Global Social Inclusion Index

The Global Social Inclusion Index should monitor to what extent countries’ governments live up to the SDGs 2030 agenda and whether they take action to include marginalised groups.



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The idea of developing a Global Social Inclusion Index is still in the exploration phase. If you’re interested to join and think about the form of the index, possible indicators, or databases that can be used, please write an e-mail to info@thespindle.org. The next meeting is 5 October at Partos.

Governments of all countries need to take all measures possible to include marginalised groups.

About the Index

The Global Social Inclusion Index should monitor to what extent countries’ governments live up to the SDGs 2030 agenda and whether they take action to include marginalised groups. The idea is that this index will be a joint effort by development organisations that advocate for one or more marginalised groups, and with other organisations, such as CIVICUS. The indicators of the index should become target group specific, to make it more interesting. The ambition is to develop and use the Global Social Inclusion Index on international scale.
An index could make de most marginalised more visible, be a benchmark, help with policy making, and help with learning. The index can be used as a claim for making power!

Team members

Annewies Kuipers
Annewies Kuipers
The Spindle
Lina Kagkli
Voice
Romi Biesheuvel
Romi Biesheuvel
The Spindle
Suhani Bhusan
Suhani Bhushan
CIVICUS

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