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  1. Jordania - Trabajadores inválidos - Ley

    Law No. 20 of 2017 on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. - Legislation online in Arabic Legislation online in English

    Adopción: 2017-06-01 | JOR-2017-L-108108

    Article 3 For the purpose of implementing the provisions of this Law:

    a.person with a disability is defined as a person who has long-term physical, sensory, intellectual, mental, psychological or neurological impairment, which, as a result of interaction with other physical and behavioral barriers, may hinder performance by such person of one of the major life activities or hinder the exercise by such person of any right or basic freedom independently.

    b. An impairment will be considered of a long-term nature according to Clause (a) of this Article if the impairment is not expected to disappear in at least (24) months from the date of commencement of treatment or of rehabilitation.

    c. Physical obstacles and behavioral barriers mentioned in Clause (a) of this Article include lack or absence of reasonable accommodation or accessible formats or accessibility, and also include individual behaviors and discriminative institutional practices on the basis of disability.

    d. Major life activities mentioned in Clause (a) of this Article include the following: 1. Eating, drinking, administering, self- care, reading and writing. 2. Movement and mobility. 3. Interaction and concentration, expression and verbal, visual and written communication. 4. Learning, rehabilitation and training. 5. Work.

  2. Jordania - Trabajadores inválidos - Ley

    Protection of the Disabled Law (Law No.12 of 1993) - Unofficial English translation

    Adopción: 1993-03-29 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 1993-04-17 | JOR-1993-L-34967

    Provides for the adoption of a wide range of measures to assist the disabled and uphold their rights to education, training, medical care and employment. Enterprises employing between 25 and 50 workers must employ at least one disabled person; those employing more than 50 workers must include at least two per cent disabled staff in their workforce. Provision is made for the establishment of the National Council for Protection of the Disabled, an inter-ministerial authority responsible for general policy-making in the fields of protection, rehabilitation and education; drafting regulations under the Act; preparing rehabilitation programmes and special educational curricula; etc.

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