The State Policy towards the Homeless in Moldova between the ‘Left Hand’ and the ‘Right Hand’. The Case of Chișinău Shelter

@article{Negur2019TheSP,
  title={The State Policy towards the Homeless in Moldova between the ‘Left Hand’ and the ‘Right Hand’. The Case of Chișinău Shelter},
  author={Petru Negură},
  journal={Comparative Southeast European Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={67},
  pages={175 - 195}
}
  • Petru Negură
  • Published 1 June 2019
  • Sociology
  • Comparative Southeast European Studies
Abstract The Centre for the Homeless in Chișinău embodies on a small scale the recent evolution of state policies towards the homeless in Moldova (a post-Soviet state). This institution applies the binary approach of the state, namely the ‘left hand’ and the ‘right hand’, towards marginalised people. On the one hand, the institution provides accommodation, food, and primary social, legal assistance and medical care. On the other hand, the Shelter personnel impose a series of disciplinary… 

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