The purpose of this work is to analyze the regulatory framework of the Child Policy in Chile, mainly reviewing the relationship between the State and the collaborating Institutions. We contextualized the development of public action, i.e., the processes of modernization of the State, the privatization of its functions, and the logic of the Outsourcing Policies related to Childhood. Through an analysis of interpretative repertoires, we explain the characterization of three terms: (a) Accredited collaborator, (b) Tender-Subsidy-Agreement and (c) Minor. In this way, it is possible to describe the conditions of the Childhood Policy, focused on New Public Management, where the outsourcing of state action in Childhood Social Policy has been placed as a central element in the functioning of the State in Chile.
|Translated title of the contribution||The permanent conflict between the state and collaborating institutions based on its regulatory framework|
|State||Published - 2019|