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relegate to a lower or outer edge, as of specific groups of people


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Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM)(LSE: TYT)(TYO: 7203), a Japan-based automaker, is predicting that petrol vehicles are likely to be marginalised in the next few decades.
Objectives : The overall goal of the programme is to help improve early childhood education as well as the care given to marginalised children and those most vulnerable, thus enhancing their social inclusion and empowerment.
In terms of pay rates, the least marginalised group is European men aged 45-64 who earn, on average, $28.
My dream is to do something for the marginalised people and when they come up, you will only wonder where India would reach one day," he added.
To answer this question, we must note from the outset the existence of a crushing housing crisis in addition to increasing and unprecedented numbers of marginalised people that have pushed many poor workers with simple social functions to reside in the slums.
Youth with disabilities are often discriminated and marginalised, families and communities see them as burdens or in some cases as a curse.
Under the programme, marginalised businesses will be mobilized to access legal and other business development services.
Vulnerable and marginalised groups and human rights.
Ms Short added: "In most of the run up to the war Gordon and Tony were in one of their fallen out phases and Gordon was marginalised and not included and not in the inner group," she said.
Moreover, it strengthened the capacity of marginalised people of Sudan to live within inclusive society, practicing their rights and shouldering their duties.
Firstly globalisation is accelerating and migrants from countryside to town may find themselves marginalised in poorer urban communities.
Dementia and social inclusion; marginalised groups and marginalised areas of dementia research, care and practice.
AN IRISH Christian Brother who once taught RTE television star Pat Kenny has set up a community school for marginalised children aged between 9 and 16 years in Zambia.
We can do nothing and see ourselves completely marginalised or create an environment which African professionals will not want to leave.
Background : Assistance for the education and development of marginalised and disadvantaged youth is available in Hungary, albeit, mostly for secondary and higher education programmes.