Inclusivity in volunteerism

The need to ensure inclusivity in all aspects of human activity has been largely recognized in the past decade. Ensuring that volunteering is inclusive of Persons with disabilities, marginalized groups such as youth, women and so on would not only have a positive impact on their lifestyles but also have a significant contribution to the development of volunteering in Sri Lanka. To this end, it is fundamental that a National Action Plan includes, and addresses means and ways in which such inclusivity can be ensured. It is also important to explore the ability of volunteerism to contribute towards a more inclusive future.

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