Los MENA en Italia: criticidades en la integración entre políticas nacionales e intervenciones locales.

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The phenomenon of MENA is continuously growing and is permanent. Services in the territory, constantly had to respond essentially continuous emergency situations, rather than promoting genuine program interventions. This has ended up favoring a methodology of action that constantly runs the risk of relying on radical budgets and inattentive to the global reality: in fact, continue to consider the child / a stranger / a as a subject in itself carries a strong discomfort, even as a subject that does not need any specific intervention. Among the most relevant criticalities, there is the problem of integration between policies and interventions. The models are still very fragmented and sectioned, social support devices are not inserted with those educational, communicate in partially and as such, produce only fragmented solutions. Only a radical change in the organization of services host can truly afford to abandon the perspective of emergency which has faced the phenomenon so far. What we need today is a process of taking comprehensive responsibility that become seriously effective national and international standards for the protection of the rights of these children, at one facing the "charge" of the local host systems. Only a radical change in the organization of services host can truly afford to abandon the perspective of emergency which has faced the phenomenon so far. What we need today is a process of taking comprehensive responsibility that become seriously effective national and international standards for the protection of the rights of these children, at one facing the "charge" of the local host systems. Only a radical change in the organization of services host can truly afford to abandon the perspective of emergency which has faced the phenomenon so far. What we need today is a process of taking comprehensive responsibility that become seriously effective national and international standards for the protection of the rights of these children, at one facing the "charge" of the local host systems.
Original languageSpanish
Pages167-176
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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