Social Marginalization And Social Exblusion

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In ancient times the great saints like Dnyaneshwar suffered from the social exclusion because of the orthodox beliefs of the people. The same examples were observed in many parts of the world. The great social workers like Martin Luther King had devoted their lives for the cause of the upliftment the downtrodden people, and the people suffering from racial discrimination. People on a large scale are suffering from some or the other kind of social exclusion. Such exclusion is observed at various levels, and in different layers of the society. The women all over the world have been the most unfortunate section of the society. Among these women also further variation is there and it is the exclusion or marginalization of poor, Dalit women. There are many other areas where people are suffering from marginalization. International law prohibits such discrimination on the basis of religion, ethnicity, social origin, or other status. The Convention on the Rights of the Child obligates India to take measures to encourage attendance and reduce dropout rates, and ensure that the rights of the children are protected through effective monitoring.
Social exclusion or Marginalization is keeping away an individual or specific part of society from being in the mainstream of the society. It is a process in which individuals or entire communities of people are systematically blocked from rights, opportunities and resources that are normally available to members of society and which are keys to

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