Thirty Questions Guide: Achieving equal opportunities in the workplace for persons with disabilities

Publisher(s)
United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
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Year
2013
Language(s)
Arabic, English
Scope
National
Type of Resource
Research Paper
The right to work not only has a direct impact on the lives of people, but also is an indicator of healthy economy and of the prevalence of social justice, which forms the cornerstone of people's demands in any nation to achieve justice and equal opportunities. The right to work is more significant to people with people suffering from disabilities who are affected by the increase of public debt, budget deficits, and high unemployment rates. This guide encompasses the principles and guidelines that contribute to creating a workplace that is free of physical obstacles and behavioral barriers; whereby fairness and equal opportunities for people with disabilities can be achieved.

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