Poverty alone is not a comprehensive marker of deprivation. Race, ethnicity, gender, religion, place of residence, disability status, age, HIVAIDS status, sexual orientation or other stigmatized markers, confer disadvantage that excludes people from a range of processes and opportunities. The World Bank defines social inclusion as the process of improving the terms for individuals and groups to take part in society.
Sharing economy refers to peer-to-peer access and sharing of goods and services that are coordinated via the internet through community-based online services. This concept includes the shared creation, production, distribution, consumption, and trade and consumption of human and physical resources by different people and organisations.
Social entrepreneurship is the attempt to draw upon business techniques and private sector approaches to find solutions to social, cultural, or environmental problems. While conventional entrepreneurs typically measure performance in profit, revenues, and increases in stock prices, social entrepreneurs also take into account a positive "return to society".
The most accurate definition of the open data says that open data presents data that can be freely used, re-used and redistributed by anyone - subject only, at most, to the requirement to attribute and share alike. The main characteristics of open data are: availability and access, reuse and redistribution, and universal participation.