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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Netherlands

9,10

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6,60

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$45 281

Details: PPP constant 2011 international $

9 300

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yes

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18,65%

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wages

Details: more specifically: minimum wages

no

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EUR 1 059

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0,47

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50

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subjective right

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no

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yes

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included in social assistance

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included in social assistance

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5

Details: WBP, WBPZO, WUV, WUBO, WIV

1

Details: TVP

no

Details:

yes

Details:

no

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5,40%

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12,90%

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universal

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in-kind

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1

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yes

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yes

Details: Compulsory deductible: all insured persons aged 18 years or older pay a maximum of €360 per year. Care from a general practitioner, obstetric care, maternity care and dental care for children are exempted from the compulsory deductible. Insured persons can opt for a voluntary deductible of €100, €200, €300, €400 or €500 to top up the compulsory deductible. In return the insured person receives a discount on the nominal health care premium.

no

Details: Chronically ill patients may receive compensation (Compensatie eigen risico, CER) of the yearly compulsory deductible paid.

universal

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in-kind

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1

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yes

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yes

Details: Compulsory deductible: all insured persons aged 18 years or older pay a maximum of €360 per year. Care from a general practitioner, obstetric care, maternity care

no

Details: Chronically ill patients may receive compensation (Compensatie eigen risico, CER) of the yearly compulsory deductible paid.

private voluntary

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yes

Details: Adult dentures and specialist surgical treatments are only covered if it concerns a serious development disorder, growth disorder or an acquired defect of the dental/jaw/mouth system. Other dental treatments are only covered through voluntary supplemental insurance.

no

Details:

yes

Details: The compulsory deductible of €360 also applies to pharmaceuticals included in the basic coverage. Besides this, pharmaceuticals can be supplied and charged to the private health insurance companies up to the average price per standard drug dosage that belongs to a certain classified medical package, with an additional payment to be paid by the insured person.

no

Details:

social insurance

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in-kind

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1

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yes

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yes

Details: Compulsory deductible: all insured persons aged 18 years or older pay a maximum of €360 per year. Care from a general practitioner, obstetric care, maternity care and dental care for children are exempted from the compulsory deductible. Insured persons can opt for a voluntary deductible of €100, €200, €300, €400 or €500 to top up the compulsory deductible. In return the insured person receives a discount on the nominal health care premium.

yes

Details: Chronically ill patients may receive compensation (Compensatie eigen risico, CER) of the yearly compulsory deductible paid.

social insurance

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in-kind

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1

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yes

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yes

Details: Compulsory deductible: all insured persons aged 18 years or older pay a maximum of €360 per year. Care from a general practitioner, obstetric care, maternity care and dental care for children are exempted from the compulsory deductible. Insured persons can opt for a voluntary deductible of €100, €200, €300, €400 or €500 to top up the compulsory deductible. In return the insured person receives a discount on the nominal health care premium.

yes

Details: Chronically ill patients may receive compensation (Compensatie eigen risico, CER) of the yearly compulsory deductible paid.

yes

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no

Details: Subject to prior approval of health insurer. No cost sharing except for: • Orthopaedic shoes: share in cost of €71 per year for those aged up to age 16; and €141 per year for those aged 16 and over; • Hearing appliances: share in cost of 25% of the purchasing price. Costs of replacement, batteries and maintenance are at the insured’s expense.

N/A (no charges)

Details:

no

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yes

Details: not covered

no

Details:

yes

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yes

Details: 0,25

no

Details: supplemental insurance plans may coer the co-pay

yes

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yes

Details: 0,25

no

Details:

yes

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7,00%

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20,00%

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