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inclusion

noun all acceptance, all-embracing uniierse, all-encompassing universe, all facets, blanket analysis, broad analysis, compendious amount, comprehensive number, diverse mix, diverse mixture, every facet, every side, exhaustive approach, extensive analysis, full vision, mainstreaming everyone, sweeping analysis, total number, total scope, umbrella, universe, unlimited acceptance
Associated concepts: inclusion of children with disabilities, inclusionary approach
See also: acceptance, accession, addendum, admittance, affiliation, appendix, composition, coverage, insertion, scope
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The report, Inclusionary Housing: Creating and Maintaining Equitable Communities, charts a path forward for local policymakers who are grappling with the effects of gentrification, but who are wary of overburdening developers, impeding new housing construction, or inviting legal challenges.
Production of affordable housing would be a condition of residential development when developers build in an area zoned for Mandatory Inclusionary Housing, whether rezoned as part of a City neighborhood plan or a private rezoning application.
The HEOA has created the legislation and the funding to encourage the great increase in inclusionary activities at IHEs currently being seen.
A central aim is to interrogate widespread assumptions about the relative mildness/severity of penal practices in inclusionary and exclusionary nations.
Buchanan said she could put some of the 4-year-olds on the waiting list into the inclusionary class with 3-year-old special need students.
By critically analyzing how the referred program, originally designed as an inclusionary strategy, reproduces and maintains an exclusionary status quo, this essay proposes an alternative theoretical approach to guide its future developments, contrasting the scholarly perspectives previously framing newcomers' labour market integration on the binary concepts of exclusion and inclusion.
The proposal would introduce height limits, allow for residential conversions and encourage affordable housing development through the Inclusionary Housing Program's financial incentives.
One method considered in the city's RFP is Inclusionary Zoning, where about 20 percent of the units fall under affordable housing income limits, but the rest do not.
Topics at the Foundry Executive Conference included Beyond Employee Retention--Developing an Inclusionary Culture, Tim McMillin, Fairmount Minerals, the Application of the Golden Rule for Life and Business, Van Richey, ACIPCO, Birmingham, Ala.
Our article analyzed the use of mandatory inclusionary zoning ordinances in the context of both federal and Florida law as they pertain to development exactions and impact fees.
So both he and late City Councilwoman Joan Beardsley proposed an amendment and a resolution, respectively, in favor of inclusionary zoning, a funding mechanism where home developers subsidize affordable housing with profits from market-value units.
Short Stories to Spark Diversity Dialogue" is a series of twenty six stories written to teach those in the workplace what they need to know to truly understand diversity and inclusionary concepts, and how to apply these principles in every day business.

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