In today’s terms, it is called social inclusion. It is done best when undertaken with flair, and then it is called social enterprise. Is it about equal opportunities? Yes! But now we celebrate equality and diversity, celebrating the strengths of diverse cultures, yet creating opportunities for choice for us all. ADER – Agricultural Development Information Site
By all, we particularly mean those who experience disadvantage – children, young people (especially those involved through the criminal justice system), disabled people, people from minority ethnic groups, people experiencing poverty, those living in remote rural areas disadvantaged by poor transport and older people.