We inform you that yesterday, April 13, 2022, at the ENS headquarters in Rome, it was Technical schedule of Law 68/99, On the right of people with disabilities to work, a standard inspired with a comprehensive vision, but after 20 years we can say that it has failed to achieve the desired effects. The technical schedule, which will meet periodically, consists of experts in the near field from the ENS and the deaf community: Dr. Marino Botta (General Manager of ANDEL), Dr. Renato Merinda (Director INPS), Dr. Ana de Domezio (Director of Disability Advisers with Active Employment Policies Act No. 68/99), Dr. Katia Mazzi (Head of the ENS Public Affairs Office) and Executive Adviser ENS Cav. Camilo GaluccioPromoter of the technical schedule.
View also file National President ENS Angelo Raffaele CagnazzoWho made the honor of the house: “Thank you for being here for thinking about such an important issue, I wish you a good job. More than twenty years after Law 68, the living conditions of Deaf people have not improved in terms of employment and their exclusion from the world of work is one of the main causes of deprivation, inequality and marginalization. A change is needed. A cultural pace of work that finally guarantees the full right to work for all persons with disabilities, with all that this entails in terms of autonomy, independence and self-determination.”
doctor. Silvia Stefanovic He then opened the proceedings by thanking ENS for its continued commitment for these years and Executive Board member Galluccio – both members ofNational Observatory of the Status of Persons with Disabilities – Because he badly wanted the artistic schedule.
During the meeting, table members discussed personal experiences and readings of the phenomena in progress, emphasizing the importance of the target recruitment system and school/work transition. Issue target placement databasewhich was recently created by the decree published in the Official Gazette No. 45/2022 that we have already talked about in these pages, and a proposal for a law on Art modification. 3 of law 68 implemented by the ENS, which states that the minimum share (1 percent) of stock places reserved by law for protected classes is reserved specifically for deaf people. Other relevant insights Program agreementsRegulated by Article 11 andreasonable accommodationprovided for in Article 14.
Therefore, the members of the table stressed the need for a Strong Investment in Targeted Recruitment System She invited ENS to re-launch its interest in creating an indoor Deaf specific training agencyTo provide the necessary training to ensure appropriate employment of deaf people. Technical table that It will meet again next month and will be constantly monitoring and evaluating interventions for the deafI finally agreed on the desirability of having access to a publication compiling the various contributions and at a national conference to be held next fall.
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