World Social Policies And Health Care Policy And Inequality Policy

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World Social Policies
The advantages and disadvantages of resources and services within United States compared to other govern countries and their social demands for their citizens are immeasurably different. When comparing and analyzing how governing bodies oversees the well-being of citizens within their region of the world, it is important not to rely on their economic growth only. But, how their social policies and guidelines address poverty, housing, health care, unemployment, and the lack of education.
Each governing body strive to improve the life expectancy of their citizens by implementing policies that would provide access to, delivering and allocating, and refining resources within the communities for the betterment of the people. The state welfare and public practice within a governmental and / or political setting varies with each area of concern; mainly with the health care and inequality (unemployment and homelessness) of citizens. This report will contrast how citizens of the United States, Belgium, and Japan fair with their health care policy and inequality policy that are implemented to service their perspective region.
The growing concern of health care in the United States is alarming to its citizens. Unfortunately, the health care system does not provide an even quality of medical care for all citizens. Social Justice indicates that the government must allocate costs and benefits to help the citizens even if it does not guarantee fairness across the

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