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A Definition of Inclusive Environments

An Inclusive Environment is an environment in which all, unique and diverse, humankind can access, participate and contribute equally by placing the unified and holistic human being at the centre of everything it does. Inclusive Environments should always involve the creation and sustainability of wellbeing as the primary ultimate aim.

They are environments which not only support and directly contribute to both local and national communities but also openly, demonstrably and sustainably support global solidarity and global co-operation.

 

 

 

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