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2011 | 03 |
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Basic Principles of the System of Social Services and Assistance

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This paper deals with some basic principles as the key components for the establishment and functioning of the system of social protection and assistance. The paper analyzes the principles of universality, equality of possibilities, the right to benefit, partnership, transparency and impartiality, decentralization, independence, social integration and participation in the community life, non-discriminating and subventioning character of this system. Furthermore, the paper is based on a detailed analysis of the aforementioned principles, tending to point out the impact of each of them on this system, with reference to the supervision of distribution of the minimal assistance in favor of the benefiting subjects. Organization, functioning, administration and control over the social services and public assistance have been based on some crucial principles established by law.
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bwmeta1.element.xslt-issn-2309-1088-2011-03-04
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