It will be the sickest people who pay the most, no matter what you do on a user-pays basis. However, Federal Health Minister Peter Dutton continues to reaffirm that as our population ages and Australians need to pay for new technologies and new life-saving drugs, which Australia has a system that will continue to grow and strengthen into the future. There are overall effects, both positive and negative, of the $7 co-payment on the Australian economy and society. Such negative effects on the economy include the fall in share prices for healthcare companies. In the first week since budget night, Primary Health Care share prices fell 6%.
Crim 135 MWF 12pm-12:50pm Dr. Hughes Sex offenders are a statewide problem that keeps growing in the united state alone there are over 92,000 registered sex offenders. With sex offenders on the rise, residency restriction are beginning to tighten making it almost impossible for registered offenders to get their lives back on track. Some states have gone as far as banning registered offenders from 500-25,00 feel near places where kids are know to hangout. Although residency restrictions gives victims and their families a hard piece of mind. They make it almost impossible for offenders to get a fresh start.
The 1997 Bringing Them Home Report documented the systemic removal of thousands of Indigenous Australian children from their families. (Atkinson) The removal of Indigenous children was widespread throughout Australia over a 40-year period from the 1930s. (Young, Zubrizycki) The Bringing Them Home Report which was produced by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunities Commission revealed widespread and systemic suffering of the Australian Indigenous community placed in institutional care. (Atkinson, NSW Department of Community Services) The report revealed horrific damage inflicted on the most vulnerable people in our society, Indigenous children. Removal was through official government policy of assimilation of Indigenous people.
History of Minority Populations in the Child Welfare System Alejandra Rosas BSHS 301 Introduction to Human Services May 7, 2012 History of Minority Populations in the Child Welfare System The treatment of minority children in the U.S. child welfare system has been marked by racism manifested in inequitable policies and in insufficient and inadequate services (Turner, 1988). African American children are overrepresented in the foster care system, comprising nearly 60 % of all placements in the year 2003 (Martin, 2007). Overrepresentation is driven by other long standing factors such as social oppression, negative social conditions, racial discrimination, and economic injustice (Martin, 2007). In the 1700s, orphaned or homeless children were placed in almshouses or “apprenticeships.” Attitudes toward orphaned or homeless children were harsh but even more so toward black children. Although developing orphanages were establishing, Black children were excluded from the services.
These carers also highlighted an increased sense of social isolation and the interrelated difficulties associated with the financial impact of caring. In May 2006 Carers Victoria was granted funding by the Office for Women, Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs on behalf of the Australian Government. This funding has been used to develop these specific guidelines for the delivery of flexible and culturally sensitive counselling to Indigenous carers. Carers Victoria believes that this opportunity
It expanded problem such as the bad behavior problem of youngsters, high youth unemployment rate and widespread deprivation. Those are the root causes of the uncontrolled public meeting. Broken society expanded the bad behavior problem of youngsters as well as became one of the causes of the riots. Britain remained ‘broken families’ in the twenty first century. In 1970-2000, there were significant changes in family life such as marriage rate fell by 40%, divorce rates doubled, cohabitation increased but 52% of them split up after having a child.
Germanys list of problems at this time was only growing. Losing WW1 caused many problems in itself as one might expect, never mind the Treaty of Versailles that was to follow. The most prominent socio-economic effects were most naturally the casualties, 2 million Germans were killed and a further 6 million were injured, also the increasing number of civilian deaths due to hypothermia and starvation. The reason these deaths increased, was due to food and fuel shortages caused by the cold winter of 1916-17. In these winter months there were signs of the country’s morale and unity breaking, it was not helped when Germany was hit with an influenza epidemic, wiping out 20-40 million, the resistance to the disease was lowered due to decline in living conditions.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reported a 1600% increase in hate crimes against the Arab American population in the year after the events of September 11th. Some of them are refugees coming from devastated areas ravaged by wars in the Middle East: Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine, and Lebanon are just a few examples. According to Aboul-Enein (2010) one of the potentially least studied ethnic groups in the United States in terms of healthcare inequalities are the populations of Middle Eastern and North African origin. Aboul-Enein also points out: “The misunderstood aspects of Arab behavior according Western perspective lead to the greatest misunderstandings which include but are not limited to: the involvement of the male in all aspects of health care for his wife and children; the assimilation of children into all aspects of life; female humility; the subordinate status of women; and the strong emphasis on the traditional female role.”
The welfare programs had a drastic drop in recipients between 1996 and 2004 by 9 million cases, the “Welfare Revolution” (Cancian). During this time, millions had entered the labor market and began to learn how to benefit from federal aid programs (Cancian). In the 1990’s welfare gained much criticism because the recipients had felt that being on welfare was much more beneficial than being a part of the work force. Welfare income was exceeding the amount of income from the labor market and this was causing quite an issue. Women were choosing not to work in order to receive more welfare benefits long term (Cancian).
Some of the experiments have shown that Presidency’s with the pro-choice value that there has been a decline in abortion rates, when a lot of these have turned up to be false. Pro-life officials have been in the running of trying to reverse Roe vs. Wade court case, but it has not been successful, but in the court case of Casey vs. Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania it has added regulations to abortions. With this decision it sparked legislators in almost all states to change ways and give more regulations of abortion. Since these regulations have been enforced in nine years abortion had dropped by 18 percent.