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IZAZOVI ZAŠTITE DECE U SISTEMU SOCIJALNE ZAŠTITE

SOCIJALNO ISKLJUČIVANJE DRŽAVLJANA TREĆIH ZEMALJA SA EVROPSKIH TRŽIŠTA RADA

Sažetak

Predmet analize u ovom radu je položaj državljana trećih zemalja na evropskim tržištima rada. Cilj je utvrđivanje postojanja i odlika nejednakosti u pristupu, radnom angažmanu i ishodima na tržištu rada za državljane trećih zemalja u evropskim državama, kao i načina kreiranja ovih nejednakosti. Teorijski okvir analize predstavlja koncept socijalnog isključivanja i sa njime povezan koncept ograničenog građanstva kojim se nastoji obrazložiti isključivanje prisilnih migranata iz pristupa tržištu rada. Metodološki pristup se zasniva na analizi sadržaja legislativnih, političkih i statističkih dokumenata. Rezultati analize ukazuju na to da nacionalno formulisane politike pristupa tržištima rada za migrante imaju za ishod višu stopu nezaposlenosti migranata u odnosu u domicilno stanovništvo, nepriznavanje njihovih kvalifikacija i sa time povezano angažovanje u niskokvalifikovanim i slabo plaćenim poslovima za ovu populaciju na tržištu rada.

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