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social policy

A term for a country’s public policy and practice in health care, human services, criminal justice, inequality, education, and labour.
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The Prime Minister has thanked previous Minister of Social Policy of Ukraine Pavlo Rozenko for the work done and informed that he will be still in charge of the Ministry of Social Policy as well as the Health Ministry and culture issues.
The Social Policy Protocol, annexed to the Maastricht Treaty, mentions neither the harmonisation, nor the approximation; it rather reaffirms the intention to respect national distinctiveness, recommending that these terms should not avert the Member States from maintaining or introducing their more extended own measures (article 2, 6).
As it is unrealistic for any social policy to expect to achieve complete peace, we always need to keep the temple doors open.
78) Greta Jones, "Eugenics and Social Policy Between the Wars" The Historical Journal 25 (1982) 722.
The introductory chapter discusses the scope of social policy, social policies in the 1980s, globalization, and why social policy matters during globalization.
Spokeswoman of the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy Erzana Jakupi rejected the criticisms.
In this article we look at the limits of social policy integration, levels of action achieved so far, and areas where we believe the EU could bring added value in terms of European welfarism.
Investment in human resources and human development is a key component of an integrated social policy that pays dividends in both economic prosperity and social well-being.
THE PRODUCT OF over a decade of work, Social Policy and Practice in Canada traces the history of social policy in northern North America from the pre-contact period to the present.
Although welfare to work has been widely claimed as a highly successful social policy innovation, most former welfare recipients have joined the ranks of working poor and the belief that they are well on the way to self-sufficiency and success has been challenged.
July 23-25: Conference: Social Policy Association; Birmingham, UK; www.
Comparative historical analysis as undertaken by these social scientists addresses historical transformations that change the human condition--revolutions, democracy and authoritarianism, the invention of social policy or social welfare.

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