Database on National Social Welfare Policies for Survivors and Victims of Nazi Persecution

The Database on National Social Welfare Policies for Survivors and Victims of Nazi Persecution was supported in its creation by the European Shoah Legacy Institute and presented at the International Conference on Welfare for Holocaust Survivors and Other Victims of Nazi Persecution on May 26-27, 2015 in Prague, Czech Republic.
As stated in the Project Report, the purpose of the database is to provide governments, advocacy groups and international institutions important information about the progress of Terezin Declaration countries in achieving their commitments to ensure that the social welfare needs of Holocaust survivors and other victims of Nazi persecution are met, and that these individuals are able to live the remainder of their lives with dignity.
This database serve to provide information for academics, policymakers and other interested individuals.For further information and queries about any information listed here, please contact us.

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France

10,20

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7,40

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$37 218

Details: PPP constant 2011 international $

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yes

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7,10%

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prices

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yes

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EUR 762

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0,28

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subjective right

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yes

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included in social assistance

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0

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no

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no

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no

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7,40%

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11,70%

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social insurance

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reimbursement

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0

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no

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yes

Details: General scheme for employees (Régime général d'assurance maladie des travailleurs salariés, RGAMTS): 20% of costs. Hospitalisation fee (forfait hospitalier): €18 (€13.50 in a psychiatric unit) per day, including the day of discharge. Flat-rate co-payment of €18 for serious medical intervention (of a minimum rate of €120).

yes

Details: Suppression of participation from 31st day of hospitalisation and for certain severe surgery treatments. Holders of an invalidity pension (pension d'invalidité) or a work injury pension (rente accident du travail) at a rate > 66.66% are covered 100% together with their • family members. • Persons with resources under a certain ceiling. • Persons suffering from certain diseases (only for those diseases).In case of a 100% financing, the person concerned must pay the daily lump-sum and the flat-rate co-payment (subject to exceptions).

social insurance

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reimbursement

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0

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yes

Details: Share borne by insured person: • 30% for ambulatory treatment (GP or specialists, in consulting room or in hospital), • 20% for hospital treatment, • flat-rate co-payment of €1 per medical intervention within a limit of €50 per person and per year, • flat-rate co-payment of €18 for serious medical intervention (of a minimum rate of €120).

yes

Details: Costs completely covered at 100% of the responsibility rate, in particular: • Beneficiaries of an invalidity pension (pension d'invalidité), • beneficiaries of a work injury pension (rente accident du travail) at a rate > 66.66% together with their family members, • persons suffering from certain diseases, for those diseases only, • persons with resources under a certain ceiling. • Exemption from the €1 flat-rate co-payment for: • Children under 18 years of age, • persons with resources below a certain limit.

social insurance

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reimbursement

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yes

Details: generally 30%

yes

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yes

Details: Average empirical reimbursement rate is 73%. For certain specialities the reimbursement is made on the basis of a lump-sum calculated from the generic medicine price. Co-payment for the insured: between 0% and 85% depending on the recognition of the medical service provided plus flat-rate co-payment of € 0.50 per package of medicine within a limit of € 50 per year and per person.

yes

Details: Pensioners pay no co-pay up to tariff (according to HiT Online 3/8/2015 ection 6.2) and state pays VHI for poor.

social insurance

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reimbursement

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0

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no

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yes

Details: General scheme for employees (Régime général d'assurance maladie des travailleurs salariés, RGAMTS): 20% of costs. Hospitalisation fee (forfait hospitalier): €18 (€13.50 in a psychiatric unit) per day, including the day of discharge. Flat-rate co-payment of €18 for serious medical intervention (of a minimum rate of €120).

yes

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private voluntary

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0

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no

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yes

Details: Tariffs fixed freely by providers; often covered under supplementary plans

yes

Details: though state pays for elderly up to the tariff; state pays VHI for poor.

yes

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yes

Details: Reimbursement at 60% of set fees, which may vary according to age and disability. For major fittings, reimbursement at 100% of set fees after prior approval of the sickness fund.

yes

Details: set fees vary by age and disability

yes

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yes

Details: Reimbursement at 60% of set fees, which may vary according to age and disability. For major fittings, reimbursement at 100% of set fees after prior approval of the sickness fund.

yes

Details: set fees vary by age and disability

yes

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yes

Details: Reimbursement at 60% of set fees, which may vary according to age and disability. For major fittings, reimbursement at 100% of set fees after prior approval of the sickness fund.

yes

Details: set fees vary by age and disability

yes

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yes

Details: 30% of list prices

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5,00%

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5,00%

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