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Gesetz zur Verbesserung der Integration von Menschen mit Behinderungen im Freistaat Sachsen (Sächsisches Integrationsgesetz – SächsIntegrG) (Law to improve the integration of people with disabilities in the state of Saxony)

Government of Saxony Country Resources Disability Legislation Saxony 28 August 2004 Legislation/regulation community, social development

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Ziel des Gesetzes ist es die Benachteiligung von Menschen mit Behinderungen zu beseitigen und zu verhindern, sowie die gleichberechtigte Teilhabe von Menschen mit Behinderungen am Leben in der Gesellschaft zu gewährleisten und ihnen eine selbstbestimmte Lebensführung zu ermöglichen. Die letzte Änderung des Gesetzes erfolgte am 30.07.2005. Das Gesetz wurde am 28.01.2014 in die MiNDbank hochgeladen.

Aim of the law is to eliminate discrimination against people with disabilities as well as to prevent and to ensure the equal participation of people with disabilities in society and to enable them to live an independent life. The law was last updated on 30/07/2005 and was uploaded to the MiNDbank on 28/01/2014.

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