Unplugged

Faces of Social Exclusion in Croatia

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Croatia
Croatia

The 2006 UNDP Human Development Report for Croatia entitled: Unplugged: Faces of Social Exclusion in Croatia, presented today in Zagreb, offers the first ever comprehensive analysis of social exclusion issues in Croatia and examines the ways in which individuals and groups of people may find themselves socially marginalized due to limited access to social services, employment, education, housing, and human rights. This Report represents the first ever, comprehensive analysis of social exclusion issues in the Republic of Croatia. It is based on the first ever Quality of Life research in the country conducted by the UN and based on standard European Quality of Life methodology. We asked almost 9,000 Croatian citizens from all over the country questions about their perception of the quality of life. This Report represents the first ever, comprehensive analysis of social exclusion issues in the Republic of Croatia. It is based on the first ever Quality of Life research in the country conducted by the UN and based on standard European Quality of Life methodology. We asked almost 9,000 Croatian citizens from all over the country questions about their perception of the quality of life.

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Social Cohesion, Exclusion and Inclusion