Support for the professional inclusion of cancer patients and ex-patients and better application of Law 68/99 for the employment of protected categories.
WHAT WE DO
FOR WHOM AND WHERE
Cancer patients and former cancer patients who meet the requirements of Law 68/99, who have been unemployed for more than 24 months and/or have a low educational qualification and/or are at risk of losing their job.
The WORK IS PROGRESS project, implemented by Soleterre in collaboration with AFOL Metropolitana and the Human Age Institute Foundation, aims to promote stable employment opportunities for cancer patients and ex-patients who meet the requirements of Law 68/99 and have been unemployed for more than 24 months and/or have a low level of education (secondary school certificate) and/or are at risk of losing their jobs.
The project’s objectives are:
- To disseminate knowledge and raise awareness among cancer patients and ex-patients about the possibilities of targeted work placement provided by Law 68/99 through the involvement of the local organisations and a dedicated communication campaign.
- To support job placement paths for cancer patients and former cancer patients who meet the requirements of Law 68/99, actively involving the private sector.
- To help cancer patients and former patients who meet the requirements of Law 68/99 to manage the course of their illness by personalised multidisciplinary support measures.
Realized with the contribution of: