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Colloque 2000: Structured intervention
The importance of implementing structured intervention
It is important that we implement structured intervention that focuses on disseminating information, networking, sharing expertise, supporting experiments, and showcasing Quebec achievements, in particular those with French content. The preferred structure must be light and perhaps take the form of a consortium, a resource and expertise centre, a network or coalition of partners, etc. Moreover, this structure, which involves permanent and organized leadership without actually creating a new organization (the accent must be placed on the mandate, and not on the structure), must:
- Fully involve people with disabilities;
- Complement the efforts of existing organizations and co-ordinate all actions;
- Make NICTs the mandate (training, information and integration), along with their role in the socio-professional integration of people with disabilities;
- Define the true NICT needs of people with disabilities;
- Work on the creation of a code of ethics for technological development that is accessible to all;
- Lobby governments, in particular, with respect to appropriate regulations to govern NICT development;
- Adopt a strategy that focuses on action and complementarity;
- Be recognized so that interventions are consolidated;
- Be open to international co-operation.
- Promote permanent, organized leadership and structured intervention.
- Set up an electronic discussion forum to encourage discussion and permit improved dissemination of available information.
- Provide a showcase for all interested parties (researchers, companies, users) to promote and research the range of NICTs and their use.
La Commission des partenaires du marché du travail contribue au financement des activités du
Comité d'adaptation de la main-d'oeuvre (CAMO) pour personnes handicapées.
Pour plus de renseignements sur le marché du travail et sur les programmes et services publics d'emploi, consultez le site d'Emploi-Québec.