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What do we expect from the Welfare State

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Andrin Flütsch

on 28 October 2014

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Transcript of What do we expect from the Welfare State

What Do We Expect
from the Welfare State
Retirement Age
- adaptation
- forced retirement
- increase of about 5% of the world's population over 60
- improvement of the health condition of the elderly
- flexible work conditions
- in Greece the retirement age has been set at 67
- in Germany the retirement age will be raised from 65 to 67 in the next 20 years.
Intergenerational Solidarity
- two-sided relationship
- knowledge and experience
- old people should be seen as wise
Role of the State
- welfare state should guarantee at least the basic minimum
- welfare should be a public good
- national approach
National/International Approach
- interconnectedness of the world
- integrative/international approach
- e.g. environmental policy
- scepticism towards international organisation
- respect to the cultural identity
- each country's current situation is the consequence of its history
- range of services
- demographic changes
- in-kind benefits
- economic crisis
- migration
Faidra Mourla-Berli and Andrin Flütsch
- access at low costs
- "level playing field"
- Swedish model
1. Would you prefer a system of private or public health/education system? Or mixed (like Sweden)?

2. How much should the state contribute to the welfare state? What do you think about self-responsibility?

3. Would you think should your parents work longer? Why? Would you be ready to work longer than 65, why?

4. Are you happy with the welfare state system in your country at the moment? Why?

5. Will you think that in the future there will be a national approach or integrative approach (like the European Union)? What would you consider to be better?
The Youth as the Ones who Suffer from Crisis?

Jugendliche als Leidtragende der Krise

Presentations from young Students from Greece, Sweden and Switzerland
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