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Executive Summary of Human Development Report Croatia 2006. Unplugged: Faces of Social Exclusion in Croatia
Program Ujedinjenih naroda za razvoj
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Str. 65 - 84
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the UN’s global development network, advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life.
The 2006 National Human Development Report on Social Exclusion (SE) in Croatia examines the ways in which individuals and groups of people may find themselves socially marginalized due to limited access to social services, employment, education, housing, and human rights. In a post-socialist, postwar environment, substantial progress is being made towards improving the quality of life for many inhabitants of Croatia. However, not every citizen and not every region benefits equally from this progress.
Without proper intervention by the state, civil society and the international community, people at risk are likely to become engulfed in a self-perpetuating form of poverty, social isolation and cultural deprivation. As the nation works towards accession to the European Union (EU), and struggles to meet the demands of a changing global economy, the NHDR offers recommendations for improving the access to social services and social policies in general, for the purpose of reducing the risk of social exclusion. In Chapters 1 and 2, the Report offers a brief overview of the SE concept, the EU Open Method of Coordination and the economic and demographic situation of Croatia. Chapter 3 examines in detail the groups at risk, closely looking at their access to social services and pointing out key challenges and policy options. Chapters 4 and 5 expand on the key challenges which affect all of the vulnerable groups, and outlines possible solutions to social exclusion in Croatia.
human development report; social exclusion; vulnerable groups; Croatia
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