From exclusion to inclusion – a theory of change

Just something I’ve been musing on for a while.  Two self-perpetuating cycles, one of exclusion, the other inclusion.  The latter is of course the one we must strive to generate. Such theories of change inform the work of disability organisations in other countries (especially those promoting the right to community living of people with intellectual disabilities) but I’m not sure whether they do or ever have informed the approach of disability organisations in the UK.  Welcome comments.

Cycle of exclusion

Cycle of exclusion final

Cycle of inclusion

Cycle of inclusion final

 

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