22910225 - WELFARE, SOCIAL RIGHTS AND TERRITORY

The course aims to provide the students with knowledge and skills that will enable them to know how to frame the organization of public authorities (even in their territorial dimension), the Italian Welfare State system and the constitutional framework of social rights. Furthermore, the teaching purpose is to offer students a reflection on the nowadays condition of people with disabilities, particularly with regard to the detailed study of the disabled people’s constitutional rights and how to effectively protect them. This purpose will be achieved also through the activation of a special Information Desk for students with disabilities, in which the students will be actively involved.
By the study of “Welfare, Social Rights and Territory” the student will be able to achieve the following training objectives.
Knowledge and understanding:
- know how public authorities are organized, including in their territorial dimension;
- know models, tools and strategies to realize a Welfare State system;
- know the social rights provided for in the Constitution, with particular regard to the rights of disabled people and to the institutional apparatus engaged in guaranteeing their effectiveness;
- develop a reflective and project-based attitude towards the current the current implementation of social rights and the rights of disabled people.
Applying knowledge and understanding:
- plan and organize activities aimed at the effective implementation of social interventions;
- apply technical, communicative and relational skills for the realization of activities on the territory, such as the Information Desk for students with disabilities.
Making judgements:
- develop the capacity to understand and evaluate the organization and activities of the institutional apparatus in particular those which guarantee social rights;
- develop a critical and reflexive capacity regarding their own methods of intervention, taking into account the users with whom they deal.
Communication skills:
- acquire the use of a technical-legal language;
- acquire the ability to communicate in public and with the public in a clear and precise manner;
- develop coordination skills with the actors with whom it works;
Learning skills:
- develop the ability to observe the contexts in which it operates and to grasp critical profiles of them;
- develop the ability to learn from confrontation both with experts and with interlocutor users.
How to link with other teachings
The teaching of "Welfare, Social Rights and Territory" is connected in particular with the following subjects of the three-year degree courses, "Institutions of public law", "Constitutional law", "Law of public administrations and territorial policies", "Social rights and ethical dimension in the aid relationship", "Health law"; as well as with the teaching of "Legal institutions and socio-educational services" of the master degree courses.

COLAPIETRO CARLO

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Programma

The form of government in Italy - The bodies of political direction: the Parliament and the Government - The guarantee bodies: the President of the Republic, the Constitutional Court and the Judiciary - Territorial autonomies and their role in guaranteeing rights - Public Administration and Administrative activity - The historical evolution of the Welfare State: from birth, to maximum development, to the crisis - The model of the Social state accepted in the Italian legal system - The growing enhancement of local governments and the private social sector in welfare policies in Italy - Social rights in the Italian Constitution: conditional and unconditional social rights - The effectiveness of social rights as proof of the economic-financial crisis - The constitutional classification of social rights under the thematic profile: the rights inherent in the world of work; the right to health; the right to study - The social security system outlined by art. 38 Cost.: the distinction between assistance and social security - The evolution of the social services system in Italy: the principles, socio-health integration, the financing system and the programming and planning - The protection of personal data in the action of social services - Rights of the disabled persons and the Constitution - The protection of the rights of persons with disabilities in the logic of a multilevel protection: the right to assistance with the related economic provisions; the "new right" to socialization and effective participation in social life (especially through school and work).

For the students of the Degree courses of the Department of Law who have to take the 7 CFU exam, the programme is reduced as follows:
The historical evolution of the Welfare State: from birth, to maximum development, to the crisis - The model of the Social state accepted in the Italian legal system - The growing enhancement of local governments and the private social sector in welfare policies in Italy - Social rights in the Italian Constitution: conditional and unconditional social rights - The effectiveness of social rights as proof of the economic-financial crisis - The constitutional classification of social rights under the thematic profile: the rights inherent in the world of work; the right to health; the right to study - The social security system outlined by art. 38 Cost.: the distinction between assistance and social security - The evolution of the social services system in Italy: the principles, socio-health integration, the financing system and the programming and planning - The protection of personal data in the action of social services - Rights of the disabled persons and the Constitution - The protection of the rights of persons with disabilities in the logic of a multilevel protection: the right to assistance with the related economic provisions; the "new right" to socialization and effective participation in social life (especially through school and work).


Testi Adottati

Without prejudice to the fact that the students must have already acquired the institutional knowledge of public law (through the study of any Manual, such as e.g. "R. BIN - D. DONATI - G. PITRUZZELLA, Lineamenti di diritto pubblico per i servizi sociali, Giappichelli, Torino", limited to the first ten chapters), the texts adopted are as follows:

General part
- E. CODINI, A. FOSSATI, S. A. FREGO LUPPI, Manuale di diritto dei servizi sociali, Giappichelli, Torino, 2019 (in the process of being published).

Special part
- C. COLAPIETRO, Diritti dei disabili e Costituzione, Editoriale Scientifica, Napoli, 2019 (in the process of being published).

