Social inclusion is a process that enables people and social groups in risk of poverty and social exclusion gain the ability and means necessary for full participation in economic, legal and political, social and cultural life, as well as achieving life standard and well-being that are acceptable in society they live in. Social inclusion ensures greater involvement of citizens in decision making that affects their lives and exercise their fundamental rights and freedoms which provides a livelihood and social welfare.
By many years of work, analyses and researches, we have determined a number of problems, difficulties and constraints that prevent (or disable) quality and comprehensive social inclusion of socially marginalized and excluded persons. Issues are related to poverty, unemployment, discrimination and stigmatization, social vulnerability and lack of care, disrespect and lack of recognition of basic human rights and freedoms.
Our target group within the framework of activities focused on social inclusion is socially marginalized and excluded persons: active addicts to psychoactive substances and persons in abstinence, sex workers, young offenders, victims of domestic violence, and persons with difficulties in mental and physical development.