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Nationaler Aktionsplan 2.0 der Bundesregierung zur UN-Behindertenrechtskonvention (UN-BRK) (Second National Action Plan for the Implementation of the CRPD)

Government of Germany Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans Germany 28 June 2016 Policy document CRPD

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Mit der 2. Auflage des Nationalen Aktionsplans zur UN-Behindertenrechtskonvention treibt die Bundesregierung die Inklusion von Menschen mit Behinderungen durch gezielte Maßnahmen auf der Bundesebene weiter voran. Er soll dazu beitragen, dass Inklusion als in allen Lebensbereichen zu berücksichtigendes Prinzip Einzug hält. Der NAP 2.0 setzt auf den ersten Aktionsplan aus dem Jahr 2011 auf und enthält 175 Maßnahmen in 13 Handlungsfeldern. Erstmals bringen sich alle Bundesressorts mit unterschiedlichen Aktivitäten, Projekten und Initiativen in den Aktionsplan ein. Erstmals erfolgt eine Einordnung der Maßnahmen in ein Zielsystem, das auf das Verständnis von Behinderung der UN-Behindertenrechtskonvention aufbaut.

With the second edition of the National Action plan on the Implementation of the CRPD, the German Federal Government takes steps to further promote the inclusion of persons with disabilities through specific targeted measures. The action plan should contribute to inclusion in all areas of life. It builds on the first action plan published in 2011 and contains 175 specific measures for 13 fields of action. For the first time, all federal ministries contributed to the action plan planning different activities, projects and initiatives aimed at inclusion in their respective fields. This second action plan is in line with the understanding and definition of disability outlined in the CRPD.


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