The Journal of Community Positive Practices (JCPP) was founded in 2001 as a result of a project regarding the development of services within the community funded by the World Bank. JCPP offers a high level scientific environment for the debate of contemporary social issues and publishing of original scientific papers on social concepts and research. With four issues a year, the journal addresses researches, professors and students in social sciences, practitioners, decision makers and the general public worldwide.
Fields of interest
- Basic and applied social research, development and innovation based on the use of quantitative methodology, qualitative or hybrid;
- Presentation of the professional activities that are specific to local and international beneficiaries, NGOs, private companies, structures of local and central public administration;
- Highlighting the expertise and the experts in the production of social knowledge;
- Lay out of internal actions and projects the purposes of which are to increase the capacity of intervention, professional development, generating of know-how and issue of supporting materials to increase efficiency and maximize the impact of the activities.