- Volume 62 Issue 1
This study attempts to examine standards on the effectiveness of the rights to social security of people with disability. The current research makes the standards on effectiveness of social security rights to the disabled. This standards draw four right areas and five general principles from debates about effectiveness of general social security rights and extend for applying three social area to the disabled. Four right areas are benefit coverage, benefit structure, benefit restriction and rights relief. Five general principles are enforceable rule principle, national finance principle, unconditional principle, adequacy principle and penalties principle. These four right areas and five general principles apply to three social security areas of income support, employment security and medical security. Measurement values are 'high' and 'low'. These measurement values divided into two that are used to ensure same intervals. This study on standards to the effectiveness of the rights to social security of people with disability has political and theoretical implications. First, in political aspects, these standards provide objective understanding of the present level of social security policies for the disabled. Second, theoretically the current study expands debates about the effectiveness of general social security through multi-disciplined research. At once this study is significant to establish empirical research foundation.