LABOR RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AT THE MACRO LEVEL AS SOCIAL SECURITY IN THE CONTEXT OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
JOURNAL OF SECURITY AND SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES
Since different methods for determining poverty and social inequality produce different results, they should be used in a comprehensive manner. Only in this case it becomes possible to obtain a reliable evaluation of poverty in the country and justify the main directions of social policy to overcome it. Poverty profiles differ depending on monetary and non-monetary approaches: high risks of monetary poverty are inherent in children, and non-monetary poverty is higher among older age periods, When using monetary approaches, the highest risks of poverty are typical for large families and for families that simultaneously include children and the unemployed. Households with three or more children have also increased risks. When using non-monetary criteria, the group with the highest risks of poverty is households that consist only of people in the older age periods (60 years and older). Conditions of life of more than a quarter of Ukrainians do not meet even the minimum standards of the European Union for food, consumption of non-food goods and services, proper living conditions, etc. It is proved that the high level of poverty in Ukraine has increased the market for commercial surrogacy. Particular attention is paid to the rules of current Ukrainian legislation governing surrogacy. Based on results of the study of characteristics of surrogacy institution in Ukraine, the authors identified the main mechanisms of legal regulation of surrogacy.
Yunina, M.; Kurylo, T.; Novytska, M.; Nestertsova-Sobakar, O.; Kryzhanovska, O. Labor resource management at the macro level as social security in the context of European integration. Journal of Security and Sustainability. 2020. Issues 9 (M). P. 420-432.