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Evaluation des Behindertengleichstellungsgesetzes (BGG) (Evaluation of the Law on Equal Treatment of Persons with Disabilities)

University of Kassel Government of Germany Country Resources disability, Evaluation of Policy, Law, Strategies, Plans, and Services Germany 31 May 2014 Report equality, Social Inclusion

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Die Evaluation des BGG soll verlässliche Erkenntnisse liefern, ob alle Gruppen von Menschen mit Behinderungen (insbesondere auch Menschen mit sogenannter geistiger Behinderung) ausreichend berücksichtigt worden sind und sich die Instrumente des BGG (z. B. die Zielvereinbarungen und das Verbandsklagerecht) in der Praxis bewährt haben.

The evaluation of the BGG delivers reliable results regarding the implementation of this law. It provides information on whether all people with different kinds of disabilities (particularly those with mental disabilities) were sufficiently considered in the law and whether the law has proved to be effective in practice.

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