Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (Disabled Persons) Convention, 1983

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ILO Convention
C159
Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (Disabled Persons) Convention, 1983
Date of adoption June 20, 1983
Date in force June 20, 1985
Classification Disabled Persons
Subject Employment policy and Promotion
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Termination of Employment Convention, 1982 Labour Statistics Convention, 1985

Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (Disabled Persons) Convention, 1983 is an International Labour Organization Convention.

It was established in 1983, with the preamble stating:

Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to vocational rehabilitation...[1]

Ratifications[edit]

As of 2013, the treaty has been ratified by 82 states.

Country Date Notes
Afghanistan 2010-04-07 -
Argentina 1987-04-14 -
Australia 1990-08-07 -
Azerbaijan 1992-05-19 -
Bahrain 1999-02-02 -
Bolivia 1996-12-19 -
Bosnia and Herzegovina 1993-06-02 -
Brazil 1990-05-18 -
Burkina Faso 1989-05-26 -
Chile 1994-10-14 -
China 1988-02-02 -
Colombia 1989-12-07 -
Costa Rica 1991-07-23 -
Côte d'Ivoire 1999-10-22 -
Croatia 1991-10-08 -
Cuba 1996-10-03 -
Cyprus 1987-04-13 -
Czech Republic 1993-01-01 -
Denmark 1985-04-01 -
Dominican Republic 1994-06-20 -
Ecuador 1988-05-20 -
Egypt 1988-08-03 -
El Salvador 1986-12-19 -
Ethiopia 1991-01-28 -
Fiji 2004-12-01 -
Finland 1985-04-24 -
France 1989-03-16 -
Germany 1989-11-14 -
Greece 1985-07-31 -
Guatemala 1994-04-05 -
Guinea 1995-10-16 -
Hungary 1984-06-20 -
Iceland 1990-06-22 -
Ireland 1986-06-06 -
Italy 2000-06-07 -
Japan 1992-06-12 -
Jordan 2003-05-13 -
Republic of Korea 1999-11-15 -
Kuwait 1998-06-26 -
Kyrgyzstan 1992-03-31 -
Lebanon 2000-02-23 -
Lithuania 1994-09-26 -
Luxembourg 2001-03-21 -
Macedonia[1] 1991-11-17 -
Madagascar 1998-06-03 -
Malawi 1986-10-01 -
Mali 1995-06-12 -
Malta 1988-06-09 -
Mauritius 2004-06-09 -
Mexico 2001-04-05 -
Mongolia 1998-02-03 -
Montenegro 2006-06-03 -
Netherlands 1988-02-15 -
Nigeria 2010-08-26 -
Norway 1984-08-13 -
Pakistan 1994-10-25 -
Panama 1994-01-28 -
Paraguay 1991-05-02 -
Peru 1986-06-16 -
Philippines 1991-08-23 -
Poland 2004-12-02 -
Portugal 1999-05-03 -
Russian Federation 1988-06-03 ratified as the Soviet Union
San Marino 1985-05-23 -
São Tomé and Príncipe 1992-06-17 -
Serbia 2000-11-24 ratified as the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Slovakia 1993-01-01 -
Slovenia 1992-05-29 -
Spain 1990-08-02 -
Sweden 1984-06-12 -
Switzerland 1985-06-20 -
Tajikistan 1993-11-26 -
Thailand 2007-10-11 -
Trinidad and Tobago 1999-06-03 -
Tunisia 1989-09-05 -
Turkey 2000-06-26 -
Uganda 1990-03-27 -
Ukraine 2003-05-15 -
Uruguay 1988-01-13 -
Yemen 1991-11-18 -
Zambia 1989-01-05 -
Zimbabwe 1998-07-27 -

References[edit]

  1. ^ Referred to by the United Nations as "The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" due to the Macedonia naming dispute.

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