Social inclusion underpins equitable health and wellbeing outcomes. The social, economic and political costs of exclusion are borne by individuals and society.
In 2020 the IEPCP developed a Social Inclusion Framework which guides actions to promote social inclusion and an inclusive society. It includes:
- a definition of social inclusion;
- an outline of the guiding principles and values informing the work;
- a model explaining the factors that make a society inclusive;
- an explanation of how social inclusion relates to other key concepts such as social connectedness;
- and case studies that demonstrate social inclusion in action.
Launch of the Framework
We launched the framework in December 2020. Watch all or parts of the recording:
please contact Dr Sue Rosenhain (PhD): email@example.com.
Presents a framework to guide actions that will promote social inclusion and an inclusive society, including a definition; outline of guiding principles and values informing the work; model explaining the factors that make a society inclusive; explanation of how social inclusion relates to other key concepts; and case studies
|08/12/2020||Document||Inner East Primary Care Partnership|
Reports on the process and outputs of a series of group model building workshops by Deakin’s Global Obesity Centre in systems thinking related to social inclusion
EMSIC Report: Preventing and Responding to Violence and Promoting Social Inclusion and Community Connection
This report has been prepared for members of the Eastern Metropolitan Social Issues Council (EMSIC) to summarise the work conducted by Deakin University and provide recommendations for consideration in relation to regional approaches to address violence in vulnerable communities and promote social inclusion and community connectedness.
|18/10/2017||Document||Deakin University and SEED|