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'The court found the legislature had failed “to take measures to ensure that no one is at risk of being disadvantaged on the basis of disability in the allocation of life-sustaining treatment if shortages in intensive care resources arise.” The court ordered lawmakers to introduce stronger measures based on the constitutional right to nondiscrimination. They should consider disability rights training for medical staff and the creation of stronger procedures to identify disabilities.'
Let's let the lifts glow: disabled people call to test accessibility of stations. (In German, Apr, Kobinet Nachrichten)
Translating Human Rights in Education: The Influence of Article 24 UN CRPD Comparing the meanings of inclusive education in Nigeria and Germany, and how the development of inclusive education has depended on “institutionalized special education” rather than a rights-based approach. (2022, University of Michigan Press)
A higher fee for larger employers who do not fulfil obligations to employ people with severe disabilities. (May, Deutschlandfunk)
Demands for more inclusion in the health and care system (In German, Aug, EU-Schwerbehinderung)
Uncovering a life deemed “unworthy of life”. “Why the Story of Hans Heinrich Festersen—Gay, Disabled, and Murdered by the Nazis—Matters” (2022, Zocalo Public Square)
Blind Syrian granted asylum, is allowed to stay in Germany (2022, InfoMigrants)