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 Social Work of the Hospice Applicants and of Refugees in Romania

  • Smaranda Witec (University of Bucharest, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, 9 Schitu Magureanu Street, Bucharest, district 5, Romania, E-mail:
  • Gina Ilie

The changes that took place in Central Europe at the end 80s opened for the governments of the countries around the region a series of new perspectives and problems in the area of the protection of the refugees. Countries that were thought in the past just as ‘resources’ of refugees that wanted to flee from the communist regime, became shortly countries that received refugees, increasing in this way the group of European States where people needed international protection asking for and getting a home.

Keywords: refugee, citizen, social group, social work