For many countries, reduction of social exclusion is an important policy goal that requires measurement. Social exclusion must also be addressed in the context of policies with other stated goals, such as improving well-being, reducing poverty or improving social cohesion. While many countries measure different aspects of social exclusion, there is no widely accepted definition for what social exclusion is. It is a rather broad concept specific to the context and cultural values and may refer to outcomes, such as exclusion from the labour force, as well as to the processes by which exclusion happens, such as discrimination. Very few surveys or statistical methods are specifically designed for measuring social exclusion.

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