The right to work for persons with disabilities : international perspectives / Gudrun Wansing, Felix Welti, Markus Schäfers [Eds.].
361 pages ; 23 cm
9783848749553 paperback 3848749556 paperback
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The UN CRPD as an international social law / Eberhard Eichenhofer Reasonable accodmodation as a gateway to the right to work for persons with disabilities in the European Union. Reflections and comparative perspectives / Delia Ferri Equal rights of persons with disabilities to work per Article 27 of the UN Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities / Felix Welti & Eva Nachtschatt Comparability and convergence of work participation statistics and documentation / Jerome Bickenbach Conceptualizations of disability in ICF and CPRD: Their contribution to the realization of the right to work / Marianne Hirschberg Gainful employment between inclusion and exclusion / Martin Kronauer Labour market participation of persons with disabilities - how can Europe close the disability employment gap? / Roy Sainsbury Return to work as a central aim of rehabilitation / Friedrich Mehrhoff Developing international standards of competencies for return-to-work professionals: an overview / Madan M. Kundu, Alo Dutta & Fong Chan The school-work transition of special needs students in the context of the UN CRPD - effort towards systematization / Philine Zölls-Kaser The "why" and "how" of disability inclusion in business / Jürgen Menze Workplace accessibility and universal design / Arne Frankenstein The situation for blind and visually impaired persons in the labour market, in employment and in continuing education - including international perspectives / Heinz Willi Bach Through complex acts and measures, transforming disbelief into trust / Marie-Renée Hector The role of higher education in promoting the right to work for persons with disabilities / Bert Wagener Employment of persons with disabilities - effective policy and outcomes requires clear strategy with all relevant actors engaged / Siobhan Barron Persons with severe disabilities as judges/prosecutors? A test case on the UN convention on the rights of persons with disabilities in Taiwan / Nai-Yi Sun Law of quotas for people with disabilities - the Brazilian experience / José Carlos do Carmo Barriers and opportunities for persons with disabilities to change from sheltered employment settings into an open and inclusive labour market - positions of UN bodies and some global, regional and National Disabled People Organizations (DPOs) / Klaus Lachwitz A need for sheltered workshop reform? Perspectives from employees and legal trends due to the German Federal Participation Act / Mario Schreiner Sheltered workshop policies for people with disabilities in Taiwan and Japan / Yi-Chun Chou