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Social policy in Spain

Social policy in Spain

Ministry of Labor, 1965.

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Published by Servicio de Publicaciones, Ministerio de Trabajo in [ ] .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsMLCM 83/7550 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination[63] p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2783254M
LC Control Number83208431

This year is compulsory to gain entry into Honours. On 3 DecemberAlfonso Alonso succeeded her. While municipal governments receive funds from the central government and the regions, they can also levy their own taxes; in contrast, provincial governments cannot. Childlessness is one reason for Spain's pensions panic: who will pay for the old in decades to come?

As elsewhere, the government has just pushed the official retirement age from 65 to 67, phased in over coming years, in a pact agreed with unions and business two months ago. Franco lifted the state of exception in Marchbut the government's efforts to achieve legitimacy had been seriously undermined. The regime swiftly repressed workers' demonstrations in the spring of and student protests in It'll also introduce you to certain aspects of the culture of Spain and Latin America through the materials used. Assessment Social policy You'll be assessed using a variety of methods, including not only traditional essays and exams, but also oral presentations, group work and other forms of assessment. In two autonomous cities, Ceuta and Melillawere added.

The regime's "families" did not agree unanimously on the new economic policies, and there were clashes between the progressive and the reactionary forces. The law offered no significant departure from Francoism. Spain is among the countries with the highest proportion of women members of parliament, with women generally constituting about three-tenths of the Chamber of Deputies and about one-fourth of the Senate. These themes are explored with the aid of a series of case-studies, including health and education policies, and the development and implementation of equalities legislation. That may reflect housing. The anticipation of the dictator's demise and his increasing incapacity destabilized the country, and there was ongoing conflict between those who sought to liberalize the regime in order to secure its survival and those of the bunker mentality who resisted reforms.


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Social policy in Spain book

The funds providing benefits for healthcare, injury, redundancy and old age are a sort of expression of Spanishness — with variation between Spain's 17 autonomous regions, especially in care for old people. Francisco Franco.

Family policy in Spain

Each province is entitled to four representatives; voters cast ballots for three candidates, and those with the most votes are elected. In general terms, it looks at the idea of social welfare, and its relationship to politics and society. Family life in Spain may be gentler, if the figures on domestic violence are reliable the rate is higher in Britain.

These restrictions were seen as impediments to further growth and modernization. February 06, In the Communications category, the following fields were recently updated for all countries: "Telephones - fixed lines," "Telephones - mobile cellular," and "Fixed broadband.

The Falange resisted the opening of the regime to capitalistic influences, while the technocrats of the powerful Catholic pressure group, Opus Dei, de-emphasized the role of the syndicates and favored increased competition as a means of achieving rapid economic growth.

Franco's legacy had been an unprecedented era of peace and order, undergirded by his authoritarian grip on the country.

By the end of the decade, Spain's level of economic development was among the lowest in southern Europe. Vertical syndicates replaced the unions.

Workers organized clandestine commissions, and recurrent strikes and bombings were indications that Franco would not be able to maintain his repressive grip on the labor force indefinitely. Eight months before the end of the legislature, the scientific Bernat Soria assumed the office of Health Minister.

Practical language activities, such as pair and small group work and intensive exposure to Spanish through audio, video and written texts, will enable you to progress from the levels achieved in Spanish 1A. Labor strikes, in which even actors participated, spread across the country.

Spanish Spanish 1A This course will further your knowledge of the Spanish language and develop the skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking in the Spanish language through intensive practical and communicative language work.

Ministry of Health (Spain)

Additional One-Pagers are under development and should be ready soon. The communities, especially Catalonia and Andalusia, have argued that the central government has dragged its feet in ceding powers and in clarifying financial arrangements. Pay is more equal, with a more generous minimum wage but welfare less generous.

He banned civil marriage, made divorce illegal, and made religious education compulsory in the schools. Opposition to the regime mounted on all sides in and To what extent do the different parts of the UK face different social problems?

The tensions that had been mounting within the regime since the late s would have made a continuation of Franco's system untenable even without Carrero Blanco's death. The provinces, in existence sinceoriginally served as transmission belts for the policies of the central government.

Spanish 2B This course builds on and develops the knowledge acquired in Spanish 2A and will introduce you to yet more complex and formal areas of language, improving and developing further the skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking in the Spanish language.

The regime swiftly repressed workers' demonstrations in the spring of and student protests in It will provide an essential foundation for your final-year dissertation. The remaining years of Franco's rule saw periods of intensified opposition to which the government responded with harshly repressive measures that merely served to broaden and to inflame the resistance, leaving the regime in a state of constant turmoil.

These themes are explored with the aid of a series of case-studies, including health and education policies, and the development and implementation of equalities legislation.Mar 24,  · Spain’s expenditure on social protection, however, remains at relatively low levels.

The country’s expenditure on social protection in was % of national GDP on an unemployed population of around million people, compared to % in.

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