Towards participatory research
which improves the quality of life
for people at risk of social exclusion.
There is still a long way to go before the principles of equal rights, non-discrimination, equality, and social justice become accepted commonplace in society. The exclusion-inclusion binomial is a process that is still alive and given shape through education, practices in the workplace, and the development of cultural and social contexts in an interdependent nexus of behaviour.
CERSIN aims to become a reference for the study of inclusive processes in order to improve the quality of life for all people. It is important that all actions be designed to maximize the potentialities of every individual. Equally important is that these actions be carried out through participation and social interaction while respecting the value of the differences between people, being aware of the complexity and uncertainty inherent in human interactions.