Form a discussion about the contributory and non contributory benefits under both schemes in terms of the social security act (CAP 318). Indicate the basic concept that consolidates the ‘safety net’ mechanism.
Marks for this assignment are divided as follows:
30% clarity and accuracy
15% long term benefits
15% short term benefits
15% major assistances
10% presentation of assignment
Discuss short and long term benefits major assistances minor assistances
How did the system start and how is its position today (description)
Before the introduction of welfare state in 1956. Highlight those of 1956
Explanation of important developments since then. (Please give examples)
1979- Introduction of earnings milestone to the social security system
Please mention introduction of 2/3 pension scheme which includes the survivor’s pension scheme.
NB: An important site on internet is socialpolicy.gov.mt
Include the history of social security in Malta .
PLEASE PROVIDE A REALLY DETAILED AND REALLY WELL EXPLAINED DISCUSSION (WITH EXAMPLES) OF THE CONTRIBUTORY AND NON CONTRIBUTORY SCHEMES I WANT TO GET A GRADE A IN THIS ASSIGNMENT THIS IS CRUCIAL AND HIGHLY IMPORTANT I WANT IT A HIGH CLASS PLAGIARISM IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED IT IS MANDATORY TO HAVE ALL BENEFITS PROVIDRD IN MALTA EACH BENEFIT SHALL BE REALLY DETAILED AND VERY WELL EXPLAINED (WITH EXAMPLES)
PLEASE STATE YOUR OPINION ABOUT THE SCHEMES, DO THEY MEET THEIR OBJECTIVES?
Does safety net exist in Malta ? What is EU doing to safeguard this aspect mention briefly the European social Charter.
TITLES NEED TO BE COLOURED BLUE. The introduction discussion and conclusion SHALL BE be very well detailed and very well explained The assignment needs to strictly be more than 2000 words long This assignment has no word limit but STRICTLY MORE THAN 2000 WORDS. EXCLUDING TITLE AND REFERENCES.SUBJECT AREA OF ASSIGNMENT IS SOCIAL POLICY
NB: The study unit ASSIGNMENT is intended as an introduction to the Social Security System in Malta. It will introduce students to the various types of benefits and to current legislation and policies relating to them. Students will be encouraged to consider the implications of policies to the concerned client group by making contact with recipients of welfare benefits. In this way they can begin to understand recipients’ perspectives on welfare.
The content covered will include a brief history of the welfare state and the schemes under which welfare benefits are organised, i.e. contributory, non-contributory as well as hybrid schemes. Guest speakers, with expertise in particular fields may be invited for some lectures, thereby giving students the opportunity to also appreciate the views of the administrators of the Social Security system.