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 Indicatori de reuşită în cazul tinerilor care au părăsit sistemul de protecţie a copilului în România în perioada 1976-2018 [Indicators of Success for Young People who have Left the Child Protection System in Romania Between 1976-2018]

  • Anca Mureşan (Babeş-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, School of Sociology and Social Work, 128-130 21 decembrie 1989 Blvd., 400604 Cluj-Napoca,

The child protection system is still one of the major challenges in the legislative field, case management, specialized practices involved, interdisciplinary approach. One of the aspects that requires a systematic preparation, a child-centered approach and the ability to plan for the medium and long-term goals is the preparation of the young person's transition from the institutional system to the independent life. The post-de-institutionalization period benefits from a monitoring of the young people, which extends over a period of maximum six months, after which the trajectory of these persons is no longer followed by the state institutions. Consequently, the level of socio-professional integration of this category of young people cannot be evaluated. The present research addresses through a qualitative approach the success indicators regarding the socio-professional integration for a group of young people who have left the child protection system. Not all the young people who were part of the sample managed to integrate socio-professionally: some of them are still dependent on the services and social benefits provided by the state. However, the results of the research prove an extraordinary resilience among the young people who spent their childhood and adolescence in residential child protection units in Romania during 1976-2018, despite the long traumas and the extreme abuses that they went through. The article illustrates through numerous examples the power of those who were considered "children of the system" to transform the risk factors they were subjected to, in future success indicators.

Keywords: hild protection, resilience, de-institutionalization, social integration, indicators of success