Social policy-policy in terms of insurance unemployment

BEQIRI, Agim (2019) Social policy-policy in terms of insurance unemployment. JUSTICIA International Journal of Legal Sciences, 7 (12). pp. 10-21. ISSN 2545-4927

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In Social level, unemployment has also extremely negative implications: - It worsens the standards of living and increases poverty, - It deepens the gap between rich and poor, which creates a small percentage of extremely wealthy people who make up the so-called economic elite whereas the middle class is gradually destroyed, - It increases inequality between citizens and opens the door to the possibility of discrimination on various grounds, given that poverty affects the creation of disadvantaged groups, in society. Especially expressed is the gender and ethnic (racial) inequality, especially the vulnerable groups that have received permanent resident status in the country (refugees, immigrants, asylum seekers, etc.). Women also are the group who in such conditions find jobs very hard, and if they find it they are almost always discriminated in the amount of compensation - Unemployment has a negative impact on family life, increases the number of divorces, which disintegrates society at large, i.e. reducing its social cohesion, - Unemployment causes loss of freedom and social exclusion which is followed by social isolation of individuals or groups in society, - Unemployment causes outflow of talent or "brains", thus wastes human resources that could be invaluable for the general development of the country - Unemployment causes rise in corruption and crime. Extortion for "protection" or so-called racketeering individuals or small companies, blackmail and pressure are also common. The struggle for life often makes the citizens reach out to illegal means of acquiring material benefit, - Unemployment causes emergence and growth of socio-pathological problems in the population. Prostitution, begging, gambling, theft and robbery are other ways of gaining unlawful and illegal profits. The political implications of high unemployment arise precisely from the social and economic consequences or are some sort of their reaction. They can be: - Losing the sense of safety and security that can be provided by the political structures - Creating political elites, which during employment, force their members and supporters, causing direct erosion of the qualities that are needed for a job, - Opening opportunities for creating organized crime that would be supported by the centers of power in the state.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Law
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Date Deposited: 27 Sep 2019 14:49
Last Modified: 27 Sep 2019 14:49

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