SOCI12: Number of individuals drawing financial social assistance, in total and as a percentage of the population at the time of calculation efter unit, time och reporting country
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Information

Unit
Persons and per cent
Contact
nom-nos@si-folkesundhed.dk
www.nowbase.org
Latest update
12/13/2018
Creation date
10/30/2017
Source
NOSOSCO
Denmark: Statistics Denmark
Faroe Islands: Ministry of Social Affairs
Finland: National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL)
Iceland: Statistics Iceland
Norway: Statistics Norway
Sweden: National Board of Health and Welfare
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SOCI12
Footnotes

Footnotes

Individuals drawing financial social assistance at the time of calculation. People aged 16/18 or over. Married people are included as two individuals if one of them receives social assistance. Per cent of population aged 16/18 and over.
reporting country
Denmark
The cash assistance reform that came into effect on 1 January 2014 means there is a gap in the data between 2013 and 2014, as young people under the age of 30 with no education are granted education assistance corresponding to the State Education Grant.
Faroe Islands
Data is calculated in November.
Finland
Data is calculated in November.
Finland
Latest data available: 2016.
Iceland
Average number of individuals 18 years and older in households receiving financial social assistance per month
Sweden
As from 2003, data include recipients of introduction benefits and so cannot be directly compared with data from before 2003.
People over 18 in households receiving financial social assistance and drawing assistance in November.
Between 2000 and 2011, the introduction benefit was included in the statistics on financial assistance under the Act on introduction benefits to refugees and certain foreigners. As of 2012, the financial assistance is exclusive of introduction benefits.
Due to missing data, the figures for 2014 do not include the following local authorities: Botkyrka, Högsby and Lycksele.
Sweden
Latest data available: 2016.