Archiv für den Tag 23. Juni 2011
Hinweis für iranische Ärzte / Ingenieure der Fachrichtung Maschinen- und Fahrzeugbau sowie der Elektrotechnik
Nach einem Beschluss der Bundesregierung vom 22. Juni 2011 können ab sofort ausländische Ärzte und Ingenieure der Fachrichtung Maschinen- und Fahrzeugbau sowie der Elektrotechnik, die aus Drittstaaten kommen, ohne die so genannte Vorrangprüfung zum deutschen Arbeitsmarkt zugelassen werden. Voraussetzung für eine Zulassung ist, dass die Arbeitsbedingungen, vor allem die Höhe des Gehaltes, denen vergleichbarer inländischer Arbeitnehmer entsprechen.
Bisher hat die Zentrale Auslands- und Fachvermittlung (ZAV) eine Vorrangprüfung durchführen müssen, bevor ein ausländischer Akademiker und Nicht-EU-Bürger für eine Arbeitsstelle in Deutschland zugelassen werden konnte. Bei dieser Prüfung suchte die ZAV nach inländischen Arbeitskräften für die Stelle. Wurde niemand gefunden, konnte für den Akademiker aus dem Ausland die Zustimmung erteilt werden.
Gegenwärtig suchen deutsche Arbeitgeber verstärkt nach Ärzten und Ingenieuren der Fachrichtungen Maschinen- und Fahrzeugbau sowie der Elektrotechnik. Daher hat die Bundesregierung beschlossen, dass Menschen aus Drittstaaten mit diesen Abschlüssen ohne Vorrangprüfung eingestellt werden können – es wird nur noch überprüft, ob die im Arbeitsvertrag festgelegten Bedingungen die in Deutschland in diesem Bereich üblichen sind.
Die Bundesagentur für Arbeit (BA) hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt, diesen Beschluss durch ein beschleunigtes Zustimmungsverfahren umzusetzen. Die ZAV wird für diese Nicht-EU-Bürger innerhalb von 48 Stunden eine Entscheidung über die Zulassung zum Arbeitsmarkt treffen.
Mit der Zulassung von Nicht-EU-Bürgern aus den entsprechenden Berufsgruppen zum deutschen Arbeitsmarkt können offene Stellen in kürzester Zeit besetzt werden. Damit leistet die BA einen Beitrag zur Strategie gegen den drohenden Fachkräftemangel.
Sollten Sie Fragen hierzu haben, die Flüchtlingshilfe Iran e.V. 2010 hilft gerne weiter, auch bei der Anerkennung IHRES Abschluß können wir Sie unterstützen.
Weiterführende Informationen können dem Internet unter nachfolgendem Link entnommen werden. www.zav.de > Arbeitsmarktzulassung
Informationen zum Hörfunkservice der Bundesagentur für Arbeit finden Sie im Internet unter www.ba-audio.de.
AP: „Iran’s president says his country isn’t afraid of making a nuclear weapon but doesn’t intend to do so. Iranian state television on Thursday quoted President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as saying: ‚If we do want to make a bomb, we are not afraid of anybody.‘ Iran has long insisted that its nuclear programs are peaceful and meant only to generate power for a future nuclear reactor network. But the U.N. Security Council has passed four sets of sanctions against Iran for refusing to freeze activities that could be used in a weapons program. The U.N. says Iran also blocked an IAEA probe into allegations of secret experiments that could reflect attempts to develop an arms program.“http://t.uani.com/kUhybu
Reuters: „EU states reached a political agreement on Wednesday to extend sanctions against Syria to four military-linked entities and seven individuals, including three Iranians, linked to suppression of dissent, EU diplomats said. In May, the European Union added Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and other senior officials to a list of Syrians banned from traveling to the EU and subject to asset freezes. ‚There is a political agreement on extending the list,‘ an EU diplomat said, adding that the new sanctions would take effect on Friday, once all 27 EU states have written on Thursday to give their formal approval. The new sanctions list was drawn up by Britain and France and would bring the total number of individuals and entities targeted by EU sanctions on Syria to 34. The diplomat said the Iranians were involved in providing equipment and support to help suppression of dissent in Syria, in which rights groups say 1,300 civilians have been killed. ‚We welcome the inclusion of three Iranian names in the extended round of sanctions on the Syrian regime,‘ a British government spokesman said. ‚This sends a clear message to the government of Iran that its provision of equipment and technical advice to help the Syrian regime quash protests is unacceptable.'“http://t.uani.com/mqfcz6
In an interview with the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran, Noble Peace Prize Laureate Shirin Ebadi discussed the hunger strike embarked on by 12 political prisoners in protest of the death of Hoda Saber. Ebadi told the Campaign that the deaths of Iranian political prisoners is systematic, and that the Iranian government has caused the deaths of many political prisoners over the years. “The demands of the hunger strikers are logical and yet simple demands–to identify and hold accountable the individual who caused Hoda Saber’s death. The individual is known and some political prisoners testify that he even told them his name. Also, [they demand that] those who caused the death of Haleh Sahabi must be arrested and tried in a fair trial, where people are allowed to be present, so that the facts are known. These are their demands. Delivering these demands are the Islamic Republic’s responsibility on principle,” Ebadi said.
