Social Inclusion is a quarterly peer-reviewed open access journal, which provides academics and policy-makers with a forum to discuss and promote a more socially inclusive society.

Open Access Journal | ISSN: 2183-2803

Social Inclusion (ISSN: 2183-2803) is a peer-reviewed open access journal which provides academics and policy-makers with a forum to discuss and promote a more socially inclusive society.

Editor: Ulf R. Hedetoft, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (see full Editorial Board)

Open Access: free to read and share, with an article processing charge for accepted papers to offset production costs (more details here)

Latest Publications

How a Collective Trauma Influences Ethno-Religious Relations of Adolescents in Present-Day Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Merima Šehagić
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.497 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
Religious Education in Russia: Inter-Faith Harmony or Neo-Imperial Toleration?
Elena Lisovskaya
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.509 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
Negotiating Social Inclusion: The Catholic Church in Australia and the Public Sphere
Andrew P. Lynch
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.500 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
Participation and Sharing, or Peaceful Co-Existence? Visions of Integration among Muslims in Switzerland
Michael Nollert and Amir Sheikhzadegan
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.499 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
In the Shadow of Bell Towers: The Use of Religious Capital among Christian-Catholic Second Generations in Italy
Roberta Ricucci
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.496 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
Jews, Muslims and the Ritual Male Circumcision Debate: Religious Diversity and Social Inclusion in Germany
Gökçe Yurdakul
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.494 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
Secularities, Diversities and Pluralities: Understanding the Challenges of Religious Diversity in Latin America
Edgar Zavala-Pelayo and Manuel Góngora-Mera
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.487 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
Secular New Zealand and Religious Diversity: From Cultural Evolution to Societal Affirmation
Douglas Pratt
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.463 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
“Too Smart to be Religious?” Discreet Seeking Amidst Religious Stigma at an Elite College
Kateri Boucher and Jaime Kucinskas
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.491 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
The Fog of Extremism: Governance, Identity, and Minstrels of Exclusion
Amyn B. Sajoo
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.541 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
Inclusive Study of Religions and World Views in Schools: Signposts from the Council of Europe
Robert Jackson
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.493 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
Living Together v. Living Well Together: A Normative Examination of the SAS Case
Lori G. Beaman
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.504 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
Religious Diversity and the Challenge of Social Inclusion
Gary Bouma
Editorial | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i2.631 | Publication date: 2016/04/19
Romanian Roma: An Institutional Ethnography of Labour Market Exclusion
Janne Paulsen Breimo and Loreni Elena Baciu
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i1.539 | Publication date: 2016/02/29
Social Exclusion of Australian Childless Women in Their Reproductive Years
Beth Turnbull , Melissa L Graham and Ann R Taket
Article | Social Inclusion | Doi: 10.17645/si.v4i1.489 | Publication date: 2016/02/29
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