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Comparative studies in the field of social security: the experience gained

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Comparative studies of social work and welfare systems in different countries provides an outlook on national and international models of social work, and social risks that people face regardless and political and economic system they live in. Special focus is put on the administrative models of social support in different countries. The analysis of the experience of social work gained in the developer countries will contribute to the development and implementation of effective models of social support in Ukraine.

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