Glossary Term


Emphasizes equitable access and participation, and responds positively to the individual needs and competencies of all people. Inclusive approaches work across all sectors and the wider community to ensure that every person, irrespective of gender, language, ability, religion, nationality, or other characteristics, is supported to meaningfully participate alongside their peers. Inclusive teaching fosters a classroom culture of inclusion.

In a refugee context, inclusion also refers to a gradual approach to ensure refugees and other persons have access to national systems and services in law and practice and without discrimination in accordance with international norms and standard.