Aspects of social inclusion regarding beneficiaries of international protection residing in Romania


The theme addresses one of the pressing problems of Europe in recent years, but also of Romania in particular, the “refugee crisis”, which generated a new approach to immigration policies both at the level of the European Union and of each state. Due to its geographic location, Romania has always been at the confluence of the major migration routes, but in the second half of 2011, Romania faces an influx of third-country nationals from Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia and Syria who have immigrated illegally to Romania. The increase in the flow of illegal immigration has had its effects both on the migration and asylum system in Romania. As a transit country for immigrants, but also in the desire to align with European norms, Romania supports the international community, which, for humanitarian reasons, has begun to pay attention to the problem of people who do not have or did not have the protection of the states of origin by naming them refugees. As a new theme, which has not been addressed before, the present paper aims to present both the theoretical and the applicative part an overview of the beneficiaries of a form of international protection in the Dobrogea area by identifying and exposing the problems faced by beneficiaries of some form of international protection as it emerges from the research, as well as the measures applied by the institutions in charge of social integration according to the legal provisions in force

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