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Social Policy In Denmark

The Ministry of Social Affairs and Integration Country Resources disability, Disability Policies Denmark 31 December 2011 Policy document 978-87-7546-281-0 child and adolescent, elderly care

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This booklet provides answers to how social welfare policy is organised in Denmark; how it is financed, what role the local government plays and what is being done for families with children, elderly people, people with disabilities and people who are in special need.

It does so by outlining Danish social welfare policy – including the general framework for and status of individual professional areas.


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