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In the last decades, the decline of the European welfare state, the crisis of the founding values of the European Union and the exponential advance of the global market macro-economy have led the European Countries to the challenge of re-inventing their public policy, moving beyond the traditional approach of the post-war period. Since the reorganization of the "new world order" to the present day, the Member States signed many international treaties and conventions underlying the importance ofdoi:10.5281/zenodo.4724079 fatcat:jnjsokz6tngzth74hf5qrkbpym