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              • Simulating a supermarket as a learning environment

                "At the Supermarket" is a simulated supermarket managed by disabled young people where they learn accounting, to speak foreign languages, and to draft a code of conduct. The project also includes guided visits to actual supermarkets and an internship. The learning environment is changed every year.
                ITSE C. Colombo - Technical and Economic Institute of Porto Viro, Italy

              • A multifunctional hub towards the open labour market

                The Living Link employment model includes job analysis, job matching, interview support, placement, co-worker training, and advocacy, as well as the recommendation of assistive devices and the provision of career planning. In 2015 alone, approximately 50 people were hired in various forms of employment.
                Living Link, South Africa

              • A woman in a wheelchair is ordering food on one of two touchscreen devices that are positioned in the center of Eli Lilly's accessible and modern cafeteria.

                Global accessibility and inclusion programme of a multinational pharmaceutical company

                The Access Lilly programme was initiated in 2020 by the multinational pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly to establish and implement a disability-friendly corporate culture throughout the company. The initial four work areas like accessibility, ICT and communications were expanded to include human resources and procurement.
                Eli Lilly, Access Lilly, United States of America

              • Insured person of the Return To Work Programme © Social Security Organisation, Malaysia

                Returning Malaysians with acquired disabilities to work

                By providing job placement and employment support for workers who have acquired disabilities and, at the same, by challenging the conception of "not able to work the Job Placement & Employment Support Services initiative is promoting the return to work. By 2016, 3,072 people had been placed in new jobs.
                Social Security Organisation Malaysia, Job Placement & Employment Support Services of 2008 (Return to Work Programme)
Social Security Organisation (SOCSO), Malaysia, Malaysia

              • In her office a young woman with red hair and a leopard patterned blouse sits in front of a screen and participates in an online accessibility training course.

                Online accessibility training for civil servants

                SENADIS, the National Disability Service of Chile, launched an online accessibility training programme for civil servants, called Preparados para Incluir, that offered three courses centred around accessibility, its legal framework, general principles, and access to ICT.
                SENADIS - National Service for the Disabled Chile, Preparados para Incluir (Ready to Include), Chile

              • Two young men stand leaning on a decorative wooden shelf and smiling. The word ‘Helsinki’ is behind them on the wall.

                Municipality-funded work coaches for people with disabilities

                The service provides individual work coaching for people with disabilities. It is free of charge and aims to find full or part-time employment for its users. The programme has had between 240 and 273 users per year for the last three years. The number of those who found a job increased to 342 in 2019.
                City of Helsinki, Supported Employment Service, Finland

              • Helping disabled employees understand their rights

                From 2008 to June 2012, People First NZ ran an employment advocacy service, Works4Us, to assist disabled workers to understand their employment rights and in issues of employment. As part of this service Work4Us developed an Easy Read Individual Employment Agreement to assist workers with learning disabilities.
                People First New Zealand Inc., Helping disabled employees understand their rights, New Zealand

              • Disability-led centres providing a range of services for independent living

                FOH centres are run entirely by people with disabilities and aims to offer comprehensive services for such people in their home and throughout their daily lives. In 2017, 47 homes were adapted, 223 people were provided with transport, 120 people took part in sport or the arts, and 2,435 assistive devices were provided.
                Forum of the Handicapped, Lebanon

              • Felting and knitting skills as the key to self-employment

                EPSA produces and sells a variety of felting and knitting products made by young women with disabilities. Participants in their vocational training are provided with meals and accommodations. Since 2009, almost 400 young women have benefited from being trained and equipped to work on a self-employment base.
                EPSA - Entire Power in Social Action, Employment programme for young women with physical disabilities., Nepal

              • A woman using a laptop.

                Private company joins a university in training students in web accessibility

                "Los Laboratorios de Accesibilidad Web" (Web Accessibility Laboratories) is a project for improving web accessibility expertise in Latin America. The approach is based on a training course and the development of web accessibility assessment tools. Since the start in 2015, 150 programmers and designers have passed the course.
                Hearcolors, The Web Accessibility Laboratories, Mexico