Monitoring izveštaj o zapošljavanju osoba sa invaliditetom u Republici Srbiji za 2011.

U sklopu dvogodišnjeg projekta (2011-2012) "Promocija inkluzivnog tržišta rada za osobe sa invaliditetom u Republici Srbiji " koji implementiraju Centar za orijentaciju društva - COD u partnerstvu sa Beogradskim centrom za ljudska prava i lokalnim organizacijama osoba sa invaliditetom pripremili smo izveštaj o zapošljavanju osoba sa invaliditetom.

Izveštaja se može preuzeti na linkovima u nastavku:

Izveštaj Zapošljavanje osoba sa invaliditetom u Republici Srbiji 2011 - PDF

 

Monitoring report on employment of Persons with Disabilities in Serbia for 2011

With in the frame of the two years (2011-2012) project "Promotion of inclusive labor market for Persons with Disabilities in Republic of Serbia" that is implemented by Center for Society Orientation - COD in partnerships with Belgrade Center for Human Rights and local disabled people organizations from eight municipalities report on employment of PWD's has been produced.

Report on Serbian can be downloaded directly on the link bellow. English version will come in due time.

Monitoring report on employment of Persons with Disabilities in Serbia for 2011 - PDF

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SUPPORT TO DISABLED PEOPLE ORGANIZATIONS

Center for Society Orientation - COD contributed to the development of Handicap International Policy Paper on Support to Disabled People organizations.

Policy paper can be downloaded from our Resource Center, or directly on the link bellow:

Policy Paper DPO's Capacity Building

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The Fourth Session of the Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities will be held at UN Headquarters in New York from 7 to 9 September 2011.

The Conference will include a high-level segment and general debate, as well as two Roundtables entitled “Realizing the CRPD through international cooperation” and “Ensuring effective and full participation in political and public life”. This session will also include an informal meeting entitled “Realizing the right to work”, as well as an interactive dialogue on the implementation of the Convention”. Background notes and other details are available on the United Nations Enable website at: http://www.un.org/disabilities/default.asp?id=1571.
During the Conference, almost 40 side-events will be organized by Governments, UN agencies and national human rights institutions, as well as non-governmental organizations and organizations of persons with disabilities. A detailed list of side-events is available at: http://www.un.org/disabilities/default.asp?id=1584.

A day prior to the opening of the Conference, the Civil Society Forum will be organized by the International Disability Alliance (IDA) with the support of the Department of Economic and Social Afffairs (DESA).

Source: www.un.org/disabilities

 

 

European Union ratifies the UN CRPD

The ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities by European Union on 23 December 2010 has increased the number of the States Parties to the CRPD to 97 while the Optional Protocol has 60 ratifications.

The number of signatures of the Convention is 147 while the Optional Protocol has 90 signatures.

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Millennium Development Goals and Disability*

The General Assembly of UN accepted the Millennium Declaration in September 2000. The member countries of UN have pledged to work for the development problems of the world. The goals were set to meet the needs.

The MDGs will fail if Persons with Disabilities are excluded – See the reasons below:

MDG1. Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
-    82 % of disabled people live below the poverty line in developing countries (UN)
-    20 % of impairments are caused by malnutrition (DFID 2000)

MDG 2. Achieve universal primary education
-    98 % of children with disabilities in developing countries do NOT attend schools (UNESCO)
-    The global literacy rate for adults with disability is 3 % (Helander 1998)

MDG 3. Promote gender equality and empower women
-    Abuse of disabled women and disabled girls. A survey in Orissa, India found that 100 % of disabled women and girls were beaten at home, 25 % of women with learning disabilities had been raped and 6 % of disabled women had been forcibly sterilized (Mohapatra, Mohanty 2004).

MDG 4. Reduce child mortality
-    Mortality for disabled children is as high as 80 % even in countries where under-five mortality is below 20 % (DFID 2000)

MDG 5. Improve maternal health
-    20 million women per year experience disability from complications during pregnancy and in childbirth (UNFPA 2003)

MDG 6. Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases
-    Disabled people are most vulnerable to HIV and AIDS: victims of sexual abuse, restricted access to information or services, prevalence of HIV infection in mothers of children with disabilities is twice that of other groups (Yousafzi and Edwards 2004, Grooce 2004) (CBMI Tanzania study).

MDG 7. Ensure environmental sustainability
-    100 million people have disabling conditions due to malnutrition, inadequate sanitary facilities and inadequate health care. Poor environmental planning perpetuates exclusion – we call for inclusive, social and environmental planning.

MDG 8. Develop a global partnership for development

-    The international disability movement successfully mobilized for a UN Convention on the Rights of Disabled Persons. The Convention was accepted in December 13 th 2006 and is on the process of ratification.

*Source http://www.fidida.fi/english/MDG/

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