Factorii care determina incalcarea drepturilor persoanelor tinere
from Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration
Since proclaiming its independence, the Republic of Moldova began facing a set of political, economic and social problems, which it had to resolve alone, relying on its own potential and resources. The process of state building and self-determination was going in a context of social and economic crisis, and radical transformation of the economic system. Lack of experience in resisting external “shocks”, crises in the economy and social sector, as well as insufficient experience in implementing system reforms, unstable internal political situation, territorial disintegration of the country – all these predetermined the considerable “mistakes and costs” of the transition period. The young people have been the most vulnerable group in such a difficult period.
Keywords: social and economic crisis; economic system; reforms; youth; law; human rights (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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