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[Presentation] Welfare State or Welfare Society? The Reality of Denmark’s Social Welfare System (12.9.2015) « Philanthropy Fellows Publications « International Publications « Downloads
Date postedFebruary 4, 2016
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Erik Petrovski.
Presented on 9 December 2015 by Johns Hopkins International Fellow in Philanthropy (2015), Erik Petrovski, this seminar examined how Denmark’s universal welfare state has made use of nonprofit and third sector institutions to satisfy the need for diversified social services. In addition, it explored the ways that third sector cooperatives have been used by government to revitalize challenged city neighborhoods.


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