The Family and Equal Opportunities Council will help victims of gender violence with the amount equivalent to six months of unemployment benefit, which could reach 24 months if certain conditions are met, such as having dependents. This is established by the order, published today in the Official Gazette of the Community (Bocyl), which regulates the procedure for granting and paying the financial subsidy to victims of gender violence in Castilla y León, provided for in the Law Organic 1/2004, of December 28, on Comprehensive Protection Measures against Gender Violence.
Thus, the aid will be 12 months when the victim had in charge of a family member or foster minor and 18 if he had two or more family members or foster children or a relative and a foster minor. Likewise, the aid will be one year of unemployment if it had a recognized disability equal to or greater than 33 percent, without family responsibilities; of 18 months in almost that yes it had a relative; and 24 months of unemployment benefit when two or more family members or foster children or a relative and a foster child are counted.
When the victim is in charge of a relative or foster child who has officially recognized a degree of disability equal to or greater than 33 percent, the amount of the aid will be equivalent to 18 months of unemployment benefit when the victim was in charge of a relative or foster child; 24 if they are two or more relatives or minors in foster care and also when the relative or foster child with whom they live has officially recognized a degree of disability equal to or greater than 65 percent. It will be the same amount when both the victim and the relative or foster child have officially recognized a degree of disability equal to or greater than 33 percent.