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10 Behindertenpolitische Leitlinien des Landes Berlin zur nachhaltigen Umsetzung der UN – Behindertenrechtskonvention bis zum Jahr 2020 (10 disability policy guidelines of the state of Berlin for the sustainable implementation of the UN CRPD until 2020)

Government of Berlin Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Berlin 7 June 2011 Guidelines CRPD

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Die "10 Behindertenpolitischen Leitlinien des Landes Berlin zur nachhaltigen Umsetzung der UN – Behindertenrechtskonvention bis zum Jahr 2020" sollen zur unverzüglichen Umsetzung der UN-Behindertenrechtskonvention in Berlin beitragen. Folgende Inhalte werden abgedeckt: (1) Bewusstseinsbildung, (2) Barrierefreiheit, (3) Bildung, (4) Arbeit/Beschäftigung, (5) Beteiligung, (6) Teilhabe, (7) Selbstbestimmung, (8) Gleichbehandlung, (9) Sicherstellung, (10) Überprüfung.

The "10 disability policy guidelines of the state of Berlin for the sustainable implementation of the UN CRPD until 2020" were created to ensure a timely and sustainable implementation of the CRPD in the state of Berlin. They cover the following 10 issues: (1) Awareness raising (2) Accessibility (3) Education, (4) Employment, (5) Participation of people with lived experience of disability in policy and decision making (6) Participation in society (7) Autonomy (8) Equal treatment (9) Provision of adequate financial & personal resources (10) Evaluation.

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