It appears that – beyond some specific contributions (such as the one from community psychology, e.g. from Julian Rappaport (1984)) – people start talking more and more on empowerment issues facing the (funding) crisis of public welfare. Since the public sector is not able to ensure all the necessary facilities appropriately, therefore citizens should be empowered so as to exploit their resources and enable them to make their own contribution.
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Cultural Factors: Social exclusion
Types of Actors Concerned: All types of actors, Local authorities, Entrepreneurs, Active citizens, Media, Government, National research bodies, Red Cross, NGOs, Military, Law enforcement agencies, European Civil Protection Mechanism, National civil protection body, UN and other international organisations, Healthcare and emergency services, Non-active citizens