I. V. Savchenko,
PhD in Political Science, Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Practice of Management, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia
O. V. Gribkova
PhD in Psychology, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Practice of Management, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia
Purpose of the article. In this article, based on the analysis of sociological survey data, the main problems arising in the implementation of social partnership between government bodies and citizens are studied.
Materials and methods. The study sample consisted of 195 residents of the city of Moscow at the age of 18-30, mainly with higher education. Particular attention is paid to the study of the readiness of citizens to participate in social partnership projects and the difficulties they have to face.
Result. It is noted that citizens see in social partnership a mechanism for solving existing social problems, improving the economic situation and increasing the efficiency of interaction between the government and society. At the same time, citizens believe that the possibilities of social partnership are not fully used. The reasons are the imperfection of legal and organizational mechanisms of social partnership, as well as the underdevelopment of civil society institutions.
Conclusion. The conclusion is made about the need to improve the regulatory framework of social partnership, as well as the development of information interaction between government bodies, citizens and their associations.
social partnership, government bodies, interaction, civil society, non-profit organizations.