The latest available EU-level data, from 2019, shows that persons with disabilities in the EU are 24.4 percentage points less likely to be employed than persons without disabilities. Only 50.8 percent of persons with disabilities are employed, compared to 75 percent of persons without disabilities.

Many of the Network's member organizations focus their work on reverting these data and improving the employability of people with disabilities. They presented their initiatives in this webinar, where we got to learn more from their inclusive tools and approaches.

SYNTHESIS - Research & Education Center and AUTISM-VR project.
The project ‘Social Inclusion of People with Autism Spectrum Syndrome through Virtual Reality’ aims to develop tools with the purpose of enhancing social inclusion of people with autism spectrum syndrome, using virtual reality.

Fundacja Imago and Adventure Therapy Programs.
Acquire, develop and maintain the skills necessary for the independent functioning of young people with disabilities from the city of Wrocław, aged 16 to 35, including people with intellectual, physical and mental disorders.

CIPFP Misericordia and Dancefulness project.
Dancing, Mindfulness and Active Psychology to reduce drastically the dropout, build a whole methodological framework for students with disabilities in VET and connect them with the labor market.