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Strategia naţională pentru protecţia şi promovarea drepturilor copilului pentru perioada 2014-2020 (National Strategy for the protection and promotion of children's rights for 2014-2020)

Government of Romania Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Romania 2014 Policy document

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The strategy aims to promote investment in the development and welfare of the child, based on a holistic and integrated approach, by all institutions and government, while respecting children's rights.

It aims to become an element of all processes aimed at strengthening structural reforms and modernization, including those in the 2014-2020 programming process, that impact on children's development in Romania.

Strategia îşi propune să promoveze investiția în dezvoltarea și bunăstarea copilului, pe baza unei abordări holistice şi integrate de către toate instituţiile şi autorităţile statului, în condițiile respectării drepturilor copilului, satisfacerii nevoilor acestuia, precum și accesului universal la servicii.

Strategia îşi propune să devină elementul integrator al tuturor proceselor ce vizează întărirea reformelor structurale şi de modernizare, inclusiv cele din cadrul procesului de programare 2014-2020, care au impact asupra dezvoltării copiilor în România.


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