The disabled person encounters different setbacks throughout his life. These are situations and exclusion, prejudice and lack of access to basic rights, such as access to the market and work, for example. In this sense, the social inclusion highly sought not only by people with disabilities, but by every individual who feels excluded in some way, from social life, however, the parameters to define what that inclusion is are vague or difficult to quantify, as well how sparse, though urgent, are the actions in the search for placing these people in the labor market. However, in December 2019, bill Bill 6.159/ 2019 was presented to the House of Representatives, which exempts companies from hiring disabled people and imposes on them, as an alternative, the payment of a fine to the rehabilitation fund, the which means a real social setback in the rights already achieved by this category. Thus, the objective of this course conclusion paper is to discuss the bill 6.159 / 2019 and the guarantee of access of people with disabilities to the labor market in the light of the principle of the prohibition of social retrogression.
Keywords: Disabled person; Fundamental rights; PL 6,159 / 2019; Prohibition against social setback.