Development of social clustering in the public, private, science and NGO sectors as a prerequisite for family well-being

  • Viktorija Pankova Sirvintos Municiality
Keywords: Complex services, Exclusion, Family policy, Social cluster

Abstract

Family policy in Lithuania is related to the EU welfare goals and aspirations is quite young, with many contradictions, innovations, changes in family and child welfare. The efforts of the Ministry of Social Security and Labor of the Republic of Lithuania alone, the projects being implemented and the work done indicate a straight line, but we are not seeing any significant changes either in Lithuania or in the municipalities. What hinders the movement, the mechanism of this mechanism, which is ineffective in the system? I will explain this at municipal level, the smallest administrative unit.

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Published
2020-03-10
How to Cite
Pankova, V. (2020). Development of social clustering in the public, private, science and NGO sectors as a prerequisite for family well-being. Social Education, 52(2), 62-71. https://doi.org/10.15823/su.2019.52.5
Section
PART II. SOCIAL EDUCATION FOR CONSCIOUS INCLUSION AND WELFARE