Work inclusion becomes value #vdalavora

The socio-employment inclusion of people with disabilities was the center of an event by #Vdalavora and organized by the Department of Economic Development, Training and Employment on Saturday 30 April, in Fénis.

During the meeting ‘Work for All – when inclusion becomes a value’, the meaning of the culture of inclusion was explored, changing its perspective and considering diversity as a value to be cultivated day after day, without improvisation. Theater of the event was the ethical Hotel Comtes de Challant in Fénis.

The structure, through an accessible tourist reception project, integrates and makes professionally grow young people with different forms of disability, in a real working context.

With the special participation of La Pina, radio presenter of Radio Deejay, who has always been attentive to issues related to social inclusion, guests who were able to enhance the role of people with disabilities in the economy and in contemporary society took part: Paolo Calosso, president of the Mont Fallère Social Cooperative, Raffaella Roveyaz, president of the Coop Dragonfly, Lisanna Mancuso, sole director of Sharenergy.

There was also no shortage of testimonies from those who found themselves in difficulty and voices from other regions. The Councilor for Economic Development, Training and Employment, Luigi Bertschy, recalled that this fourth event dedicated to work is part of the actions envisaged by the 2021/23 Labor Policy Plan. According to Bertschy, in order to promote the diffusion of an inclusive work culture, it is essential “to increase a greater awareness of the universal community project among the population, businesses and institutions”. Then, he continued: “Recognizing the potential of work as a tool for inclusion and growth opportunities for companies, in this very delicate phase of the recovery, is a great opportunity to enhance the skills that each person can express in a more easy and welcoming capable of positively influencing the improvement of the performance and results of all workers”.

“We need to be clear: The quality of a civilization can be measured by the respect it has for its weakest members. There is no other criterion. ”

Jérome Lejeune, pioneer in Trisomy 21

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