Surviving the Inclusion Delusion

In this article, VOR’s Jill Barker talks about her adult son, Danny, and addresses the problems with assuming that the philosophy and practice of inclusion is appropriate for all situations and all people. This is published as an example of the sensitive landscapes of “wicked problems” in which many nonprofits work. Wicked problems are messy, hard to completely define, unendingly complex, and, in the end, they are subject to multiple interpretations based on one’s point of view.