Eu anti-discrimination policy
People with disabilities in labour market
Profesional rehabilitation and return to the labou...
EU
Situation of disabled people in the EU
The European Action Plan 2008-2009



VALENCIA REGION
Introduction
Structural fu...
Situation of disabled people in the European
              Union:
              United Nations Convention on the Rights of...
European Disability Action Plan for 2004-2010
adopted by the Council in December 2003
On the follow up of the European Yea...
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of
Persons with Disabilities
Adopted by the General Assembly in December 2006
...
11 June 2007
First informal ministerial meeting on disability issues
“Full implementation of the Convention and called on ...
European Disability Action Plan (2006-2007)
( second phase)



Emphasises dignity, fundamental rights, protection against
...
The importance of equal access to inclusive, quality education and lifelong
learning, which are crucial for enabling perso...
Needs:

Statistical and research data allow informed disability policies to be
formulated and implemented at the different...
Invite the Member States and the Commission, in accordance
with their respective competences, to ensure

That people with ...
Accessibility

improving accessibility is a precondition for autonomy, inclusion and
participation, and enables people wit...
Invite the institutions of the European Union
To continue their efforts in providing equal treatment and opportunities to ...
VALENCIA REGION
           Introduction
           Structural funds and employment policy




Fundación Comunidad Valencia...
The Valencian Community in Europe




Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea     www.uegva.info


Delegación de l...
• The Region of Valencia is an area of considerable
  population, economic & geographical importance,
  within the Spanish...
2. VALENCIAN REGION IN FIGURES

                                                  Valencian
                              ...
1. VALENCIAN REGION: 20 YEARS MANAGING EUROPEAN FUNDS
            1994 / 1999                                         2000...
On December 31, 2006:

• The Valencia completed a period as Region
  Objective 1 of the Structural Funds

• Starts a new p...
Convergence with the EU

• The Valencia region has approximately reached
  the EU average income per capita ( 92% of the
 ...
Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea     www.uegva.info

                                                      ...
A region open to collaboration
• We want to share our experience with the
  new regions that have joined the European
  pr...
Structural Funds & Employment policy
The European funds as a region Objective No. 1
has enabled the Valencia region to car...
POICV 2000-2006
 Axes of employment policy
1. Modernization SERVEF (Valencian Service
   of Employment and Training).

2. ...
“Employment management” Asociated
Centers Programme

• There are currently 73 partners centers
  (associated) in the Comun...
Valencia Region Employment policies

   Targeted at specific situations:
   • Difficult employability groups:
     – Integ...
Employment Integral plans
• Started in 2003
• 18 moths average itinerary
• Adressed to:
   – Dificult employability groups...
Training and employment Itinerary
• Employment paths with more training content.
• Shorter: 9 months
• Target:
  – Unemplo...
SOCIAL ENTERPRISES
ACCESIBILITY: BUILDINGS/CTI/TRANSPORT
GRANT PROGRAMMES 4STABILITY
LOCAL DEVELOPMENT
OPEN LABOUR MARKET
...
CHALLENGES:

SUBSIDY GRANT INCOMPATIBITILY (PART TIME)
OPEN LABOUR: USE TOOLS/INSTRUCTIONS
ADAPTATION WORK PLACE (ALL GROU...
EES
    EUROPEAN EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY
    Contribution of the regions in the Lisbon agenda
    Fundación comunidad Valencia...
2000 Lisbon Council: The Lisbon strategy

Lisbon objective (2000): to become the most competitive and dynamic
knowledge-ba...
2005-2008 Employment Guidelines

1.Implement full employment, improving quality and productivity at work,
and strengthenin...
Regional contribution

Regions can bring some relevant contributions towards the Lisbon objectives:


1.- Promoting econom...
Regional contribution

3. Strengthening social cohesion:

 Creation of support schemes with regard to disadvantaged people...
Regions
Despite the different administrative models, the Regions are all involved in
instigating projects – in partnership...
EUROPEAN PARTNERSHIPS:
AN INSTRUMENT FOR ADDED VALUE

Permanent structures for European partnerships




    Fundación Com...
The Foundation Comunidad Valenciana - Región Europea:
              a new instrument for the Valencian region


          ...
Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea     www.uegva.info


Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
Re-insertion into employment



               SERVEF Subsidy                          Mobility Programmes and Traineeship...
European projects with the involvement of the FCVRE

                     Number of approved projects

                   ...
The engagement of the FCVRE at local and
    regional level is to promote the relations between
    municipalities and pro...
Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea     www.uegva.info


Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea     www.uegva.info


Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
We want to cooperate with you and are open to discuss new
                       ideas for future initiatives


     You m...
More information:
•   www.comunidad-valenciana.com
•   www.gva.es
•   www.gva.es/c_economia/web/html/home_v.htm
•   www.se...
Valencian Regional Office Rue
                                                       de la Loi, 227 – 4th Floor
          ...
Thank you for your kind attention!


