E3S Web Conf.
Volume 159, 2020The 1st International Conference on Business Technology for a Sustainable Environmental System (BTSES-2020)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Chapter 6: Decent Work and Economic Growth|
|Published online||24 March 2020|
The formation of ecosystems of employment for persons with disabilities
Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Department of Management, al-Farabi Ave. 71, 050040 Almaty, Kazakhstan
2 Almaty Technological University, Economic and management department, Tole bi str., 100, 050012 Almaty, Kazakhstan
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The problem of employment of persons with disabilities is in the attention of all international organizations, is one of the seventeen sustainable development goals set by the UN, which defined decent work as an opportunity and prospects for personal development of any person, including those with disabilities. The urgency of this problem is becoming more acute in the modern world due to the fact that the number of disabled people is growing. This is due to the aging of the population – older people are at increased risk of disability, – and also because of the global increase in chronic diseases among the population. The article presents a comparative analysis of foreign and domestic experience in forming a social partnership ecosystem in solving the problems of persons with disabilities, analyzes the level of employment of persons with disabilities, and suggests practical steps for all stakeholders, including governments, civil society structures, and organizations of persons with disabilities, to create a favorable environmental ecosystem, develop rehabilitation and support services, and provide appropriate social support, developing inclusive policies and programs, and ensuring the application of new and existing standards and legislation for the benefit of persons with disabilities and the General public, based on a comparative analysis of the ecosystems of leading European States.
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