Презентация "Is the System of Social Welfare Fair?" 11 класс


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The system of Social Welfare in Russia and USA

  • Is the System of Social Welfare Fair?

  • Social benefits
  • Who?
  • What?

  • Сategories of citizens receiving benefits
  • the
  • sick
  • the
  • elderly
  • the
  • unemployed
  • the
  • widowed
  • the
  • poor
  • the retired
  • the young up to 18 or the child continues education
  • the
  • disabled

  • Social benefits in the USA
  • State
  • pension
  • Widow’s
  • pension
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Child
  • benefit
  • Social Security
  • Unemployment
  • benefit
  • Family credit
  • Invalidity
  • pension
  • Maternity
  • pay
  • for people over 65
  • the disabled
  • the poor
  • Single parents
  • The long term
  • unemployed
  • Pensioners whose
  • pension is too low
  • Mobility
  • allowa-
  • nce

  • Social benefits in Russia
  • State pension
  • Widow’s pension
  • Maternity pay
  • National Health Service
  • Child benefit
  • Social Security
  • Unemployment
  • benefit
  • Family credit
  • Invalidity
  • pension
  • National Insurance
  • Mobility allowance
  • Single
  • parents
  • The long-term
  • unemployed
  • Pensioners whose
  • pension is too low
  • the sick
  • The retired
  • the unemployed

  • In spite of being poor, you can get good medical care
  • Although Russia has public health care system, it has a private sector, too.
  • The shortage of money of the public health services
  • Lack up-to-date technology (of equipment)
  • People have to wait to be operated on for years.
  • The USA doesn’t provide health care for all.
  • Medical care is not free.
  • The USA has no public health service.
  • Most people have private health insurance.
  • Most new medical techniques and technologies become available in America before anywhere else.
  • Many hospitals provide some free or low-cost care for those who cannot pay.
  • There are people who receive medical care through social programmers
  • Self-employed private physicians receive a fee for each patient’s visit, but some medical doctors are on a salary
  • GPs examine their patients well.
  • Health Care Services
  • Russia
  • USA

  • HOW DO ELDERLY PEOPLE
  • LIVE?

  • The elderly
  • Bad points:
  • Elderly people become ill and disabled.
  • Elderly people have financial problems.
  • Elderly people lose friends and spouses.
  • Elderly people become incapable of living independently? Need regular care and nursing.
  • Good points:
  • The elderly don’t have to go to work.
  • The elderly have adult children, who are not a burden any more.
  • The elderly have a lot of time to meet with friends, read, travel, go in for sports, work in their garden.
  • The elderly get wiser, have more experience and the ability to help with advice.

  • THE PRIVILEGES OF WORLD WAR 2 INVALIDS IN: RUSSIA GERMANY
  • Retirement pension+invalidity pension
  • 50% reduced payment for housing, public utilities
  • Free medical care, wheelchairs, cars and petrol at a discount; free accommodation in a health resort
  • No special privileges. Ordinary invalidity pensions
  • No privileges of this kind
  • Medical service at a reduced price; mobility allowance; tourist’ pass at a reduced price; there are no health resorts in Germany

  • Free return passage by sea, by air or by railroad once a year
  • Housing, telephone without going on a waiting list
  • Free of charge assistance about the house for a certain group of people with disabilities (invalids)
  • Air, railroad and other kinds of tickets at a reduced price
  • No privileges of this kind
  • Free of charge nursing and assistance in entertainment organizations only for people with disabilities living below poverty level

  • UNEMPLOYMENT
  • WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
  • WHAT DO THE UNEMPLOYED FEEL?
  • WHAT BENEFITS ARE THEY
  • ENTITLED TO?

  • UNEMPLOYMENT
  • To get a
  • redundancy notice
  • feel indignity
  • To stand in a queue
  • To get UB 40s
  • To be on
  • short
  • time
  • To get a gyro
  • to be on the bread line
  • To sign on for the dole
  • Become vindictive
  • To be livid
  • To get roused

  • Benefits for the jobless vary widely from country to country
  • What benefits are the jobless in France,
  • Germany and Russia entitled to?

  • Country
  • Eligibility
  • Compensation
  • Duration
  • France
  • Must have worked at least 91 days in past 12 months; must be seeking work
  • 57,4% of salary. The sum is gradually reduced until time limit is reached
  • For a person under 50: up to 30 months. For a person over 50: up to 45 months
  • Russia
  • Must have worked at least 11 months
  • It depends on one’s own average salary. First 3 months – 75%; next 4 months – 60%, after that – 45% + 10% on every dependable family member
  • After year – minimal average salary
  • Germany
  • Must have worked at least 12 months in the last 3 years; must be seeking work
  • First 12-32 months: 60-67% of paycheck. After: 53-57% (depending on family size)
  • Continues indefinitely. Changes to pension after a person turns 65

  • The welfare state is effective. Everybody is to have proper health care and education regardless of their income. The welfare state helps the disabled, people who are unable to work to earn money on their own. The welfare state system provides the elderly with an income that allows them to live some degree of dignity. Anyone below the retirement age of 65 who has previously worked for a certain minimum period of time can receive unemployment benefit which is organized by the Department of Employment.

  • Presentation was created by
  • the students grade 11 A:
  • Lialka Alena
  • Tarhova Angelina
  • Matiag Evgenia,
  • Udovichenko Nikita
  • Skorobogatova Elen
  • Golubeva Larisa
  • Navakova Elen
  • Ageeva Olga