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Stigma causes discrimination, which holds back community development and keeps people in poverty. Instead of communities reaching goals together – such as making education available to all children – some people may be left out or left behind.

In this edition of Footsteps we share articles from different stigmatised groups, such as people living with disabilities, people living with HIV and former prisoners.

The prejudice that leads to stigma can be overcome by building relationships with those who are different from us, including people who have a different faith.

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