Social, sustainable inclusion of persons with disabilities in the working processes of horticultural farms – feasibility study

IRMA

8
Year:
2019
Country/Region:
Vienna
Sector:
Public Administration
Fields of action:
Work / Unemployment / Professional qualification
Disability
Adult education / Awareness raising
Age of the target group:
above 60 years = seniors
26 - 60 years = adults
19 - 25 years = young adults
Gender of the target group:
all genders
Project owner:
Bundesministerium für Nachhaltigkeit und Tourismus (Bundesministerium für Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft)
Responsible person:
Assoc. Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Elisabeth Quendler MSc.
Website:
https://www.nas.boku.ac.at/ilt/forschung/
Votes in total: 24

What is it about?

Disabled Persons (DP) who are cared for and work in day care institutions are not able to participate in the public workforce. The aim is to provide sound scientific foundations and best practice examples for the socially sustainable establishment of cooperative work between social institutions with a day care structure and small and medium-sized horticultural companies.