The centre sees Social Development as offering an opportunity for
citizens to determine their own needs and to influence decisions that
affect them on social policy and economic initiatives at local, national
and global levels. The ultimate objective is to bring about sustained
improvement in the well being of the individual,
family, community and society at large.
Presently the Centre views the key dimensions of social development to
be processes which seek to (a) address issues of poverty, (b) achieve full
employment and (c) strengthen social integration.
This website contains a series of articles on
the following themes: