Blog entry by Ogbonne Adesoji
One of the articles in our Ethics discussion forum-Paul Polman on “Courageous CEOs & How Purpose Is Growth Story of The Century” brought up the issue of “Exclusion and Poverty”.
Poverty emphasizes material as well as social deprivation, while social exclusion forefronts a person or a group's ability to participate in social, economic, political and cultural life and their relationships with others.
The most effective way to eliminate social exclusion is to reject and stop the use of the worldview underlying it.
The Black Lives Matter movement is an example of the masses attempting to do so. I look forward to the outcome of this movement as I believe a huge shift will result from this.