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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Serbia

7,00

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5,20

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$12 717

Details: PPP constant 2011 international $

430

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no

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0,00%

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mixed

Details: Pension are indexed every six months (April and October) on the basis the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and the real growth of GDP

no

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EUR 131

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subjective right

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included in social assistance

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no

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yes

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37,90%

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10,60%

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social insurance

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in-kind

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yes

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yes

Details: Hospital treatment and Rehabilitation and specialised treatment: 50 RSD per care day.

yes

Details: The following are exempted from ‘patient’s participation’: • persons older than 65 years, children under 15 years of age (children in education and students up to 26 years); • women during pregnancy and 12 months after giving birth; • unemployed persons and other people with income under a specified level and their family members; • war veterans (disabled), • organ, tissue or blood donors, • blind and permanently disabled persons; • persons treated for AIDS, certain infectious, cancerous and other diseases regulated by correspondingg resolutions; • mentally and physically disabled persons; • beneficiaries of material assistance, based on social security criteria and their family members, • monks and nuns, and • Roma who are without permanent or temporary residence in Serbia due to their traditional way of life and their family members;

social insurance

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in-kind

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yes

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yes

Details: Amount of participation depends on type of service, basic services and intervals of participation level: • doctors examination and laboratory analysis: 50 RSD • scanner examination: 300 RSD • magnetic resonance: 600 RSD • services provided and drugs obtained abroad: a) if the person is sent by RFZO to receive medical service • abroad, RFZO covers all costs. b) seconded workers pay 5% of cost.

yes

Details: The following are exempted from ‘patient’s participation’: • persons older than 65 years, children under 15 years of age (children in education and students up to 26 years); • women during pregnancy and 12 months after giving birth; • unemployed persons and other people with income under a specified level and their family members; • war veterans (disabled), • organ, tissue or blood donors, • blind and permanently disabled persons; • persons treated for AIDS, certain infectious, cancerous and other diseases regulated by correspondingg resolutions; • mentally and physically disabled persons; • beneficiaries of material assistance, based on social security criteria and their family members, • monks and nuns, and • Roma who are without permanent or temporary residence in Serbia due to their traditional way of life and their family members;

private voluntary

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yes

Details: ony covered for children, women, disabled, and emergenies

no

Details:

yes

Details: naitonal list w/ participation level for each drug

yes

Details: reduced copay unspecified target group

social insurance

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in-kind

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0

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yes

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yes

Details: Hospital treatment and Rehabilitation and specialised treatment: 50 RSD per care day.

yes

Details: The following are exempted from ‘patient’s participation’: • persons older than 65 years, children under 15 years of age (children in education and students up to 26 years); • women during pregnancy and 12 months after giving birth; • unemployed persons and other people with income under a specified level and their family members; • war veterans (disabled), • organ, tissue or blood donors, • blind and permanently disabled persons; • persons treated for AIDS, certain infectious, cancerous and other diseases regulated by correspondingg resolutions; • mentally and physically disabled persons; • beneficiaries of material assistance, based on social security criteria and their family members, • monks and nuns, and • Roma who are without permanent or temporary residence in Serbia due to their traditional way of life and their family members;

social insurance

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in-kind

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0

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yes

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yes

Details:

yes

Details: The following are exempted from ‘patient’s participation’: • persons older than 65 years, children under 15 years of age (children in education and students up to 26 years); • women during pregnancy and 12 months after giving birth; • unemployed persons and other people with income under a specified level and their family members; • war veterans (disabled), • organ, tissue or blood donors, • blind and permanently disabled persons; • persons treated for AIDS, certain infectious, cancerous and other diseases regulated by correspondingg resolutions; • mentally and physically disabled persons; • beneficiaries of material assistance, based on social security criteria and their family members, • monks and nuns, and • Roma who are without permanent or temporary residence in Serbia due to their traditional way of life and their family members;

yes

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yes

Details: 10-35%

yes

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yes

Details: 10-35%

yes

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yes

Details: 10-35%

no

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yes

Details: only certain groups covered

yes

Details: free for over 65

yes

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1,00%

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1,00%

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