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Expand and adapt to four Latin American countries the Inserta labor intermediation model that develops a complete system of accompaniment of people with disabilities (PwD) and companies. The model develops: (i) diagnoses and analysis of socioeconomic, labor and legal contexts; (ii) Inserta Forum with companies and other strategic partners to raise awareness and implement labor inclusion actions; (iii) Labor Intermediation Model with a wide use of technologies for insertion processes and accompaniment to PwD and contracting companies; and (iv) measures to raise awareness about disability from the perspective of Human Rights.
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