The Efficiency of the Management of Social Assistance Benefits
Social policies are defined as the amount of principles, values and customs which dominates over the social relationship among persons, communities and institutions and signifies state’s measures and actions transposed and within strategies, programs, projects, institutions and legislation. The aim of the social policies involves the collective welfare, in order to achieve the target, state’s actions presume a process which regards modification of the social life’s features of the community. The main consequence of the state’s social policies represents the social protection of the population, which is realized gathering various factors, for instance the economy, the labor market, the non- governmental area, the community. Social protection implies a continuous process of adjustment to economical changes, which causes a plethora of reforms and massive amount of laws, which have an effect on putting other laws in force, provoking incoherency within the social assistance system.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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