The twelve prisoners inside Evin Prison’s Ward 350, who have been on hunger strike for two days protesting the deaths of Hoda Saber and Haleh Sahabi, told their families that they will continue their strike until there is conditions change. The wives of two of the prisoners, Feyzollah Arab Sorkhi and Emad Behavar, provided some information to the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran.
Maryam Sharbatdar Ghods, Arab Sorkhi’s wife, described her husband’s conditions: “I don’t know about his physical condition. This is, after all, the third day of his hunger strike. My husband and I always had a negative perception of hunger strikes, as we thought when there are more appropriate ways for protesting a situation, why should one endanger his life through a hunger strike? I don’t know what the conditions inside prison were like for him to choose a hunger strike against his beliefs. A man was killed before their very eyes, after all. I believe that the decision he’s made is not an emotional one. He was sure this is the only way in which he can get his voice heard,” Sharbatdar Ghods said.
Photojournalist Maryam Majd, who had been reported “missing,” has been arrested, a source close to Majd family told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran on condition of anonymity. According to the source, Majd called home yesterday to inform her family of her whereabouts, but the family is under pressure not to talk to the media. The source told the Campaign that on the evening of 16 June, four men likely from the Intelligence Ministry, went to Majd’s home and after searching the premises and her room, arrested the sports photographer. The agents also took some of Majd’s personal items with them.
Maryam Majd, a sports photojournalist, was scheduled to arrive in Dusseldorf, Germany on 17 June to photograph the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Petra Landers, a former player on the German National Team who was scheduled to collaborate with Majd on a FIFA book project on female soccer players worldwide, has written a letter to the German Foreign Ministry urging them to ask Iranian authorities to provide information about Majd’s whereabouts.
1325 GMT: All the President’s Men. Aftab cogently summarises the news about the arrest of Mohammad Sharif Malekzadeh of the President’s camp (see 1115 and 1240 GMT), „One step closer to the arrest of (Presidential Chief of Staff Esfandiar) Rahim-Mashai. How will Ahmadinejad respond?“.
1255 GMT: Economy Watch. Iranian Students News Agency reports that 10,000 workers at brick factories in Rashtkhar in Khorassan Province in northeastern Iran have been dismissed because of high energy costs after the Government’s subsidy cuts.
1240 GMT: Ahmadinejad Watch. Mehr has confirmed that Mohammad Sharif Malekzadeh, who stood down as Deputy Foreign Minister earlier this week, was arrested today on charges of financial corruption (see 1115 GMT).
In May, the Iranian regime made the dramatic announcement that it had broken up a US espionage ring, arresting 30 suspected agents and identifying 42 CIA operatives.
The revelation did not quite have the intended impact. In the midst of Iran’s political conflict, some Iranian media put out the possibility that the detainees were members of the „deviant current“ around President Ahmadinejad; there were reports that several senior Government officials, including the heads of departments, had been arrested. Minister of Intelligence Heydar Moslehi finally put out the line that none of the suspects were within the Government.
Now, several weeks later, Iranian outlet Press TV presents the documentary of the „truth“ with loud sound effects, fast-moving images, and the opening warning, „What if the unthinkable does become a reality? Just imagine the chaos if you wake up one morning to find that your city’s transportation system has come to a halt or that ATM machines don’t work.“
So how much of the tale is plausible?
The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran has compiled a list of Iranian prisoners of conscience who have perished while in custody over the years. It should be noted that on 18 June, twelve political prisoners began an “indefinite” hunger strike in Tehran’s Evin prison to protest the ongoing flagrant human rights abuses in the country, in particular the violations of political prisoner rights.
A state terror policy
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