Social Security Law deals with the fundamental issues in creating and implementing the social security system in its broadest sense of the term. It focuses on the health insurance system, the sickness insurance system, the pension insurance system, the state social benefit scheme and the social assistance system. In the end of this course students should be able to comprehend the system of social security; be able to understand the specific features of its functioning; be able to solve the concrete social situations of natural persons by using the legal regulations.
The subject, the system and the sources of Social Security Law; The fundamental principles of Social Security Law; The functions of Social Security Law; The health insurance - person covered, matters covered; Sickness insurance - person covered, matters covered, the different benefits; The pension insurance - persons covered, matters covered, the different pensions; The state social benefit - persons covered, matters covered, the different benefits; The social assistance - persons covered, matters covered, the different benefits and services; The procedure and decision-making in Social Security Law
GREGOROVÁ, Zdeňka. Důchodové systémy (Pension systems). 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 1998. 212 pp. Acta Universitatis Brunesis Iuridica ; No 214. ISBN 80-210-2003-2. info
Lectures with the presentaion in PowerPoint; participation in seminars; solving of concrete cases.
Oral examination - one question from the basic theory of the social security law and one question from the concrete legal regulation of the social security law. To pass an examination the student must answer both questions.
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The course is taught annually.
Information on course enrollment limitations: Předmět je určen pro max. 10 studentů jiných fakult.