By Jeremy Cooper
This can be an updated dialogue of all points of the legislation because it applies to incapacity. It presents info on: felony definitions of incapacity - either actual and psychological; rights and entitlements to housing, schooling, social safeguard and companies for kids; the social version of incapacity; ecu and foreign views; and implications for learn.
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This applies to those individuals whom the 40 LAW, RIGHTS AND DISABILITY Employment Office feels are particularly difficult to employ because of their degree of disability, and to disabled people receiving vocational training within the firm. All severely disabled people whose disability amounts to at least a 50 per cent reduction in working capacity are covered by the SchwbG. In addition the employment office can extend the protection of the law to those with a work-related disability of 30–50 per cent if it is satisfied that the individuals concerned experience difficulty in obtaining or maintaining employment as a result of their disability.
State support therefore usually attempts to make the employment of qualified people with disabilities no less attractive than the employment of qualified people without a disability, by removing any extra costs associated with the former. However, as noted above, administrative problems and the emphasis on the goodwill of employers (which does not always exist), has not made such an approach particularly successful. THE EMERGENCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE QUOTA SYSTEM IN EUROPE As already noted, the first quota systems had their origins in the post-World War I period, and only covered disabled veterans.
The new provision is found in Article 13 of the revised Treaty and reads: Without prejudice to the other provisions of this Treaty and within the limits of the powers conferred by it upon the Community, the Council, acting unanimously on a proposal from the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament, may take appropriate action to combat discrimination based on sex, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation. The Article only allows the Community to take action to combat discrimination on the named grounds and does not amount to such action itself.
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