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STATE OF EMPLOYMENT AMONG THE ROMA PEOPLE

Abstract
The state of the Roma people is a subject of interest for all media (political, economic, cultural, social), turning into a subject on the working agenda of the actors involved in the development of support policies for the Roma population. The policies for the social inclusion of the Roma people require an integrating approach, a properly planned process and unitary actions, followed by the development of specific strategies, programs and projects. The employment policies for the Roma people stipulate, among the directions of action, a higher rate of employment among the Roma population, the development of programs for the development of the entrepreneurial capacity of the Roma, improving the skills of the Roma people in agreement with labour market requirements, externalization of work mediation services, professional information and counselling of the people seeking a job. The inclusion of the Roma people into the labour market has multiple effects, as well as real benefits, by reducing the cost of the social protection and by removing their dependency on such type of protection.
Keywords
Roma people, inclusion, labour market, workforce, unemployment.

Authors
Ionela IONESCU
Scientific Researcher at Association for Socio-economic Promotion and Development CATALACTICA & PhD Student at Romanian Academy of Science - Research Institute for Quality of Life Scientific; e-mail: i.ionela.ionescu@gmail.com, phones: 0743.587.015 / 0744.355.859
Oana BANU
Scientific Researcher at Association for Socio-economic Promotion and Development CATALACTICA & PhD Student at Romanian Academy of Science - Research Institute for Quality of Life Scientific; e-mail: oana.banu10@gmail.com, phone: 0741.553.394

How to cite
Ionescu, I., Banu, O. (2015). STATE OF EMPLOYMENT AMONG THE ROMA PEOPLE, Journal of Community Positive Practices, Nr. 4/2015, 73-97


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