Green jobs for persons with disabilities

  • Duration 25 Min.
  • Video Language en

The key takeaway from the session will be to demonstrate that one can build businesses/startups that operate under the principles of the Circular Economy that can not only become profitable and sustainable in the mid/long term, but can also be a powerful lever to create jobs for persons with disabilities as a way to address their current levels of unemployment that generally result in poverty and has to be alleviated public expenditure in social benefits/pensions, etc.

Albert Mollah, Access Bangladesh Foundation, Bangladesh
Virginia Ródenas Parra, Grupo Envera, Spain
Marion Lichti, AfB gemeinnützige GmbH, Germany
Rodrigo Carvajal, Seco Chile, Chile
Mimi Legesse, Teki Paper Bags, Ethiopia
Ricardo García Bahamonde, Zero Project, Spain

Zero Project Mission Statement:
Our mission is working for a world with zero barriers.

The Zero Project finds and shares models that improve the daily lives and legal rights of all persons with disabilities, worldwide.


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