Presentation on theme: "What does social policy mean? It means that all citizens are entitled to a social minimum. It is simply a roof over ones head and at least one cooked."— Presentation transcript:
What does social policy mean? It means that all citizens are entitled to a social minimum. It is simply a roof over ones head and at least one cooked meal per day. The aim of a responsible social policy should be based on: the respect for human dignity and freedom of an individual help should be provided for specific purposes such as a bowl of soup, clothes, books, coal etc
Social help is granted in the cases of: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOMELESSNESS DISABILITY POVERTY BECOMING AN ORPHAN UNEMPLOYMENT ADDICTIONS NATURAL DISASTERS
TYPES OF GOVERNMENT AID OBJECTIVE AIDCARE SERVICES LEAVING HOME STARTER ALLOWANCE FINANCIAL HELP
RATE OF UNEMPLOYMENT IN POLAND August 2010 Figures at the end of the month August 2011 1800,2Number of registered unemployed people 1855,3 11,4 %Rate of registered unemployment 11,6 % 233,0Newly unemployed in thousands. 202,2
TYPES OF BENEFITS TEMPORARY BENEFIT STARTER GRANT PERMANENT BENEFIT FOSTERING FAMILIES ALLOWANCE LEAVING HOME STARTER ALLOWANCE OTHER SOCIAL BENEFITS
Who is entitled to benefits? Anybody who is registered as unemployed and cannot find a suitable position. In order to qualify for this benefit, the claimant must be in full time employment for at least 365 days out of the last 18 months before registering in the Job Centre.
Comparsion in benefits for unemployed. Benefits for unemployed in DenmarkBenefits for unemployed in Poland Unemployment Benefit is paid for a period of maximum four years and the amount of received allowance constitutes 90% of the last twelve weeks earnings. If the work experience unemployed person is 5 years or less – 80%. If the work experience is from 5 to 20 years – 100%. People, who worked more than 20 years – 120%.
Comparing employment in both countries Unemployment in DenmarkUnemployment in Poland