Enhancing Social Protection Policy for Internally Displaced Persons in the Context of War(Pages 955-961)
Myroslava Chesakova1, Karina Bortun2, Viktoriia Lohvynenko3, Valerii Molotai4 and Nataliia Tymoshyk5
1PhD in Law, Associate Professor, Department of Law Enforcement and Anti-Corruption Activities, the Private Joint Stock Company “Higher Educational Institution "Interregional Academy of Personnel Management”, Kyiv, Ukraine.
2PhD in Philology, Dean of the Faculty of Psychology and Social Technologies, Private Higher Education Establishment “European University”, Kyiv, Ukraine.
3PhD in Philosophy, Associate Professor, Department of Social Work, Management and Social Sciences, Lviv State University of Life Safety, Lviv, Ukraine.
4Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Law and Law Enforcement, Faculty of National Security, Law and International Relations, Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University, Zhytomyr, Ukraine.
5Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Finance, Faculty of Economics and Management, Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University, Ternopil, Ukraine.
Improving the social protection policy for internally displaced persons (hereinafter referred to as IDPs) in times of war plays a key role in ensuring the functioning of the economy and promoting a positive social effect. The issue of the quality of state policy implementation and the search for rational mechanisms to implement such social protection policy is a factor in overcoming the negative consequences of the war. The study aims to analyze the current state of social protection of IDPs and to find ways to improve it. The use of EU and developed countries' practices provides an opportunity to analyze the basic principles of social policy, provision of social benefits, financing, insurance payments, etc. The article characterizes the current situation of IDPs in Ukraine and the prospects for its further development. The author presents an effective mechanism for overcoming the migration crisis and the possibility of using public administration policy to stabilize the socioeconomic space. The results of the study indicate a gradual transformation of the state social protection policy and the need to strengthen the participation of international organizations in this area. This can help improve the quality of social protection and the possibility of developing this policy. The article analyzes the key principles of building a state policy of social protection of IDPs and suggests ways to improve it. The results obtained can be used to overcome the negative socio-economic effect in the country and stabilize the overall situation.
Internally Displaced Persons; Social Policy; Social Protection; the Migration Crisis, Social Effect; Consequences of War.
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Myroslava Chesakova, Karina Bortun, Viktoriia Lohvynenko, Valerii Molotai and Nataliia Tymoshyk. Enhancing Social Protection Policy for Internally Displaced Persons in the Context of War. [ref]: vol.21.2023. available at: https://refpress.org/ref-vol21-a105/
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