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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Romania

7,40

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5,40

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$18 569

Details: PPP constant 2011 international $

1 600

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yes

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5,50%

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wages

Details: the pension point value is indexed with 100% of inflation rate and 50% of growth of average earnings

no

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EUR 62

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0,07

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subjective right

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included in social assistance

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yes

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yes

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0

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no

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no

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yes

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19,70%

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5,30%

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social insurance

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in-kind

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0

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yes

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no

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N/A (no charges)

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social insurance

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in-kind

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0

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yes

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yes

Details: list of co-pays in contract and implementation rules; maximum is 1/12 of net income

yes

Details: • All children up to 18 years old; • youngsters aged between 18 and 26 who are high-school students, high-school graduates for up to three months after graduation, students or apprentices, provided they do not have income from work; • youngsters up to 26 years old covered by the children’s protection system and who do not have income from work or are not Social Aid (ajutor social) beneficiaries; • the husband, wife and parents without any income who are supported by an insured person and who are co-insured; • pensioners whose income does not exceed RON 740 (€168) per month; • beneficiaries of special rights under the Decree-law No.118/1990 regarding the granting of rights to persons persecuted for political reasons by the dictatorship established with effect from 6 March 1945, and those deported abroad or prisoners, as amended; • disabled persons who do not have any income from work, pension or from other sources with the exception of those incomes obtained on the basis of Emergency Ordinance No. 102/1999 on the special protection at employment of the disabled persons, as amended; • sick persons covered by the national programmes of the Ministry of Health, for the medical services related to their main disease, provided they are deprived of income of any source; • pregnant women and women who have just given birth; • women who are without any income or whose income is below the minimum gross wage.

social insurance

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yes

Details: 100% coverage for children aged under 18 and 60-100% for adults, depending on the medical dental service provided. 100% coverage for the special laws beneficiaries

yes

Details: 100% coverage for special law benefitciaries

yes

Details: The National Health Insurance House (Casa Nationala de Asigurari de Sanatate) pays: • List A: 90% of the reference price costs. • List B: 50% of the reference price costs. • List C: • C1: 100% of the reference price costs; • C2: 100% of the reimbursement price (HIV/AIDS, oncology) • C3: 100% of the reference price costs for children, pregnant women, women who have just given birth and other special categories of citizens such as warsurvivors, political prisoners or those who are totally or partially incapable of work.Decentralisation and autonomy in the administration of the Unique National Health Care Insurance Fund.

social insurance

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in-kind

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0

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yes

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no

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N/A (no charges)

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social insurance

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in-kind

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0

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yes

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yes

Details: list of co-pays in contract and implementation rules; maximum is 1/12 of net income

yes

Details: • All children up to 18 years old; • youngsters aged between 18 and 26 who are high-school students, high-school graduates for up to three months after graduation, students or apprentices, provided they do not have income from work; • youngsters up to 26 years old covered by the children’s protection system and who do not have income from work or are not Social Aid (ajutor social) beneficiaries; • the husband, wife and parents without any income who are supported by an insured person and who are co-insured; • pensioners whose income does not exceed RON 740 (€168) per month; • beneficiaries of special rights under the Decree-law No.118/1990 regarding the granting of rights to persons persecuted for political reasons by the dictatorship established with effect from 6 March 1945, and those deported abroad or prisoners, as amended; • disabled persons who do not have any income from work, pension or from other sources with the exception of those incomes obtained on the basis of Emergency Ordinance No. 102/1999 on the special protection at employment of the disabled persons, as amended; • sick persons covered by the national programmes of the Ministry of Health, for the medical services related to their main disease, provided they are deprived of income of any source; • pregnant women and women who have just given birth; • women who are without any income or whose income is below the minimum gross wage.

yes

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yes

Details: based on the cost and the list price

no

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yes

Details: not covered

yes

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yes

Details: based on list

no

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yes

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no

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