Introducing the

EQUALITY

// RESEARCH COLLECTIVE //

FIGHTING SOCIAL EXCLUSION

Social exclusion is a structural process of not being able to participate in society due to a lack of material and intangible resources, such as a living income, a quality home, a social network, a quality basic provision, etc. While benefiting from these resources are fundamental rights for every citizen, they often remain inaccessible for people in vulnerable living situations, because of structural barriers such as conditionality, stigma, shame and other cultural manners and patterns.                                                               

 

RESEARCH
METHODOLOGY

  • Participatory

  • Shared ownership

  • Cross-fertilisation of knowledge

  • Community development

MEETING PLACE

  • Interprofessional

  • All stakeholders

  • Active encounters with students and teaching staff

CHALLENGES

  • Social protection

  • Diverse society

  • Deinstitutionalisation

  • Efficiency & effectivity

  • Fragmented care

STAKEHOLDERS

  • Practice & policy

  • Umbrella organisations and focal points

  • Local & international

  • Academia & education

  • Citizens & society