In many African countries, people with disabilities still face a lot of challenges and prejudices. In Mozambique, a businessman helps them get a foothold in the labor market and has also founded a soccer team for blind players.
Different bosses, different rights: whether Germans are allowed to strike for better working conditions depends on if they work for a private employer, the church or the state. And that's just one of the rules.
UK unemployment has sunk to a 42-year low, but rising prices mean lower real incomes. The labor market is good at creating jobs, but not so much at raising pay. And just when you thought Brexit couldn't get any better.
People with disabilities run the risk of being excluded from jobs - discrimination still happens in many European countries. Cedric Hocepied, who's deaf, knows that all too well. Maria Christoph reports from Brussels.
A fresh study has revealed that a large number of employers in the United Kingdom are not really aware of the government's planned overhaul of immigration rules. They believe there will be little change.
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