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Building up on Esping-Andersen’s approach of conceptualizing welfare states according to their level of labor commodification of labour, the French state fits inembodies the Conservative conservative approach to social policy and welfare. The aim of the French social protection system is income maintenance ( Palier 2000: 116 1 )rather than the . It is more than simple poverty alleviation which is found in the Anglo-Saxon system or universalistic distribution, which is representative for of the Northern Social-Democratic system (Palier 2000: 116). Since the entitlement depends on the contribution history paid by workers, most benefits are earnings-related.

The2 French welfare state is is largely 3 based on a set of non-stateprivate agencies. There 4 is both a compulsory scheme to which everyone must be affiliated as well as a supplementary scheme (couverture complémentaire or mutuelle) that covers costs that are not reimbursed by the general plan. The Sécurité Sociale (Social Protection) is a compulsory health insurance policy divided into four main sectors 5 : : 1) healthcare and work accidents/diseases, ; 2) health/illness/injury (including occupational injuries and diseases); 3) old age and retirement; , unemployment insurance and 4) family (CNAV 2010). There is a compulsory scheme anyone must be affiliated to and a complementary one (mutuelle). M6ost benefits are earnings-related, and the amount of the entitlement depends on the workers’ contribution history.

But TheHowev 7 er, the previously Bismarckian nature of the French welfare state has been transformed into a state-run one by some structural changes. This reform relies mainly onA prominent element of these reforms is the Revenu de solidarité active 8 (RSA; Active Solidarity Income) a , a re-insertion policy (Revenu Minimum d’Insértion), which is non-contributory means-tested scheme. It that guarantees a minimum income for unemployed and underemployed workersleast level of resources. In order to be eligible for this scheme, a person of non-French nationality has tomust be in the possession ofpossess a carte de séjour and has to have have lived in France for at least five years. An Thus, some unemployed North-Africans who is are not eligible for a other unemployment benefits is therefore eligiblecan obtain for the RMIRSA, which is ofprovides an income of 559.74 9 460 a month ( Service-Public.fr 2019 10 Rmi Fr. 2010), as well as . He is also eligible for housing benefits and health protection. He/she isSuch persons are exonerated from paying council tax and he/she canare also be eligible for a phone bill reduction of the phone bill. However, a North African immigrant who has not been in France for a sufficient period to be eligible for RSA is subject to experiencing severe economic insecurity appears if the North-African immigrant has not been in France for enough time.

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Building up on Esping-Andersen’s approach of toward welfare states according to the level of labor commodification of labour, the French state fits adoptsin the cConservative approach to social policy and welfare;. The the primary aim objective of the French social protection system is income maintenance (Palier 2000: 116). It is more than serves a larger purpose than simple poverty alleviation which that 1 is found in the Anglo-Saxon system or universalistic distribution which and is representative for of the Northern Social-Democratic system. Since the entitlement depends on the workers’ contribution history paid by workers, most benefits are earnings-related. The French welfare state is largely 2 based on a set of non-stateprivate agencies. The Sécurité Sociale (Social Protection) is divided into four main sectors: healthcare and work accidents;, old age and retirement;, and unemployment insurance and family (CNAV 2010). There is a compulsory scheme to which anyone everyone must be affiliated to and as well as a complementary one (mutuelle). But However, 3 The some structural changes have transformed the Bismarckian nature of the French welfare state has been transformed into a state-run one by some structural changes. This reform relies mainly on a re-insertion policy (Revenu Minimum d’Insértion; RMI), which is a non-contributory means-tested scheme that. It guarantees a least minimum level of resources. In order tTo be eligible for this scheme, a non-French resident has to be in the possession of a carte de séjour and has to have lived in France for five years. An unemployed North -African resident who is not eligible for a unemployment benefits is therefore eligible for the RMI, which is of 460 a month (Rmi Fr. 2010). He They is are also eligible for housing benefits and health protection. He/she isThey are exonerated from paying council tax and he/she can also be eligible for phone-bill reduction of the phone bill. However, economic insecurity appears if the a North -African immigrant who has not been in France for a enough sufficient timeduration may feel economically insecure.

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