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first_imgOn their website, they said: “Inclusion isn’t something that one person is responsible for or can achieve on their own. Everyone has a responsibility to help make our society fully inclusive!”  The CharityKeen, based at the St Clements Centre in Oxford, has introduced their #ShareOne World campaign in which they are pledging for inclusion and spreading themessage that everyone has a responsibility to make society fully inclusive. They run a range of sessions ranging from Allsorts (a session full of sports games), to Zig Zag (a creative play, arts and drama workshop), to Keen Teens (a project club for young people aged 10-19). Founded in 1984, Keen is a charity that provides sessions and projects that incorporates their fundamental belief that everyone should have an equal opportunity to be included in community based social and recreational activities, for example those who are disabled or those with other needs not catered for.  center_img Their #Share One World campaign asks people to pledge their promise to make society more inclusive, and includes numerous ways on their website to make a difference, listing activities such as learning more about inclusion and encouraging school children to organise inclusive events in collaboration with special schools. You can get involved by making the pledge to make your society more inclusive at: https://www.keenuk.org/sowlast_img read more

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