Miguel Mares Garcés
Employment & Training
adl@delcomval.be

 Fundación Comunidad Vale...
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  1. 1. Eu anti-discrimination policy People with disabilities in labour market Profesional rehabilitation and return to the labour market SITUATION OF DISABLED PEOPLE IN THE EU: EUROPEAN ACTION PLAN 08-09 Druskininkai, Lithuania 6 March 2008 Mr Miguel Mares Garcés Workshop RTP SP 26485 TAIEX Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  2. 2. EU Situation of disabled people in the EU The European Action Plan 2008-2009 VALENCIA REGION Introduction Structural funds and employment policy EUROPEAN EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY Contribution of the regions in the Lisbon agenda Fundación comunidad Valenciana Región Europea Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  3. 3. Situation of disabled people in the European Union: United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities The European Action Plan 2008-2009 Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  4. 4. European Disability Action Plan for 2004-2010 adopted by the Council in December 2003 On the follow up of the European Year of People with Disabilities, objectives comprehensive social inclusion full achievement of equal opportunities for people with disabilities operational objectives: Full implementation of the Employment Equality Directive 2000/78/EC Successful mainstreaming of disability issues in relevant C. policies, Improving accessibility for all. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  5. 5. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Adopted by the General Assembly in December 2006 http://www.un.org/disabilities/convention/conventionfull.shtml Disability is a human rights issue and a matter of law Aims to ensure that persons with disabilities enjoy human rights on an equal basis with others The basic principles : dignity and individual autonomy non-discrimination, full and effective participation and inclusion in society and in the field of work, respect for difference, equality of opportunity, accessibility, equality between men and women, full enjoyment of all human rights by children Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  6. 6. 11 June 2007 First informal ministerial meeting on disability issues “Full implementation of the Convention and called on the European Commission to ensure that the new priorities of the European Disability Action Plan contribute to the effective implementation of the Convention” Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  7. 7. European Disability Action Plan (2006-2007) ( second phase) Emphasises dignity, fundamental rights, protection against discrimination, fairness and social cohesion. mainstreaming is a key to advancing disability issues and, accordingly, the Disability Action Plan encouraged activity and promoted access to social services while fostering accessible goods and services; persons with disabilities often remain disadvantaged and marginalised, especially in the field of work. Insufficient access to the labour market can mean that persons with disabilities are placed in vulnerable situations in society and exposed to serious risks of discrimination, poverty and social exclusion; Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  8. 8. The importance of equal access to inclusive, quality education and lifelong learning, which are crucial for enabling persons with disabilities to participate fully in society and improve their quality of life; Accessible built environments, transport and Information and Communication Technology (ICT), both in urban and rural areas, Strong correlation between disability and ageing. The number of older people including older people with disabilities is increasing, and there is a growing need in the Community for accessible goods, services and infrastructure/ also mean creating new jobs; women with disabilities often face multiple forms of discrimination, have less independence, less access to education, training, employment, and health services, and therefore often face a greater risk of exclusion, poverty and abuse; Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  9. 9. Needs: Statistical and research data allow informed disability policies to be formulated and implemented at the different levels of governance; Participation of organisations that represent persons with disabilities at national, regional and local levels should be recognised by Member States Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  10. 10. Invite the Member States and the Commission, in accordance with their respective competences, to ensure That people with disabilities enjoy their human rights in full, by: Ratifying and concluding, and then implementing the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, including shared European solutions within a coherent and coordinated approach for the implementation of the UN Convention; support the effective implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities at the different levels of governance, in particular following its conclusion by the Community and ratification by Member States, including through awareness- raising and by financing activities under existing Community programmes such as the PROGRESS Programme Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  11. 11. Accessibility improving accessibility is a precondition for autonomy, inclusion and participation, and enables people with disabilities to enjoy human rights and fundamental freedoms; enhancing labour market participation through the combination of flexible employment schemes supported employment, social economy active inclusion and positive measures like support services, wage subsidies, workplace adaptations The use of assistive technologies and personal assistance, will lead to better employment opportunities for all persons with disabilities and also improve productivity Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  12. 12. Invite the institutions of the European Union To continue their efforts in providing equal treatment and opportunities to all applicants for employment, including people with disabilities. Moreover, the institutions of the European Union are encouraged to further improve the accessibility of their own buildings and facilities.