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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Slovenia

9,10

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6,70

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$28 059

Details: PPP constant 2011 international $

18

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yes

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5,96%

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mixed

Details: once a year according to changes in the national average gross monthly wage and the average change in consumer prices.

yes

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EUR 245

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0,17

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0

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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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0

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no

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no

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yes

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12,10%

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9,20%

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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: Up to 30% of costs in case of hospitalisation as a continuation of hospital treatment

yes

Details: 0

social insurance

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in-kind

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0

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yes

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yes

Details: between 10% and 90%. Voluntary supplementary insurance for co-payments is available

yes

Details: No patient contribution for: • Preventive examinations, treatment and rehabilitation of children; • treatment of war invalids and civilian invalids of war; • urgent treatment of seriously physically or mentally disabled persons, persons over 75 years of age, recipients of social assistance etc; • health care of women, including family planning advice, contraception, pregnancy and childbirth; • prevention, detection and treatment of communicable diseases (including AIDS); • treatment and rehabilitation of occupational diseases and accidents at work and some other diseases (malignant illnesses, epilepsy, cerebral paralysis, multiple sclerosis); • emergency medical treatment (including emergency transportation); • nursing care visits, home treatment and nursing in social care institutes.

social insurance

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in-kind

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yes

Details: 20% payment for non children

no

Details: supplemental insurance available

yes

Details: Pharmaceuticals are listed into three lists contained in a positive, an interim: • positive list: 70% reimbursement and 100 % reimbursement for children and some other categories (see Table II, ""Patient's participation""); • intermediate list: 10% reimbursement

social insurance

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in-kind

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0

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no

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no

Details:

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: 10-90%

yes

Details: No patient contribution for: • Preventive examinations, treatment and rehabilitation of children; • treatment of war invalids and civilian invalids of war; • urgent treatment of seriously physically or mentally disabled persons, persons over 75 years of age, recipients of social assistance etc; • health care of women, including family planning advice, contraception, pregnancy and childbirth; • prevention, detection and treatment of communicable diseases (including AIDS); • treatment and rehabilitation of occupational diseases and accidents at work and some other diseases (malignant illnesses, epilepsy, cerebral paralysis, multiple sclerosis); • emergency medical treatment (including emergency transportation); • nursing care visits, home treatment and nursing in social care institutes.

yes

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yes

Details: 30% if not work related

yes

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yes

Details: 30% if not work related

yes

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yes

Details: 90% of cost

yes

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5,00%

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1,00%

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