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Title: Crearea unui mediu fără bariere pentru persoane cu dizabilități: obstacole și modalități de soluționare
Authors: Gutium, Tatiana
Keywords: persons with disabilities
social inclusion
specialized social services
residential housing
sheltered housing
specialized supported housing
community house
persoane cu dizabilitati
incluziune sociala
servicii sociale specializate
locuinte protejate
casa comunitara
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Universitatea de Stat din Comrat
Citation: GUTIUM, Tatiana. Crearea unui mediu fără bariere pentru persoane cu dizabilități: obstacole și modalități de soluționare. В: Știința. Еducație. Сultură = Наука. Образование. Культура : международная научно-практическая конференция, 31-ая годовщина Комратского государственного университета : сборник статей. Комрат, 2022, том 1: Экономические науки. Сельское хозяйство и перерабатывающая промышленность. Информационные технологии, математика и физика. Право и политические науки, сс. 40-46. ISBN 978-9975-83-177-2.
Abstract: Social policy related to people with disabilities are becoming increasingly relevant to our state. The research object of this study is the policies of social inclusion, the creation of an accessible living environment for people with disabilities. Legislative acts on the social integration of people with disabilities were systematized and evaluated in this study. Recommendations to increase the social inclusion of people with special needs have been developed based on the analysis of good international practices for creating a barrier-free environment for people with disabilities. The novelty of this research is systematization of legislative and normative acts on the social inclusion of people with disabilities.
Description: Text în lb. rom. Abstract în lb. engl. Referințe bibliogr.: pp. 44-45 (8 titl.).
ISBN: 978-9975-83-177-2
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