Section 7. - Social Inclusion from the International Perspective

The international perspective on social inclusion poses number of questions and problems, which transcend the framework of a nation-state and its welfare system. While we might strive to keep people in their natural environment, there are many people (including children) in today’s world, who are inevitably rooted out from their original setting, and who are forced to find some way into very different society. This section focuses on the ways how to include people from different backgrounds – like people with disabilities, elderly, vulnerable children, including children with disabilities, among others - to help them to become full members of their new societies. 



(guarantor: PhDr. Ondřej Štěch, Ph.D., Mgr. Ivana Příhonská)
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