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              • A young woman with dark hair and wearing white overalls is at a workstation in a workshop. She is handling a metal casing and a drill is attached to the workspace in front of her.

                Online job recruitment platform for people with disabilities

                The online platform includes a behavioural profile and e-learning courses. An algorithm matches candidates to suitable jobs based on geolocation, education, salary requirements, expertise, and behavioural profile. Between 2015 and 2020 over 7,000 people with disabilities have thus found a job.
                Egalite Inclusion & Diversity, Egalite Inclusion & Diversity, Brazil

              • Jobs in kindergartens and elder care for persons with intellectual disabilities

                The project organizes supported long-term traineeships for adults with intellectual disabilities in such areas as kindergarten supervision and elder care so these individuals can access the open labour market.The internships last for 14 weeks, during which each trainee must work at least three hours a week.
                Konekt vzw, Belgium

              • Many women and men are sitting in rows, looking at a podium; in the background are promotional stands.

                Comprehensive job-creation model from East Europe expanding internationally

                The self-funded programme assists people with disabilities to acquire soft skills and professional abilities. Jamba also works with employers and operates a job matching platform. Launched in 2017, by 2020 Jamba has trained more than 590 people, has 58 partner organizations, and has more than 2,000 candidates in its database.
                JAMBA - Career for All, JAMBA - Career For All, Bulgaria

              • Post-secondary inclusion: a path to employment

                IPSE develops inclusive post-secondary education opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities. The initiative has a proven track record, resulting in vastly superior rates of employment for adults with developmental disabilities in a broad array of jobs and careers with less dependency on human services.
                Alberta Association for Community Living, Post-secondary inclusion: a path to employment, Canada

              • A male person has two computer screens and a keyboard in front of him. There is a variety of equipment, such as a screen reader, screen magnification, keyboard with large letters, and a magnifier.

                Workplace adaptations for the blind as a business service

                VIDEBIS is a supplier of visual aids. If a customer is visually impaired an assessment of the visual impairment is carried out, and the best solution in terms of hardware, software, and training is determined. Between 2016 and 2019 more than 1,000 workstations were equipped.
                VIDEBIS GmbH, Workplace Adaptation, Austria

              • A young woman with dark hair sits at a desk in an office. She is talking to a man standing next to her.

                National Training Service making itself accessible and inclusive

                SENA is a public entity for work training and human develop and the only one in Colombia committed to guidelines for inclusion. SENA has counsellors in its 33 offices nationwide and provides 117 mobile training centres for remote regions. In 2019, 1,543 jobs for people with disabilities were placed.
                SENA - The National Training Service Colombia, The National Training Service (SENA), Colombia

              • The EBU job website tells visually impaired people, employers and policy makers across Europe about the huge range of jobs undertaken by visually impaired people. It is part of a range of work carried out by EBU to examine, promote, and facilitate the employment of blind and partially sighted people.
                EBU - European Blind Union, An employment resource for the visually impaired, France

              • This photograph shows a large white accessbile sales room with white desks, red chairs and seating options. In the background employees are servicing their costumers.

                African telecom provider aiming at an inclusive workforce and accessible customer experience

                Safaricom, a major mobile network operator from Kenya, committed to achieving a 5 per cent share of people with disabilities in its workforce by 2025. As part of the company’s Diversity & Inclusion Programme, offices and sales outlets are being made barrier-free and products and services are being made more accessible.
                Safaricom PLC, Diversity & Inclusion Programme, Kenya

              • Universal training and job services for persons with psychosocial disabilities

                Shekulo Tov provides job-seeking people with psychosocial disabilities with constant and flexible support. Job applicants are offered a number of options, including vocational rehabilitation, skills development, and training programmes. Participants also receive training to measure their professional progress.
                Shekulo Tov Group, vocational rehabilitation training, Israel

              • 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