The Interaction of German Public Institutions with Municipal, Territorial and Federal Institutions of Power and Business Entities in the Integration Process of Immigrant Youth

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Abstract

Germany is a social state, which successfully copes with the challenges of modern times: the crisis, immigration and unemployment. The mechanisms of the social policies implementation by the German government are of great interest to us. The non-governmental organizations are one of the elements in these policies, whose activities are aimed at solving social problems of various groups of population. The experience of the AVP Union project activities, generalized in this article by its director, S. Aruin, is a vivid example of social interagency cooperation. The activities of the organization is based on project management technologies. Social initiatives of AVP are an answer to the social demands of the society and are aimed at solving the problems of unemployed youth, adolescents and young people, who are in conflict with the law, the development of social skills among school children, the social and psychological assistance to families in difficult life situations, and many other target groups of Russian-speaking migrants.

General Information

Keywords: socio-territorial research, rehabilitation, social initiative, professional orientation, motivational training, psycho-educational support, specialized consulting, project management.

Journal rubric: Foreign Studies in Legal Psychology

Article type: scientific article

For citation: Aruin S.E. The Interaction of German Public Institutions with Municipal, Territorial and Federal Institutions of Power and Business Entities in the Integration Process of Immigrant Youth [Elektronnyi resurs]. Psikhologiya i pravo = Psychology and Law, 2011. Vol. 1, no. 3 (In Russ., аbstr. in Engl.)

Information About the Authors

Sergey E. Aruin, Head of the Union “Decision-Trust-Perspective” (”Der Verein Akzeptanz Vertrauen Perspektive e.V.” – Dusseldorf, Germany), Research Associate, Research Laboratory of Juvenile Technologies, Department of Legal Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, e-mail: aruin@integrationavp.de

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