Social Inclusion & Rights Based Approach

By Sunil Tiwari

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3. 2. Disease Disability Disadvantage .Disabling Factors There are three types of disabling factors: 1.

How To Reduce Exclusion • • Promote and support access to social networks. • • • • . Resolve transport issues so that they do not prevent people from participating in the wider community. Identify. Build links with community projects. Involve people in service planning and ensure ideas and suggestions are acted upon. respect and use people’s skills. community centres and schools to increase levels of social contact between people from different generations. including the skills of older people gained in previous employment. Give people ordinary opportunities to participate in the wider community through person-centred care planning.

• Rights Based Approach Right based approach aims to enable claim holders to claim their rights and duty bearers to meet their obligations under law . all citizens are free and able to participate in the life of society.• Social inclusion In simple terms it means.

They are both multidimensional frameworks with a relativistic understanding of poverty and social exclusion.Understanding Social Inclusion and RBA Together Social inclusion and the rights-based approach to development are both value-based analytical frameworks for analysing imbalanced power relationships. They also share a common concern for equality. health. Both approaches are preoccupied with the individual (& groups) and their patterns of exclusion related to lacking access to labour. employment. . education. nondiscrimination & inclusive participation.

Aspects Cover a Person's Well Being • sustenance. access to and control over materialities: income. poor) and sociopolitical roles (is not barred to hold any office. intellectual and social terms • choice of profession. resources and entitlements. urban). classes (rich. which voice is heard • prosperity co-implicates horizontal. vertical and diagonal movements across locations (rural. health and shelter • growth in physical. life style. • symbolized in having a voice. food. life partner • ownership of. play any role) .

Dimension of Social Inclusion &RBA • • • • • Value Recognition Human Development Involvement & Engagement Proximity Material Well Being .

but also supporting people – including those who are discriminated against and marginalised – to engage in wider processes to ensure that their rights and needs are recognised. in decision-making. For example in planning and managing service delivery. .Summary The process of Social Inclusion & RBA is not just about improving access to services. and in holding duty bearers to account through citizens’ action.

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