The students of the Degree courses of the Department of Law who have to take the 7 CFU exam, for the preparation for the exam cant limit themselves to study the two texts indicated above for the general part and for the special part.


Modalità Erogazione

The frontal lessons will be dedicated to the general part of the programme (basic notions of public law, as well as Welfare State and social law) and will be held during the first semester. The special part of the programme, relating to the rights of people with disabilities, will be the subject of seminars organised during the second semester.

Modalità Valutazione

The exam consists of an intermediate written test at the end of the first semester and of an final oral test at the end of the second semester. The intermediate written test consists of closed-ended questions, aimed at verifying the basic notions of public law, and open-ended questions, aimed at verifying the knowledge of Welfare State and social rights. The final oral test aims to verify the degree of knowledge of the rights of people with disabilities within a system of multilevel guarantees. For the students of the Degree courses of the Department of Law who have to take the 7 CFU exam, the exam consists of a final oral exam at the end of the frontal lessons of the first semester, which will cover the entire reduced programme indicated above.

COLAPIETRO CARLO

teacher profile | materiale didattico

Programma

The form of government in Italy - The bodies of political direction: the Parliament and the Government - The guarantee bodies: the President of the Republic, the Constitutional Court and the Judiciary - Territorial autonomies and their role in guaranteeing rights - Public Administration and Administrative activity - The historical evolution of the Welfare State: from birth, to maximum development, to the crisis - The model of the Social state accepted in the Italian legal system - The growing enhancement of local governments and the private social sector in welfare policies in Italy - Social rights in the Italian Constitution: conditional and unconditional social rights - The effectiveness of social rights as proof of the economic-financial crisis - The constitutional classification of social rights under the thematic profile: the rights inherent in the world of work; the right to health; the right to study - The social security system outlined by art. 38 Cost.: the distinction between assistance and social security - The evolution of the social services system in Italy: the principles, socio-health integration, the financing system and the programming and planning - The protection of personal data in the action of social services - Rights of the disabled persons and the Constitution - The protection of the rights of persons with disabilities in the logic of a multilevel protection: the right to assistance with the related economic provisions; the "new right" to socialization and effective participation in social life (especially through school and work).

For the students of the Degree courses of the Department of Law who have to take the 7 CFU exam, the programme is reduced as follows:
The historical evolution of the Welfare State: from birth, to maximum development, to the crisis - The model of the Social state accepted in the Italian legal system - The growing enhancement of local governments and the private social sector in welfare policies in Italy - Social rights in the Italian Constitution: conditional and unconditional social rights - The effectiveness of social rights as proof of the economic-financial crisis - The constitutional classification of social rights under the thematic profile: the rights inherent in the world of work; the right to health; the right to study - The social security system outlined by art. 38 Cost.: the distinction between assistance and social security - The evolution of the social services system in Italy: the principles, socio-health integration, the financing system and the programming and planning - The protection of personal data in the action of social services - Rights of the disabled persons and the Constitution - The protection of the rights of persons with disabilities in the logic of a multilevel protection: the right to assistance with the related economic provisions; the "new right" to socialization and effective participation in social life (especially through school and work).


Testi Adottati

Without prejudice to the fact that the students must have already acquired the institutional knowledge of public law (through the study of any Manual, such as e.g. "R. BIN - D. DONATI - G. PITRUZZELLA, Lineamenti di diritto pubblico per i servizi sociali, Giappichelli, Torino", limited to the first ten chapters), the texts adopted are as follows:

General part
- E. CODINI, A. FOSSATI, S. A. FREGO LUPPI, Manuale di diritto dei servizi sociali, Giappichelli, Torino, 2019 (in the process of being published).

Special part
- C. COLAPIETRO, Diritti dei disabili e Costituzione, Editoriale Scientifica, Napoli, 2019 (in the process of being published).

The students of the Degree courses of the Department of Law who have to take the 7 CFU exam, for the preparation for the exam cant limit themselves to study the two texts indicated above for the general part and for the special part.


Modalità Erogazione

The frontal lessons will be dedicated to the general part of the programme (basic notions of public law, as well as Welfare State and social law) and will be held during the first semester. The special part of the programme, relating to the rights of people with disabilities, will be the subject of seminars organised during the second semester.

Modalità Valutazione

The exam consists of an intermediate written test at the end of the first semester and of an final oral test at the end of the second semester. The intermediate written test consists of closed-ended questions, aimed at verifying the basic notions of public law, and open-ended questions, aimed at verifying the knowledge of Welfare State and social rights. The final oral test aims to verify the degree of knowledge of the rights of people with disabilities within a system of multilevel guarantees. For the students of the Degree courses of the Department of Law who have to take the 7 CFU exam, the exam consists of a final oral exam at the end of the frontal lessons of the first semester, which will cover the entire reduced programme indicated above.