Seahorse – Social Cohesion – Personal Development – Inclusion

Juls Davey and Greer McGearey discuss the what, why, and the how that is inclusion, to encourage viewers to consider engaging with local organisations that support a passion of interest to them, by drawing on a handful that they have been, or still are, involved with for examples.

The advantages of involvement with community are numerous, that may include personal development, social interaction, support, understanding, and acceptance, where an individual is valued for their contribution, with difference building strength, resilience, inclusivity, and social cohesion.

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