Being able to access and be involved in education, culture, leisure and the arts is a further component of social inclusion. People are often socially excluded on the basis of mental health problem as well as age, gender, sexuality, race, religion and disability, including and socio-economic status.[1, 2]
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Scottish Government (2007). With Inclusion in Mind. Scottish Government: Edinburgh..