Is the number of persons with disabilities employed by the state both calculated and published?

Explanation

While the question is about the availability of this figure, the figure itself is also important. If such a figure is available, please provide it, together with a source and, if possible, an internet link.

In detail

Only 14 percent of respondents answered positively – in 51 percent the numbers of persons with disabilities employed by the state are not calculated and published. The lack of disability desegregated data and the fact that such figures are not published makes it hardly possible to get an insight and to act upon the results. Another problem mentioned was that the figures and statistics available are very often not published in accessible formats.

  • Inconsistent statistics and lack of initiatives for implementation: there is often no government requirement or system in place to collect and produce employment, a lack of cooperation between ministries to produce statistics or timeframes to complete surveys
  • Distortion and disharmonised of statistics: statistics on employment rely on registration/Status of those who are registered only (i.e: “worker with disability”, legally qualified as having a disability through a medical Certificate. There are also clashes between federal, regional statistical databases which are based on different definitions of disability which weigh on the bias of data.
  • Unofficial or publically unavailable: statistics on employment are often only available on request or available from other unofficial sources

Is the official electorate information produced by the Election Management Body accessible to all?

Explanation

This question ask if the official electorate information, produced by the Election Management Body, regarding information on elections, voter registration, modalities of voting and accessibility of voting procedures, ballots and facilities – is available in various forms (including sign language, accessible to screen-readers, audio, braille, electronic and easy-to-read and understand versions).

In detail

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