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周海滨:中国商业和残障领域在疫情中的合作和协同

2020-05-23 17:04:20来源:中国人权网

  由中国人权研究会指导,武汉大学人权研究院和奥斯陆城市大学社会工作系、日本立命馆大学生存学研究所、武汉东湖公益服务中心等机构合办的“疫情之下,没有孤岛——疫情防控中的特定群体权利保障”国际视频研讨会5月23日召开。来自中国、日本、英国、挪威、瑞典等国家和地区的20余名人权领域专家学者和社会组织代表参加研讨,100余人在线观摩。国际劳工组织全球商业与残障网络中国分支秘书长周海滨在”议题二 让每个人享受到公平正义:预防和救济针对特定群体的歧视”作题为《中国商业和残障领域在疫情中的合作和协同》的发言,以下为发言摘要:

  发言摘要:

  疫情发生以来,国际劳工组织全球商业和残障网络中国分支与中国的公私领域、残障人组织开展合作,为超过5万名残障青年提供了在线培训。一个在线的融合就业资源中心已经开始、并将提供更多的就业支持。

  前述合作已经在个人、职业发展领域开发了21门培训课程。此外,通过网络研讨会和其他渠道,包括运用社交媒体群组,鼓励残障人发挥创意运用社交媒体(例如视障按摩师拍摄工作视频与更多人分享),在社群之间建立联结,共同应对精神健康问题。

Abstract

In China, the Global Business and Disability Network China Chapter has been working with the public and private sectors and organizations of persons with disabilities. More than 50,000 youth with disabilities have taken part in on-line courses provided since the outbreak of COVID-19. Employment support is being provided already and will be made more intensive through an online inclusive employment resource center. 
 
They have developed 21 courses so far around personal and career development. As well as these courses they are doing webinars, and finding ways for persons with disabilities to connect with each other and work through mental health issues. These include social media groups and encouraging people to use social media creatively (for instance, for massage therapists to make videos about their work for a wider audience).

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周海滨
Haibin ZHOU

  个人简介:

  周海滨,为融易咨询创始人、CEO,国际劳工组织全球商业和残障网络中国分支秘书长,全国心智障碍者家长组织联盟监事长,国际劳工组织残障平等培训认证引导师,北京百行宜众助残法律服务与研究中心理事。曾担任国际劳工组织北京局残障者平等就业项目协调员,2012年起负责协调“用立法促进残障者平等劳动与机会项目(中国)”。他就职期间,与合作伙伴推动在中国建立支持性就业服务体系,以及商业和残障企业网络。

  他在国内外重要出版物公开发表了多篇关于中国残障者尤其是心智障碍者的权利、技能发展和残障者就业和反歧视的文章。

Short bio

Haibin ZHOU is the Founder and Executive Director of Easy Inclusion, the coordinator of ILO Global Business and Disability Network China Chapter, Chief Supervisor of Inclusion China and board member of Beijing Baixingyizhong Legal Service Centre for Persons with Disabilities. In the last five years, he worked in International Labor Office in China and Mongolia as National Programme Coordinator, and coordinating UN Partnership on Rights for Persons with Disabilities in China and ILO Global Business and Disability Network in China.

Before joining ILO, he works in WuHan Evening News as a reporter in 2008 to 2011, and reported on news of Hubei Province and Wuhan City governments and Communists’ Party Committee and National People’s Congress. Mr. Zhou obtained a Master degree in Human Rights and Democratization in University of Sydney, Australia and a master degree in International Law in Institute of International Law in Wuhan University, China. He also obtained a Graduate Certification on International Relations in Johns Hopkins University–Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies. 


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