The focus is on creating thought leadership and knowledge to unleash the power of diversity and inclusion.Y4J partners with educational institutions and think tanks to become a hub of cutting edge knowledge.Y4J Centre of Inclusion also helps companies, government, ngos, youth with disabilities and their parents and other stakeholders they work with, be free of prejudice and discrimination and be inclusive. This involves changing mindsets by promoting awareness, dialogue, and action for people to recognize diversity as an asset and not an obstacle.
"Businesses benefit when they hire youth with disabilities. Banks and financial institutions get a competitive edge when they begin to hire persons with disabilities. The study highlights several inspiring examples. The initiatives under our Ministry emphasise all inclusive skilling of diverse groups like women and, disabilities ”
Dr.KP Krishnan, IAS, Secretary, Skilling & Entrepreneurship, Government of India at the launch of the Study on “Inclusion of PwDs in the BFSI sector.”, Mumbai
"The government has several schemes to support persons with disabilities to be economically independent and have equal access to opportunities. It is good to see companies , banks are coming forward to hire these youth realising their potential.”
Shakuntala D. Gamlin, IAS, Secretary, Empowerment of Persons with disabilities, at the launch of the BFSI Study ,Mumbai.