The labor market is a cornerstone for economic growth, poverty reduction, and for developing a social protection system. It is the first line of defense for preserving and improving human welfare. Policies that regulate employment must keep up with the demand for skills while satisfying the conflicting interests of multiple stakeholders, including workers, business owners, and government.
This report outlines a set of specific recommended actions for USAID missions in the region of Europe and Eurasia regarding how to support the development of vocational skills training and employment-related services that are consistent with a ¨rights-based¨ approach to disability and will effectively contribute to the successful transition of persons with disabilities into gainful empl
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