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Substitute Family Care in the Context of Social Policy of the Czech Republic

Aneta Hašková, Tomáš Waloszek

Medailon autora:

Mgr. Aneta Hašková is doing a PhD program in Social Work at the University of Ostrava. In her thesis she focuses on substitute family care provided by relatives. Besides her studies, she also leads a non-profit organization which offers basic social counselling and interpreting services to deaf and hearing impaired people.

Mgr. et Mgr. Tomáš Waloszek is involved in a PhD program in Social Work at the University of Ostrava. He graduated both in “Public Policy and Human Resources” specializing in social policy at the Masaryk University in Brno, and in “Management of Organizations of Social Work Services” at the University of Ostrava. Presently, he is participating in research dealing with finding a balance between work and family life.


This article deals with the issue of substitute family care from the perspectives of social work and social policy. In the first part of the article, basic terms are introduced: substitute family care and social policy or family policy. However, the meaning of both is ambiguous. The second part discusses the National Concept of the Czech Republic regarding social policy and social work with respect to the current state of substitute family care after the amendment of the Act on Social and Legal Protection of Children and the emergence of the new Civil Code. Substitute family care is a social event which requires assistance by society both from the perspective of social work and social policy. For this reason, the article describes how the issue of substitute family care is perceived by Czech social policy and what position substitute family care holds in it.

Klíčová slova:

substitute family care, social work, social policy, children, family

s. 102 - 111

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