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VODG/NDTi Round Table on role of providers in achieving Social Inclusion

Social inclusion is how people are involved in, contribute to and gain from the community. Each person defines community differently, traditionally it includes things like: neighbours and friends; work; special interests; cultural and faith groups; formal and informal volunteering; sports and leisure activities.

The culture of organisations is central to achieving social inclusion – it impacts on how people think about, have aspirations for and offer support.

Recognising this, the Voluntary Organisations Disability Group and the National Development Team for Inclusion hosted a round table for participants representing large and medium sized voluntary organisations. The Round Table developed first thoughts on what providers can do to support and enable social inclusion – some of which are shown in the note linked on the right of this page. These will form the foundations of an Action Learning Set which will develop and explore the ideas over the next year.

Contact Details

Bill Love

Contact Office

Bath (Registered Office)

National Development Team for Inclusion
4 Queen Street

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