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Evaluation des Nationalen Aktionsplans der Bundes­regierung zur Umsetzung der UN-Behindertenrechts­konvention (Evaluation of the National Action Plan on the Implementation of the CRPD)

Government of Germnay; Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs Country Resources disability, Evaluation of Policy, Law, Strategies, Plans, and Services Germany Report CRPD

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Im vorliegenden Gutachten werden sowohl die inhaltliche Ausgestaltung des Nationalen Aktionsplans (NAP) der Bundes­regierung zur Umsetzung der UN-Behindertenrechts­konvention – d.h. sein konzeptioneller Aufbau und die enthaltenen Maßnahmen – als auch die Rolle der verschiedenen Akteure sowie die Prozesse während der Entwicklung und bisherigen Umsetzung des NAP im Kontext der Anforderungen der UN-BRK untersucht. Das Gutachten beschäftigt sich zudem mit der Frage, inwiefern das Thema Wirkungsanalyse im gegenwärtigen NAP bereits verankert ist und umgesetzt wird.


This report examines the content as well as the role of different actors and processes during the development and implementation of the National Action Plan on the Implementation of the CRPD. It gives recommendations what could be improved during future implementation and answers questions concerning the degree of incorporation of impact assessments in the current implementation of the action plan.

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