A summary of the Social Policy Sourcebook (coming soon)
The creation of citizenship rights that cut across gender, race, ethnicity, religion, class and location is critical to a society’s prosperity. Using policy and laws to establish equal opportunities strengthens the social fabric and helps shift the dynamic of the state from a formal organization into a community of common sentiment with mutual rights and obligations. By engaging with citizens and addressing barriers to inclusion, states may better bridge contentious relations both among citizens and with the state.
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