Inclusion is regularly presented as key to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Yet, it often feels like advancing inclusion in all layers of society is easier said than done.
In this episode of Positive.leaders we explore how two positive leaders are breaking down barriers at their level and how we could accelerate change on a bigger scale.
Amelie Jezabel Mariage is the co-founder of Aprendices Visuales, a Spanish tech for good that harnesses the power of visual learning to help children reach their full potential. Nicolas Froissard is the general director and spokesperson for the SOS group that develops solutions to combat all forms of exclusion through a social entrepreneurship approach.
In this first part, Amelie tells us how her personal experience motivated her to set up Aprendices Visuales, and what role technology could play in creating more inclusive education systems. Nicolas explains how the SOS group tackles exclusion in different fields, the main challenges they face.
Together they discuss the place given to inclusion in the public debate.