[1] Invite the disabled people’s organisations To continue their coordination so as to communicate their needs to policy makers and to identify and analyse policy options; To participate in the development and implementation of the European Disability Action Plan and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities together with the Commission and Member States. Invite all stakeholders to maintain a dialogue among all stakeholders (including disabled people and their organisations, public authorities, and the social partners) in order to understand each other's needs and to generate consensual solutions; Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  13. 13. VALENCIA REGION Introduction Structural funds and employment policy Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  14. 14. The Valencian Community in Europe Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  15. 15. • The Region of Valencia is an area of considerable population, economic & geographical importance, within the Spanish State • 5 million inhabintants • 2.2 million employed • It is also one of the most dynamic areas of the European Mediterranean Arch. 2000-2006: – Average annual GDP growth: 3.5% – Average annual employment growth 5% Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info 15 Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  16. 16. 2. VALENCIAN REGION IN FIGURES Valencian Spain Region SURFACE km² 23,255 505,182 POPULATION 2006 4,692,499 43,197,684 GDP (per capita US dollars, 2006) 28.724 30.820 Hotel occupation 2005 58.3% 53.5% GDP (gross domestic product, 105 1.086 Billion US dollars, 2005) Unemployment 2005 8.8% 9.2% Imports ( Million € ) 2005 16,911 231,371 Exports ( Million € ) 2005 18,294 153,559 Source: 2005 - 2006 Valencian Statistical Institute and Ministry of Economy Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  17. 17. 1. VALENCIAN REGION: 20 YEARS MANAGING EUROPEAN FUNDS 1994 / 1999 2000 / 2006 1.040 M ecus 2.744 M € ERDF: 607M, ERDF: 2.055M, ESF: 310M, ESF: 476M, Agriculture funds: 123M Agriculture funds: 212M 3000 3000 2500 2500 2000 2000 1500 1500 1000 1000 500 500 0 0 ERDF ESF EAGGF Total ERDF ESF EAGGF Total Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  18. 18. On December 31, 2006: • The Valencia completed a period as Region Objective 1 of the Structural Funds • Starts a new period as RegionalObjective Competitiveness and Employment (phasing in). Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info 18 Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  19. 19. Convergence with the EU • The Valencia region has approximately reached the EU average income per capita ( 92% of the EU 25) • Creation of nearly one million jobs. A growth in employment of 75% since 1995. • Reduction in unemployment: From 22% in 1995 to 9% today. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info 19 Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  20. 20. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info 20 Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  21. 21. A region open to collaboration • We want to share our experience with the new regions that have joined the European project • We bring our learning in the management of the Structural Funds and Know-how helping new regions convergence objective to achieve their goals • Possibility of using instruments avaible in the EU framework Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info 21 Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  22. 22. Structural Funds & Employment policy The European funds as a region Objective No. 1 has enabled the Valencia region to carry out an employment policy itself, which has put the emphasis on certain particularities and specific goals of our own region These resources including the necessary co- financing give a total of € 435 million. (2003-07) Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info 22 Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  23. 23. POICV 2000-2006 Axes of employment policy 1. Modernization SERVEF (Valencian Service of Employment and Training). 2. A model of open collaboration with the social satakeholderss and partners 3. Definition of own employment policies Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info 23 Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  24. 24. “Employment management” Asociated Centers Programme • There are currently 73 partners centers (associated) in the Comunitat Valenciana. • Through them an specialized employment management is done: – Specific sectors of activity – Groups of people (immigration, people with disabilities, risk of social exclusion, etc.). Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info 24 Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  25. 25. Valencia Region Employment policies Targeted at specific situations: • Difficult employability groups: – Integral Employment Plans – Working training workshops – Garantía Social programmes • Reduction of the temporality: – Stability in employment plan Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info 25 Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  26. 26. Employment Integral plans • Started in 2003 • 18 moths average itinerary • Adressed to: – Dificult employability groups – Minimun Working habits – Minimun motivation for employment • 2003-2007 Period: € million 66 • Almost 39.000 participants. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info 26 Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  27. 27. Training and employment Itinerary • Employment paths with more training content. • Shorter: 9 months • Target: – Unemployed with low qualification – Long term unemployed – Social exclusion risk groups – Inmigrants Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info 27 Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  28. 28. SOCIAL ENTERPRISES ACCESIBILITY: BUILDINGS/CTI/TRANSPORT GRANT PROGRAMMES 4STABILITY LOCAL DEVELOPMENT OPEN LABOUR MARKET EMORGA/EMCORP/ETCOTE: INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMMS WITH SSERVICES Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  29. 29. CHALLENGES: SUBSIDY GRANT INCOMPATIBITILY (PART TIME) OPEN LABOUR: USE TOOLS/INSTRUCTIONS ADAPTATION WORK PLACE (ALL GROUPS*) FLEXISECURITY: NEW CHALLENGES Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  30. 30. EES EUROPEAN EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY Contribution of the regions in the Lisbon agenda Fundación comunidad Valenciana Región Europea Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  31. 31. 