The Analysis of Measures for Disadvantaged Groups to Carry Out Leisure Activities



More and more NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) have sprung up to help the disadvantaged groups, but few of them take the indispensable leisure needs in disadvantaged groups’ daily life into consideration. As a result of the restrictions of all kinds of subjective and objective factors, leisure activities provided to the disadvantaged groups and carrying out by themselves independently are quite limited. Starting from the positive significance of leisure activities on the disadvantaged groups, this paper makes an analysis to the disadvantaged groups’ current situations of leisure life, leisure needs and existing obstacles, and then discusses how NGOs help them carry out leisure activities.


Leisure activities; Disadvantaged groups; NGO

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