"Rights and Obligations of Women as to National Security Insurance Contributions"
The brochure encourages uninsured women to pay the obligations so as not to forfeit their social rights. Many women are unaware that they have to pay contributions and believe that they are insured, including unmarried women who are unemployed and do not claim unemployment benefits, married women whose husbands are not employed and do not have social insurance, and pupils and students above the age of 18. The brochure details the process of payment and the consequences of failing to do so.
Most Arab women are not employed and have not issued private insurance. The aim is to make these women aware of the fact that if they remain passive, the only income they will have from age 65 and on is the old-age allowance which every citizen receives beginning at age 65. The indirect message of the brochure is that the old-age allowance is not sufficient to support oneself in old age. The brochure informs women about three alternative or complementary financial provisions for old age: old-age allowance (currently 16% of the average income ), pensions (for employed women), and private insurance (such as life insurance).
This brochure informs Arab women about the law surrounding two important social security entitlements provided by the National Insurance Institute: security income and alimony. The brochure introduces women to the conditions under which these allowances can be obtained.