2000 Lisbon Council: The Lisbon strategy Lisbon objective (2000): to become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion (+ respect for the environment) Facing up the challenges of demographic change and global economic integration (+ enlargement) Need for coordinated action at EU level (governance) ambitious quantitative targets for employment rates for 2010: (70% overall and 60% for women) new or strengthened priorities (such as skills and mobility, lifelong learning). more but also better jobs so as to foster not only competitiveness and economic growth but also greater social cohesion. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  32. 32. 2005-2008 Employment Guidelines 1.Implement full employment, improving quality and productivity at work, and strengthening social and territorial cohesion 2.Promote a lifecycle approach to work 3.Ensure inclusive labour markets, enhance work attractiveness, and make work pay for job-seekers, including disadvantaged people and the inactive 4.Improve matching of labour market needs 5.Promote flexibility combined with employment security and reduce labour market segmentation, having due regard to the role of the social partners 6.Ensure employment-friendly labour cost developments and wage-setting mechanisms 7.Expand and improve investment in human capital 8.Adapt education and training systems in response to new competence requirements Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  33. 33. Regional contribution Regions can bring some relevant contributions towards the Lisbon objectives: 1.- Promoting economic growth: The regional planning of Stockholm in the economic field and education and training; Innovation strategies The creation of Employment and Economic Development Centres; Life long training strategies; The creation of economic development agencies; Consultancy and training for SMEs. 2. Achieving full employment: Regional and local employment strategies; Active employment policies regarding job creation; Modernisation of the employment services. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  34. 34. Regional contribution 3. Strengthening social cohesion: Creation of support schemes with regard to disadvantaged people groups; Creation of working/learning places to improve the link between education and the labour market; Measures regarding prevention of school drop outs. 4. Governance: The formulation of regional employment strategies; Social dialogue; Monitoring and evaluation practices. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  35. 35. Regions Despite the different administrative models, the Regions are all involved in instigating projects – in partnership with other players; Employment and training policies are still insufficiently integrated with policies in other areas that also contribute to competitiveness. However, a number of examples show that where strategic approaches do exist at regional level, policy integration and coordination is improved; Decentralisation encourages policy coordination and integration. Regions that have greater competence achieve a greater degree of policy integration and coordination. Proximity to the issues at stake is therefore a key success factor; Governance is an important factor in the success of employment and training policies. Achievement of positive results in development processes is increasingly dependent on the capacity of the various public and private players to be actively involved in the design and delivery of policies; Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  36. 36. EUROPEAN PARTNERSHIPS: AN INSTRUMENT FOR ADDED VALUE Permanent structures for European partnerships Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  37. 37. The Foundation Comunidad Valenciana - Región Europea: a new instrument for the Valencian region Public Private Partnership (PPP)  Public sector  Private sector Regional Energy, and local saving banks, administrations chambers of commerce, Public organizations universities, pro associations FCVRE Foundation Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea (created in 2003) Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  38. 38. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  39. 39. Re-insertion into employment SERVEF Subsidy Mobility Programmes and Traineeships Subsidy People People EMORGA (year 2005) 99.968.94€ 15 EURODYSEE 5 EMORGA (year 2006) 79.976.49€ 13 Traineeships at other entities 30 (IMPIVA, IVEX, FEPORTS, Development Cooperation) “Young Salary” (year2005) 74.951.05€ 6 TOTAL 35 TOTAL 254.896.48 34 Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas 39
  40. 40. European projects with the involvement of the FCVRE Number of approved projects 41 Valencian budget of approved projects 54.0 Mo € Total budget of approved projects 109.2 Mo € Projects under evaluation 10 projects Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  41. 41. The engagement of the FCVRE at local and regional level is to promote the relations between municipalities and provinces with other European regions • Objetive: promote the participation of municipalities among the transnational cooperation, participation in European projects, agreements in technological and innovation transfer between municipalities, as well as signature of agreements in technical assistance or regional networks. • Local and regional governments can participate in the new strategic objectives of the EU • The local and regional governments can be an example of change innovating directly in municipal structures and improving the services for citizens. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  42. 42. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  43. 43. Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  44. 44. We want to cooperate with you and are open to discuss new ideas for future initiatives You may find further information on our website: www.uegva.info Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  45. 45. More information: • www.comunidad-valenciana.com • www.gva.es • www.gva.es/c_economia/web/html/home_v.htm • www.servef.es Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info 45 Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  46. 46. Valencian Regional Office Rue de la Loi, 227 – 4th Floor B-1040 Brussels Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
  47. 47. Thank you for your kind attention! Miguel Mares Garcés Employment & Training adl@delcomval.be Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea www.uegva.info Delegación de la Comunidad Valenciana en Bruselas
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