social welfare

  • Położenie ludności żydowskiej w Polsce po II wojnie światowej w świetle sprawozdania Komisarza Rządu ds. Produktywizacji Ludności Żydowskiej

    Author: Katarzyna Flisak
    Year of publication: 2015
    Pages: 21-38
    DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm201502
    PDF: ksm/20/ksm201502.pdf

    This document presents the report of the Commissioner of the Government for the Jewish population in Poland, which includes the period from the establishment of the Office 8 August 1946 to 22 June 1947. The task of the Government Commissioner was to help in the reconstruction of the Jewish population in postwar Poland. The Commissioner was responsible for repatriation of the Jewish people assistance in gaining employment and qualifications. He also undertook activities connected with social welfare, education, as well as emigration. In his report he also referred to a wide diversity of Jewish population in terms of political and organizational issues. This document also contains information about the organization of the Commission Government Office, and its cooperation with the authorities of the State administration and the Jewish organizations in Poland.

  • Economic freedom and migration from Ukraine : The case of well-educated youth

    Author: Mariya Onopko
    Author: Nataliia Kuzina
    Year of publication: 2016
    Source: Show
    Pages: 109-120
    DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/pomi201607
    PDF: pomi/02/pomi201607.pdf

    Economic Freedom and Migration from Ukraine: the Case of Well-Educated Youth. Th is paper is based on the idea that there is a special pattern in migration of the well-educated youth from Ukraine connected with the diff erence in levels of economic freedom that include higher salary and welfare. Th e survey was conducted in order to obtain data regarding infl uence of the level of economic freedom on the decision to leave and choice of the target country. Th e analysis of the survey results was carried out in terms of economic freedom and its importance to the respondents, that has brought authors to the conclusion that economic freedom is indeed important factor for educated youth when the decision to leave is made.

  • Limitation of Human Rights During the Crisis Events in Ukraine: Lessons and Outlooks

    Author: Iryna Symonova
    Institution: Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University
    ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1771-0511
    Year of publication: 2020
    Source: Show
    Pages: 67-82
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ksm20200204
    PDF: ksm/26/ksm2604.pdf

    The paper reveals modern problems of limiting, ensuring, and realizing human rights during crisis events in Ukraine. The unsatisfactory state of the social protection system of Ukraine in the pre-crisis period is revealed (including problems of unstructured legislation, excessive financial burden, etc.). The article analyzes the existing guarantees and standards of human rights during the pandemic (included in the selected international documents and the Constitution of Ukraine). Several negative factors faced by the most vulnerable social groups during the crisis were addressed (for IDPs – problems of displacement, residence, job search; for the older population – problems of social security, treatment of chronic diseases, movement restrictions, and relevant age-based discrimination; for the homeless – absolute insecurity from all manifestations of the COVIDfueled crisis; for the detained and imprisoned – problems of penitentiary medical care, postponement of amnesty and subsequent rehabilitation). The paper assesses the relevant normative documents regulating social relations during the pandemic in terms of their positive and negative impact on the above risk groups (facilitated with the analysis of additional financial aid and payments, legal restrictions, the impact of the increasing financial burden on state and local budgets due to quarantine, the unconstitutionality of certain provisions and the lack of adequate legal response from the Constitutional Court of Ukraine). Conclusions were drawn based on the analysis of the officially established strategy to combat COVID-19, supplemented by a prognosis of the long-term consequences of its implementation (the pros and cons of the selected strategy of simultaneous “hard” and “soft” quarantine measures, the lack of long-term care policy, unpreparedness for vaccination and the restoration of the pre-pandemic way of everyday life).

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