National strategy for reduction of poverty and social exclusion in the republic of macedonia

facilitate the process of social inclusion

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facilitate the process of social inclusion and overcome the negative positions and the viewpoints of various categories for vulnerable groups and the stigmatized socially excluded people.

1 Europe 2020, Strategy for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth, page 23.

2 The values in this column are assumed as national targets until 2020, i.e. they are indicative and they need to be further harmonized and discussed.

3 According to information from Secretariat for European Affairs at the Government of the Republic of Macedonia

4 One specific example of possible improvements in the policy of participating in payment for certain services that can be supported: Children age 1 and 5, and families whose income is less than 60% of the average monthly salary should be exempt from having to participate in payment: and children age from 6 to 18 should be exempt from payment of some services. The evaluation of the social status of the family should pay close attention to the incomes of the family because it seems that there are insufficient data in the system about family earnings, especially of self-employed people and people working under short term service contracts.

5 This experience is based on the model applied in the office of the former British prime minister Mr. Tony Blair, who, during his first term in office, in the period 1997 – 2001 formed a special department for social exclusion in order to monitor the phenomena and submit annual reports about poverty and social exclusion.

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