Public-social partnership in Polish social policy
The article focuses on public-social partnership and the role of social economy in Polish government policy after 2001. The main thesis states that the appearance of some new institutions as well as legislative regulations are the subject of a significant ideological dispute concerning political-system solutions. On one hand, there is a tendency to regard social economy institutions as one of the instruments to develop enterpreneuership among people threatened with social exclusion. On the other hand, institutions of social economy play significant role in building civic society based on economic relations, as well as in the provision of social services. The article presents the major state's policy, legislative and financial directions from 2001 to 2005 in the field of social economy. It points out the possible and eligible directions of public authorities' further actions leading to social economy development.
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