Social exclusion, the polarisation of the types of chances life offers to different groups of young people, is increasing, it is spatially concentrated in some regions and neighbourhoods and is arguably linked to social class. Race and gender can also contribute to this phenomenon, as can other inequalities such as disability.
EU-CoE Youth Partnership
Type of tool: Report
Topic: Social Inclusion, Youth work
Target Group: IVS organisation staff, IVS organisation board
Use: Introducing an inclusive perspective
Year of Publication: 2007