Employment

My Talents. For Diversity. is a European project about the inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in the labour market and the benefits of diversity management.
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Last January, Inclusion Europe's Milan Šveřepa was interviewed by David Klimeš for the Czech news-server Aktuálně.cz. They talked about deinstitutionalisation, rights of people with intellectual disabilities and the use of EU funding to improve the social system in the country.
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The European Commission has made a campaign against discrimination at work. This is important for many people and also for people with intellectual disabilities. We wrote an easy-to-read text about the campaign.
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Creating new employment possibilities, changing attitudes towards people with intellectual disabilities and giving them ownership over services that were created for them.
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“My Talents. For Diversity” is a project that Inclusion Europe is doing together with other organisations.
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The Spanish government opens 10 job vacancies for people with intellectual disabilities in public administration sector.
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The unemployment rates of people with disabilities are far higher than the numbers for non-disabled population. Nevertheless, numerous good practices show us which kind of support and assistance should be provided to people with disabilities to minimize inequalities in the labour market.
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The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities provides an opportunity to spotlight supported employment as a strong instrument in achieving the goals mentioned in its Article 27. For this reason The Global Applied Disability Research and Information Network on Employment and Training (GLADNET) has set up a Research Network on Supported Employment and is now seeking for researchers on the matter.
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