Koncesje handlowe jako forma aktywizacji zawodowej osób niepełnosprawnych w II Rzeczypospolitej

Obrazek miniatury
Grata, Paweł
Tytuł czasopisma
Tytuł tomu
Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego
Liquor trade concessions were, during the period of the Second Polish Republic, one of the most important instruments of the state support of war invalids. They prevailed among the activities aimed at the professional activation of a large and significant population of people with disabilities in society. The policy for granting liquor trade licenses provided a livelihood to at least several thousand citizens lacking full earning capacity, for many further carried a supplement derived from the budget of the disability benefit. Although based on the trade licenses, the attempt to professionally activate disabled soldiers wore the signs of incomplete actions, clearly particular and seems largely aimed at reducing the budgetary costs of disability payments. They ought, however, to be considered, in conditions of the interwar period, an important stage in the process of building a modern approach towards the professional problems of disabled people.
Słowa kluczowe
Social policy , trade concessions , professional activation of disabled people , war invalids