Multiple Child Deprivation in Romania.

Victor Cebotari, Denisa Sologon, Chris De neubourg

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    Following the fall of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe, Romania has engaged in a transition path towards democracy and development. The transition has been difficult with multiple limitations in the development of human well-being. In the early years of the transition, Romania experienced a sharp economic contraction as the country's initial reforms suffered substantial duress in their attempt to break up from a centrally planned system. Unsurprisingly, the welfare of families mirrored the economic decline of the country. Poverty and deprivation increased during the transition and children were among the most affected by the decline in living standards. This chapter employs a Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Analysis (MODA) (Chzhen & de Neubourg, 2014; De Neubourg et. al, 2012), to look at different dimensions of child deprivation in Romania. This analysis fits into the objectives underlined by the European Commission and CRC to measure, disseminate and inform on the vulnerability and deprivation of children in Romania.
    langue originaleAnglais
    titre25 Jaar Roemeense Revolutie
    Sous-titreVerhalen met een Belgisch tintje
    Lieu de publicationLeuven
    Nombre de pages0
    ISBN (imprimé)9789033499067
    étatPublié - 2014

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