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- Exercises and Activities for Use in Art Therapy and Training Programmes for Groups of Marginalised and Excluded Persons EU Project "Against Exclusion", 2014...
- transition in contemporary Bahrain: the shifting political parti****tion of a marginalised majority at the University of Melbourne in 2017. She is currently Melbourne...
- and citizens in rural areas or from lower castes were increasingly marginalised. In 2013 the state ranked 10th of 21 Indian states in the Human Development...
- etc.), but in these areas brown bear po****tions are fragmented and marginalised because of the destruction of their habitat. In addition, polar bears...
- 2558 BE in Thailand. Several different ethnic groups, many of which are marginalised, po****te Thailand. Some of these groups spill over into Myanmar, Laos...
- Although many government policies throughout history have disregarded or marginalised minority religions, Nepalese societies generally enjoy religious tolerance...
- process is not transparent and causes digital marginalisation of already marginalised communities. Twitter India rejected the allegations, calling them 'impartial'...
- improvement of the lives of economically underprivileged and socially marginalised people. On social and economic issues, it advocates liberty, social justice...
- leading to impoverishment and jeopardizing the rights of the poor and marginalised." In March 2019 the government of Laos announced an interest in permitting...
- occurred following the end of World War I. The Party remained small and marginalised, receiving 2.6% of the federal vote in 1928, prior to the onset of the...
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