Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Tirana: "Assessment of the Standards of Social Care for Victims of Trafficking in Albania"
Approaches to public policy evaluation in the study consist of one or more criteria: -Justice, which verifies that the objectives of an intervention sufficiently cover all dimensions of socio-economic problem that it regulates. -Efficiency, which verify that the expected effects of an intervention are achieved thanks to the actions performed.-Usefulness, which verifies the justification of a challenge against not only the expected, but also against other side effects produced, especially the possible negative effects.-Internal coherence, which verifies that different strategic objectives and operational program are in a logical relation between them, that they are complementary and not inflated.-External coherence, which verify that the objectives of an intervention or contribute correspond to those of other policies of the institution or other institutions operating on the territory and there are, on the contrary, contradictory or antagonistic. -Stability, which verify that the results achieved are not fragile or achievements that "break" quickly but have consistency in time to be considered as real achievements. -Qualifying, It examines whether the action taken has increased the capacity and competence of operators who have participated. This paper aims to assess and identify the most critical issues dealing with social care standards for victims of in Albania, specifically in the National Reception Center for Victims of Trafficking, focusing on the study criteria efficiency and sustainability.
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