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Role of social professions in the process of sustainable development of rural area. Study case

Ramona Lile (), Claudia Boghicevici () and Camelia Daciana Stoian ()
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Ramona Lile: „Aurel Vlaicu” University, Arad, Romania
Claudia Boghicevici: „Aurel Vlaicu” University, Arad, Romania
Camelia Daciana Stoian: Arad Bar Association, Romania

Juridical Tribune (Tribuna Juridica), 2018, vol. 8, issue 2, 415-424

Abstract: It is already known and accepted in Romania the reality of the consequences produced by the social or other reforms, the transformations that reach precisely the category of the citizens from the rural area, with socio-economic problems. In 2017, the awareness of the fact that the population in the rural area, mainly consisting of socially, economically or medically vulnerable groups, need this type of services, trying to compensate for the reality of the dismantling of several sanitary units, O.U.G no.18 attempts an approach through the corroboration of this state of affairs with the objectives of developing community services. Our conclusions set out in this article are paving the way for de lege ferenda proposal to ensure proper regulations from the perspective of providing training for the social professions to be involved in the functioning of integrated centers at the level of rural communities.

Keywords: social professions; integrated community center; sustainable development; rural area. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K23 K32 K39 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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