Social security

  Social security aims to promote the well-being of society on the basis of balanced economic growth and stability, a competitive market economy to ensure full employment and social progress.

  The European Social Charter, which entered into force on 1 July 1999, along with social rights - the right to housing, health, education, employment, legal and social protection and non-discrimination, clearly defines social security and inclusion as part of the to achieve better living and working conditions in society.

  Effective social security is achieved through the development of three key areas:
- Social protection of all employees; 
- Integration of people with disabilities by supporting income in their right to a dignified life, a work environment adapted to their needs, access to services that enable them to participate in public and working life; 
-long-term care with good quality in the field of public services;

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