National strategy for reduction of poverty and social exclusion in the republic of macedonia


Why do we need a successful National Strategy for Reduction of Poverty and Social Exclusion?



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Why do we need a successful National Strategy for Reduction of Poverty and Social Exclusion?

Social exclusion starts from the fact that everyone in the Republic of Macedonia should have the opportunity and access to resources and services that make his/her life healthier, happier and more productive, which is essential for every strong family and every group in every possible traditional or new forms of good governance. When families and groups work well that means that the society has institutions and processes that generate good living, security, creativity, confidence and appertaining. Families and societies that care and that are reliable offer the best protection against any possible social exclusion.


Social exclusion:

  • Increases for certain groups and places facing multiple problems with maximal complexity;

  • Appears and concentrates in particular moments on life, when people face changes to role or status in life, changes to their life expectations and responsibilities (critical transition moments).

Social inclusion:



  • Supports social innovative changes and relates integrally to economic development and production;

  • Is everyone’s responsibility. Individuals and groups can contribute with their local knowledge and capabilities, dedication, energy and vision for social changes for the better. The Government, the private sector and the service organization can contribute to a greater social inclusion with their technical knowledge and necessary resources (material and financial).

Good governance can lead to changes for the better. People feel socially excluded when they think that their society does not have mechanisms to hear their voice on matters that concern them personally.




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