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Strategie zur Bewältigung des demographischen Wandels (Strategy for coping with the demographic change)

Principality of Liechtenstein Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Principality of Liechtenstein 31 December 2012 Policy document health system, strategy

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Im vorliegen¬den Bericht zum demografischen Wandel wird den folgenden Fragen nachgegangen: Was wird sich konkret ändern? Welche politisch rele¬vanten Bereiche sind betroffen? Welche Wechselbeziehun-gen bestehen zwischen den Bereichen?
Es ist das Ziel, anhand der Strategie
Maßnahmen zur Bewältigung der künftigen Herausforderungen zu erarbeiten. Der Bericht bezieht die relevanten Politikbereiche Bildung,
Finanzen, das Gesundheitswesen, Kultur und Sport, Migration, den Sozialbereich, Verkehr, Raumordnung und Bau und den Arbeitsmarkt in seine Untersuchung ein.

In this report according the demographic change the following questions are traced: What is going to change precisely? Which political relevant sectors are affected? Which correlations between the sectors exist? The aim is to acquire coping measures for the future challenges. The report includes the political relevant sectors finances, public health, culture and sports, migration, the social sector, traffic, urban planning and building, and the employment market in its research.


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