Social Integration


The Social Integration issue describes a situation where nations and communities attain foundation for a respectful, diverse and cross-cultural environment. It imagines societies that are tolerant, open and just, enhancing non-violent community interactions and collaborations across various social groups, including minorities. This issue is underrepresented in the Agenda 2030 and enriched here.

The GAPFRAME currently uses two publicly available indicators that serve as proxies for tolerance of social diversity. These indicators are: minority discrimination (SPI, 2015) representing discrimination and violence against minorities and tolerance for homosexuals (SPI, 2015) reflecting societal attitudes toward homosexuality.

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