Welcome to the Employment Knowledge Centre!
The right to work is a fundamental right, recognised in several international legal instruments including the UN CRPD. Employment is essential for achieving other human rights and is an inseparable and inherent part of the human dignity. At the same time it also allows the individual and his/her family to earn a living. Insofar as work is freely chosen or accepted, it fosters personal development and recognition within the community.
Service providers to persons with disabilities are facing the challenges of ensuring the adequate support to their service users, so the can participate in the to the open labour market and enjoy their labour rights as everyone.
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Ne/pripravenosť Detí a Mladých L'udí so špeciálnymi Potrebami pre trh Práce v SR
This project aimed to address the plight of transition of 20,157 physically disadvantaged children and young people from 809 special primary and secondary schools into integrated classes in mainstream schools, and from schools to the open labor market in Slovakia.
Ne/pripravenosť detí a mladých ľudí so špeciálnymi potrebami pre trh práce v SR
This report presents a project which aimed at addressing the plight of transition of 20,157 physically disadvantaged children and young people from 809 special primary and secondary schools with integrated classes in mainstream schools (MSVVS SR, 2014) from school to the open labour market in Slovakia.
Noi Avem Abilitati, Putem Crea Posibilitati
This poster's aim is to encourage young people with disabilities to work and it also shows the activities they can practice.