Equal opportunities on the labour market

External practice


Two days




Feel the difficulties of people with disabilities to find a job and to develop their lives.


There are huge differences between countries when it comes to facilitating the entry into the labor market of people with functional diversity.

Inclusion in schools/education institutes Inclusion in trade unions Inclusion in emergency situations (e.g. COVID 19, environmental disasters, etc.) Gender pay and pension gap Work-life balance Vertical segregation in the teaching profession Horizontal segregation in the teaching profession Gender equality in decision-making positions in education trade union Gender-based violence and harassment Gender equality linked to wider societal issues (e.g. ageing, migration, political situation, religion) Gender stereotypes Gender equality in the wider labour market Gender-based discrimination Homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying and harassment Integration of LGBTI issues in curricula Raising awareness and understanding on LGBTI issues Safe and healthy working environment for LGBTI teachers, academics, and other education personnel Inclusion of LGBTI members in trade union work Xenophobia, racism and prejudices Cultural and social attitudes Linguistic barriers Recognition of qualifications Targeted support for students from migrant/refugee background and ethnic minority groups Targeted support for education personnel from migrant/refugee background and ethnic minority groups Inclusion of members from migrant/refugee background and ethnic minority groups in trade union work Integration of culturally sensitive content in curricula Support for education in refugee reception centres Understanding socio-economic disadvantage Supporting students from a disadvantaged socio-economic background
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