Module 7

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

    Corporate social responsibility is a self-regulating business model that helps companies be conscious of the impact on all aspects of society, and be accountable for it. It includes to hire diverse kind of persons. Why do they apply CSR as their business model? 1. Acquiring talents 2. Improving productivity 3. Brand reputation 4. […]

Employment

  The principle of “leaving no-one behind” is one of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development goals. Where is it? It was attached on the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), in force since 2008 and ratified by 175 states, EU and G20 included. What means? It is an international framework […]

Education: Productivity and Public Awareness

  The “inclusive educational environment” should be accounted as an investment due to two points.   ECONOMIC Education would increase people’s productivity. It is the conductive environment to discover the skills and activity capacities of people with disabilities. They could improve them and be more prone to achieve a job in the future. The consequences […]

Enterprise: Investments

    When a company decides to hire a disable person, it uses to receive a contribution by the State as a reward. The most commonly used measures are subsidies for investment, for the adaptation of jobs, reserve quotas, selective access positions, reserve quota. They do not oblige employers but provide a financial bonus for […]

Public Administrations: Social Contributions

  Reduce health care expenditures. As said before, inactivity could end in depressive states. They would mean a greater consumption of health care that they would not whether disability people could achieve a job.     Hence, other potential result of inclusive society would be the enhancement in social security contributions.  

People with Disabilities: Quality Life and Financial Independence

  Which society factors may influence people with disabilities? Their immediate social environment (family, relatives, acquaintances) Their fellows, co-workers. General patterns of culture, their neighborhood, organizations and community. Providing the necessary adjustments in one of them could contribute to the wealth care of the disability person not only internally but also socially. The most repercussive […]

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