Social Inclusion

Social Inclusion

SOCIEUX+ supports governments in partner countries to improve their employment policies and to better design and manage their social protection systems. There are actions coming to fruition in Cambodia, Mexico, Cameroon and Peru, among others.
An initiative of the European Commission seeks to enhance knowledge and understanding of economic and social inequalities in order to better respond to this complex development challenge.
The Director-General of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development, Stefano Manservisi, joined Rémy Rioux, Director of the French development agency AFD, in opening AFD’s 13th International Conference on Development on Inequalities and Social Cohesion in Paris.
Interview with Marjeta Jager, Deputy Director-General for International Cooperation and Development   1. How important are jobs and growth to the international development agenda?
The project aims to promote accessible Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for persons with disabilities in the Pacific.
The project aims to support national Disabled Persons Organizations (DPOs) to carry out accessibility audit of key public services buildings, transport facilities and government websites.
Pacific blue print for comprehensive accessibility standards
The 'BazArt Kreasion' social enterprise allows the direct combination of business know-how with social impact and creation of social value. The project supports 50 women in the St Pierre/Moka area to generate disposable income through self-employment in low-income regions to help them be lifted up and be given the option to come out of the poverty circle.
The objective of the project is to strengthen the employability and social integration of children and young persons with hearing impairment.
The Society for the Welfare of the Deaf operates an audiology unit to detect hearing problems.

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