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Solidarity Allowance

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posted on 2023-11-06, 21:18 authored by Mary DalyMary Daly, Sunwoo RyuSunwoo Ryu, Ertugrul PolatErtugrul Polat
A tax-free solidarity allowance (solidarnostni dodatek) was provided. This was adopted according to the First COVID-19 Law (ZIUZEOP) on 02/04/2020, extended according to the Second COVID-19 Law (ZIUZEOP-A) on 02/07/2020, and then reintroduced by the Seventh COVID-19 Law (ZIUPOPDVE) on 29/12/2020

History

Country

Slovenia

Policy Area

Additional income support for families with children

Measure

Cash transfer

Eligibility

Under the first law: Large families who had 3 or more more children Under the second law: People who were in receipt of family allowances, childcare allowances, disability benefits or child benefits; who took maternity or paternity leave and whose leave compensation did not exceed the minimum wage; or who received disability benefits Under the seventh law: All families who had dependent children

Type

Cash (social assistance)

Start / Announced Date

30/04/2020

End Date

N/A

Amount

Under the first law: A one-off payment of €150 for people who were in receipt of social benefits; a one-off payment of €100 for families who had 3 children; or a one-off payment of €200 for families who had 4 or more children Under the second law: A one-off €150 payment for families who were in receipt of social benefits and who were not entitled for the first round payment; or a one-off payment €30 for families who were in receipt of child benefits Under the seventh law: An additional one-off payment of €50 for families who had children aged under 18; an additional one-off payment of €100 for families that had 3 children; an additional one-off payment of €200 for families that had 4 or more children; or an additional one-off payment of €500 for families that had new-born babies

Total Cost

N/A

Recipients

Parents

Route to the child

Indirect

Sources

Eurofound (2020) One-time solidarity allowance for retired persons, large families and other vulnerable groups, case SI-2020-18/444 (measures in Slovenia), COVID-19 EU PolicyWatch, Dublin. Available at: http://eurofound.link/covid19eupolicywatch

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