Inclusion, not meritocracy, needed for social mobility

Lim Chee Han

The story of Veveonah Mosibin highlights how social inequality can impact meritocracy. – YouTube pic, August 15, 2022.

MANY people regard meritocracy as the fairest, most reasonable, or simply the best way to settle for the distribution outcome of various social resources, such as higher education admissions, scholarship opportunities, employment, career advancement or promotion, public work contract bids etc.

This belief is largely entrenched in a society that is seeing an increasing trend of social inequality.

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