Social rejection is the opposite of social inclusion, and it is an example of a basic human rights violation. Social exclusion is a process in which different groups of people do not have the opportunity to participate in society, do not have access to education and resources, and experience discrimination.
Rejection occurs for various reasons: due to the prejudice of some people towards others or due to systematic discrimination of people due to their sexual orientation, gender, age, disability, migration status, etc. But social rejection is not limited to certain forms of discrimination. It can also occur due to a lack of infrastructure. For example, people living in remote rural and mountainous areas may not have access to resources due to a lack of communications, roads and transportation. Social exclusion is very dangerous because when a huge number of people are alienated, the country cannot develop as well as it should.
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