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Right-to-Food: Strengthening the Legal and Political Concepts Through Soft Governance

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A Study of Food Enterprises’ Awareness and Behaviors for Social Responsibility

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Civic Engagement Index (CEI) - the case of liberal arts universities from Romania

opportunities of capitalizing the rural tourist potential in the context of durable development’, European Journal of Sustainable Development 6, 231-252. Stewart, T. (2012), Honours service-learning and civic responsibility, The International Journal, of the First Year in Higher Education,3(1), 49 - 60. Sullivan, W. M. (1996). The public intellectual as transgressor. Higher Education Exchange, 1, 17-22. The Higher Education and Democratic Culture: Citizenship, Human Rights and Civic Responsibility Declaration, Strasbourg, 2006

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