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Social protection expenditure increases by 6.5% in Germany

Social protection spending in Germany increased significantly in 2020, according to new figures from the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis). Half of social spending in Germany goes to welfare Social protection expenditure (Sozialhilfe) – a set of benefits within the social security system in Germany designed to provide basic subsistence for people in need – increased […]

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The budget focuses on social welfare

NINE PERCENT INCREASE: Education, culture and science are the main beneficiaries, while a salary increase for teachers has not been promised, but could be considered By Chien Hui-ju and Jake Chung / Personal Reporter, with Editor and CNA The Executive Yuan yesterday approved a budget for the fiscal year 2022 of NT$2.2491 trillion ($80.506 billion) […]

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Students of social welfare institutions give outstanding performance; 1,739 TS Flawless EAMCET 2021

Approximately 1,739 students from welfare and 928 from tribal welfare residential facilities qualified for the entrance examination. Via the Newsmeter network Published on August 27, 2021 2:46 p.m. GMT Hyderabad: More than 1,700 students from the Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TSWREIS) graduated with the TS EAMCET degree this year. Approximately 1,739 students […]

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15 Best Foundations for Oily Skin That Mattify and Conceal Blemishes in 2021

Choosing the best foundations for oily skin comes with its little challenges: when your face is already oily and shiny, you don’t want to add anything to your T-zone that’s going to enhance the glow you have going. Then there is the question of how long it will withstand heat and humidity. You may feel […]

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Foundations urgently need foster parents for teens

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – There’s a huge need for foster parents right now in Wisconsin, especially those capable of fostering teenagers. “As of this morning, I’ve received at least four teen referrals statewide,” said Allison Higgins, referral and licensing manager at Foundations Health & Wholeness. Each week, Higgins averages about 20 to 30 referrals […]

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Rural Community Foundations Support the ACE Act — You Should Too

Rural America suffered from high rates of unemployment and poverty before the COVID-19 pandemic – and now the situation is even more dire. In Appalachian Kentucky, for example, all 47 counties rank in the bottom 10% of U.S. counties on quantitative measures that include income, poverty rate, and unemployment. Dramatic changes in the energy sector […]

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Chicago’s Largest Foundations 2021: Grants Grow in COVID, George Floyd Era

The MacArthur Foundation holds its recurring No. 1 spot on our list. The foundation, with $8.2 billion in assets, has donated $6 million to the League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, which supports communities and individuals most affected by climate change. The Joyce Foundation, No. 5 on our list with $1.2 billion in assets, donated […]

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New Welfare University: Need of the Hour

After the formation of Telangana State, Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions (SWREI), commonly referred to as Gurukul Schools, evolved into a robust parallel education system in Telangana State. Along with social welfare and tribal welfare, the backward classes and Gurukul minority institutions are now spread across Telangana. These institutions, previously limited to school and middle […]

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In Atlanta, US Treasury Secretary touts spending to ‘fix the broken foundations of our economy’

Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms hosted U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen in Atlanta on Wednesday, noting that she is the third cabinet secretary to visit the area in the past week. “I don’t remember this happening, not recently anyway, so we’re grateful for the support,” Bottoms said. The US Senate is continuing to consider a $1 […]

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Pushing for charitable giving reforms divides Minnesota nonprofits and foundations

A national push for charitable giving reforms is dividing Minnesota nonprofits and the foundations that often fund them. The two groups, usually on the same side, are split on federal tax reforms — particularly on whether oversight should be added for rapidly growing donor-driven funds. Often likened to charitable checking accounts, donor-advised funds allow individuals […]