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The employment situation of people with disabilities

Towards improved statistical information

International Labour Organization (2007)

Tipologia documento

Convention / Treaty

Editore

International Labour Office

Città

Geneva, Swiss

Formato

PDF

Pagine

87

ISBN

978-92-2-120152-6; 978-92-2-120153-3 (web pdf)

Lingua

EN

Abstract / Indice dei contenuti

Preface

Introduction

1. Indicators on the employment situation of people with disability

1.1 The decent work concept

1.2 Measuring decent work with statistical indicators

2. Current situation

2.1 Statistics on the total labour force

2.2 Statistics on the employment situation of people with disabilities

2.2.1 Data sources

2.2.2 Coverage of sources

2.2.3 Disability information

2.2.4 Employment information

2.3 Conclusions  

3. Measuring the economically-active population

3.1 The economically-active population

3.1.1 Scope of the population

3.1.2 Scope of economic activity  

3.1.3 Measurement issues

3.2 Employment

3.2.1 Definition

3.2.2 The one hour criterion

3.2.3 Particular groups

3.2.4 Measurement of hours of work

3.3 Unemployment

3.3.1 Definition

3.3.2 Relaxation of the standard definition

3.3.3 Measurement

3.4 Major economic classifications

3.5 Conclusions

4. Measuring disability

4.1 Conceptual framework of the WHO

4.1.1 International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF)

4.1.2 WHO health measures

4.2 UN guidelines and recommendations on disability statistics

4.2.1 Guidelines and principles for the development of disability statistics

4.2.2 Principles and recommendations for population and housing censuses

4.3 The work of the Washington Group

4.3.1 Basic principles and recommendations

4.3.2 Questions on disability  

4.4 Conclusions

5. Final remarks

References

Glossary

Annex I: Question set on disability

Annex II: Tables for the tabulation of Indicators

Soggetto

Lavoro, occupazione

Ultimo aggiornamento

29/4/2010