UNIT 21 CHAPTER 1

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IN 1930'S POVERTY, UNEMPLOYMENT AND GROWING DISSATISFACTION WITH EQUALITY LED TO WHAT? LED TO INCREASING PRESSURE FOR BETTER HEALTH CARE, SOCIAL SERVICES AND IMPROVED LIVING CONDITIONS
WHAT DID BEVERIDGE SAY THE GOVERNMENT WOULD NEED TO DO FOR HIS NEW SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM TO WORK? MANAGE THE ECONOMY - JOBS FOR ALL would eliminate poverty and the negative effect on health and well-being. Provide free NHS - no expensive medical bills to cause worry pay CHILDRENS ALLOWANCE TO ALL with NO MEANS TESTING
FLAWS IN THE BEVERIDGE REPORT WHO WAS NOT TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT? SINGLE PARENTS, UNMARRIED WOMEN NOT IN WORK BUT CARING FOR DEPENDANTS, DIVORCED/SEPERATED WIVES
WHY WAS BEVERIDGE REPORT A WELCOME BREAK FROM THE PAST? it was a UNIVERSAL SCHEME covering everyone. UNIFIED and SIMPLIFIED paying into one fund (N.I) that covered every benefit. not MEANS TESTED. Based on a NATIONAL MINIMUM if people not on benefits or pension then the cost of basic needs (FOOD, FUEL AND RENT) would be met. FLAT RATE SCHEME - everyone paid in the same amount and got paid the same amount in benefit if they claimed
BEVERIDGE'S SOCIAL SECURITY SCHEME PROPOSED WHAT? STATE RETIREMENT PENSION, SICKNESS,UNEMPOLYMENT, MATERNITY AND WIDOWS' BENEFIT FOR EVERYONE THAT WAS ELIGIBLE AND HAD PAID ENOUGH NATIONAL INSURANCE
WHAT IS THE LARGEST EXPENSE OF A WELFARE STATE NOW? INCOME MAINTENANCE, CASH BENEFITS SUCH AS CHILD BENEFIT, FAMILY BENEFITS, INCOME SUPPORT, INCAPACITY BENEFITS AND PENSIONS
WHAT AND WHO WAS COVERED BY GOVERNMENT LIMITED SYSTEM OF WORKERS' HEALTH INSURANCE BEFORE THE WELFARE STATE JUST WORKERS BUT ONLY GP CONSULATIONS WERE COVERED EVEN INSURED HAD TO PAY FOR MEDICINE AND HOSPITAL TREATMENT WIVES AND CHILDREN WERE NOT COVERED
LIFE BEFORE THE WELFARE STATE NO HELP FOR WIDOWS NO CHILDRENS ALLOWANCE VERY POOR - ATE AT SCHOOL POOR LIVING CONDITIONS NO MEDICAL CARE EVEN IN EMERGENCIES VERY HIGH CHILD DEATH RATE
WHAT WAS THE BEVERIDGE REPORT CALLED + WHEN WAS IT PUBLISHED? REPORT WAS CALLED SOCIAL INSURANCE + ALLIED SERVICES PUBLISHED IN 1942
BEVERIDGE IDENTIFIED 5 AREAS THAT NEEDED ATTENTION HE CALLED THEM THE 5 GIANTS, NAME THEM WANT, IGNORANCE, DISEASE, SQUALOR AND IDLENESS
WHAT DID THE BEVERIDGE REPORT BECOME? THE BEVERIDGE REPORT BECAME THE BLUE-PRINT FOR THE NEW POST-WAR WELFARE STATE
WHO APPOINTED BEVERIDGE AND WHAT WAS THE POINT? WINSTON CHURCHILL APPOINTED BEVERIDGE IN 1941 TO LOOK INTO SOCIAL INSURANCE + SOCIAL SERVICES
WHAT IS A WELFARE STATE? A COUNTRY IN WHICH THE GOVERNMENT TAKE RESPONCIBILITY FOR THE WELFARE OF ALL ITS CITIZENS
WHAT ARE THE AIMS OF A WELFARE STATE? PROTECT ALL FROM MISFORTUNE HELP ALL WITH ILLNESS HELP ALL WHO HAVE SUDDEN LOSS OF INCOME OR A HOME TO LIVE IN
IDEA OF THE WELFARE STATE WAS SHARED OR COLLECTIVE RESPONCIBILITY WHAT DID THIS MEAN? PROVIDING GOVERNMENT-RUN OR FUNDED SOCIAL SERVICES, FREE STATE SCHOOLS, FREE HEALTH SERVICE, SOCIAL CARE SERVICES AND SOCIAL HOUSING