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Aktionsplan der Sächsischen Staatsregierung zur Umsetzung der UNBehindertenrechtskonvention (UNBRK) (Action plan to implement the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities (UN CRPD) in Saxony)

Government of Saxony Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Saxony 8 November 2016 Policy document CRPD, Social Inclusion

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Am 8. November 2016 hat das sächsische Kabinett den Aktionsplan zur Umsetzung der UN-Behindertenrechtskonvention (UN-BRK) beschlossen. Dieser Aktionsplan ist ein Meilenstein im Inklusionsprozess, um die Chancengleichheit von Menschen mit Behinderungen im Freistaat Sachsen zu verbessern und ihre Diskriminierung zu verhindern. Folgende Bereiche werden abgedeckt: Bildung, Arbeit, Mobilität, Familie, Gesundheit und Rehabilitation, Behinderung und Pflegebedürftigkeit, Wohnen, Inklusiver Sozialraum, Gesellschaftliche Partizipation.

On November 8, 2016 the government of Saxony published their action plan for the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities. This action plan is a milestone for achieving social inclusion and equal opportunities for people with disability in Saxony. The action plan focuses on following topics: Education, Employment, Mobility, Family, Health and Rehabilitation, Disability and Care, Housing, Inclusive social environments, participation in society.

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