Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
In every country, some groups face discriminatory attitudes, beliefs, or perceptions that may prevent them from fully participating in the political, economic, and social life. Disadvantage is often based on social identity, which may be across dimensions of gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, disability and gender identity. This causes some groups to be excluded not only through legal systems but also from land and labor markets.
The challenges of social exclusion cannot be met by a single actor. Governments, whether at national, regional or the local level, must work alongside with the private sector to tackle social exclusion.
Our dedicated team, can assist on undertaking initiatives towards that direction while becoming a global pioneer and advocate on human rights.