Discrimination and Social Exclusion

Social exclusion occurs when people lack many of the opportunities that are available to the average citizen. Many people face discrimination due to their race, culture, religion, class, sex or age. Many people are also socially disadvantaged due to low income, but social exclusion is far more complex than this and is not always related to poverty. It is possible to be excluded without experiencing poverty; and it is possible to experience poverty without feeling excluded.

There are a number of publications provided by All Resources which equip young people with the vital life skills to confidently discuss and confront these issues.

Discrimination and Social Exclusion Topics for Schools

  • Discrimination and Social Exclusion Education
  • Defining Discrimination and Social Exclusion
  • Discrimination and Social Exclusion Issues

Discrimination and Social Exclusion Support for Schools

We publish digital discrimination and social exclusion school resources to support schools by providing help and guidance in an educational format. Our resource packs give the information in a way that informs as well as educates.

Discrimination and Social Exclusion Support for Teachers

Our discrimination and social exclusion resources for teachers include discrimination and social exclusion resource packs that cover a variety of topics as well as our lesson plans on discrimination and social exclusion.

Discrimination and Social Exclusion Support for Students

Teaching students about discrimination and social exclusion is important. Our aim is to produce resource packs that provide information and knowledge of discrimination and social exclusion.

Blog articles on discrimination and social exclusion