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  1. Serbia - Disabled workers - Law, Act

    Act of 12 February 2016 to supplement the Act to prevent discrimination against persons with disabilities (Official Gazette 13/16). - Parliament website

    Adoption: 2016-02-12 | SRB-2016-L-104636

    Amends articles 34 and 52 on disabled persons' access to using stamps for signature.

  2. Serbia - Disabled workers - Law, Act

    Act of 13 May 2009 on professional rehabilitation and employment of persons with disabilities. (Zakon o profesionalnoj rehabilitaciji i zaposljavanju osoba s invaliditetom) - Parliament website

    Adoption: 2009-05-13 | SRB-2009-L-84221

    I - General provisions
    II - Rights and obligations of persons with disabilities
    III - Determining capability for employment
    IV - Support for the employment of persons with disabilities
    V - Vocational rehabilitation
    VI - Employment of persons with disabilities
    VII - Active policy measures for the employment of persons with disabilities
    VIII - Special forms of employment of persons with disabilities
    IX - Supervision
    X - Penal provisions
    XI - Final provisions

  3. Serbia - Disabled workers - Law, Act

    Act of 17 April 2006 to prevent discrimination against persons with disabilities. - Zakon o sprecavanju diskriminacije osoba sa invaliditetom

    Adoption: 2006-04-17 | YUG-2006-L-73354

    Part One: Fundamental provisions
    Part Two: General prohibition of discrimination
    Part Three: Particular cases of discrimination
    Part Four: Measures for the promotion of equal rights for disabled persons
    Part Five: Settlement of disputes concerning protection against discrimination due to disability
    Part Six: Penal clauses
    Part Seven: Final provision


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