Active inclusion means enabling every citizen, notably the most disadvantaged, to fully participate in society, including having a job.
In practical terms, that means:
Active inclusion is intended to tackle various challenges:
The Social Investment Package (SIP) stresses the importance of activating and enabling services:
The Social Investment Package underlines the importance of reducing administrative burdens and simplifying the benefit systems through mechanisms such as "one-stop shops".
Individual contracts between service providers and participants, setting out their rights and obligations, empower the individual and contribute to developing human capital.