The integration of individuals – or groups of individuals – into society as citizens or as members of various public social networks. Social inclusion is fundamentally rooted in labour market or economic inclusion.
A range of activities outside formal educational institutions designed to identify and attract non-learners, in order to encourage them to enrol in education and training programmes. (Note: see also ‘Hard to engage’).
A range of activities designed to help individuals take educational, vocational or personal decisions and carry them out before and after they enter the labour market.
Definition pending from Level 1 glossary
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