Social Inclusion

Art is an expressive media. Different forms of expression or creative design, such as dance, painting, clay creation, etc., facilitate effective delivery and reception of personal thoughts, feelings and messages. Barriers are believed to be broken down via interaction and mutual respect. Through the equal and coexistence spaces created, as well as the social inclusion messages spread, stigma and discrimination towards people in recovery will be reduced.

Participants’ voices:

  • I understand the importance of social inclusion. From the sharing of different people, I do not just get the knowledge, but also learn from a life lesson: the most important thing is smile.
  • I really like the interactive session, such as dancing and learning sign language in which I learn tolerance, trust and caring.
  • I think people in recovery are as normal as others. They are friendly.
  • The social inclusion activity is powerful and very positive. The sharing of people in recovery is encouraging.
  • Participants understand the voices of the family members from their sharing. It tells us we should be positive.
  • Participants are joined together to participate actively with mutually acceptance and appreciation.

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