
Change in What? --
The Propellers of Change toward Social Inclusion --
The Importance of Shared Goals and Strong Institutions --
Reflecting on the Trajectory of Change --
References --
ch. 7 Propelling Social Inclusion --
Intervening for Social Inclusion through Markets --
Intervening for Social Inclusion through Services --
Intervening for Social Inclusion through Spaces --
Cross-Cutting Approaches Spanning Many Domains --
What Can Social Inclusion Mean in Practice? --
Notes --
References --
ch. 8 Concluding Reflections --
What Does This Report Mean for Practitioners of Development? --
References.
Series Title: New frontiers of social policy.

Abstract:

Ocial inclusion is on the agenda of governments, policymakers, and nonstate actors around the world. Underpinning this concern is the realization that despite progress on poverty reduction, some people continue to feel left out. This report aims to unpack the concept of social inclusion and understand better how policies can be designed to further inclusion. First, the report offers a definition of social inclusion as the "process of improving the terms for individuals and groups to take part in society." It unpacks different domains of society that excluded groups and individuals are at particular risk of being left out of -- markets, services, and spaces. Second, the report discusses the most important global mega-trends such as migration, climate chnage, and aging of societies, which will impact challenges and opportunities for inclusion. Finally, it argues that despite these challenges, change towards inclusion is possible and offers examples of inclusionary policies.

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