This paper focuses on the role played by solidarity in national social policies and how it is interpreted in political documents. Starting from the national legislation, the research highlights how the culture of solidarity spreads and how it transposes at operative local level. Particular attention will be reserved to the inclusion policies activated by the Regional Councilor for Solidarity aiming at the maximization of the quality of life and the inclusion of weak. The main goal is to estimate the effects of such policies on the population’s well–being.
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