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Verkhovna Rada discussed the employment of young people with special needs

28.03.2018

How to facilitate occupational orientation and employment of young people with special educational needs. This was discussed at a round table format organized by the Parliamentary Committee on Family Matters, Youth Policy, Sports and Tourism.

In particular, the meeting participants suggested starting with professional adaptation, as well as inclusive leisure, for which it is necessary to unite the efforts of the state, public and private organizations. Also, experts suggested developing a draft law, for creation of which the experience of charitable organizations will be used. The Rinat Akhmetov Foundation shared its experience in this field. For more than three years, the Center has been running projects of humanitarian assistance, as well as physical and psychological rehabilitation, thanks to which about 137 thousand of children received help.

“The Humanitarian Center is the largest program of the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation and the largest humanitarian mission in Ukraine. Helping children is a priority of the Humanitarian Center work. Special attention is paid to the victims in Donbas. Over the course of the Center’s work, more than 100,000 children with war-time trauma received help in form of a number of projects. This year, the project of summer rest and psychological recovery “Peaceful Summer for Donbas Children” will continue working, within the framework of which 3,500 teenagers have already received help,” Roman Rubchenko noted.

The importance of the Foundation was also noted by other participants of the round table.

“The Foundation solves all issues in a complex manner. This includes physiological, intellectual, and social rehabilitation. That is, a person should feel that they are needed. The government program can use help of the best practices (of the Foundation, – ed.) of the system problem solution, such as proposals to the legal field, and the creation of a unified chain of assistance,” says Kseniia Karbovska, Head of the charitable organization “Special World”.

In turn, Head of the All-Ukrainian Women Movement “Women for Changes” Inna Sylantieva noted that today’s charitable organizations play a big role in solving acute social problems, especially when they act together.

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