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Here you will find an overview of all videos & background reports about the latest topics.


Inclusion worldwide: Documentary film about people with disability

Graphic: Little girl with one leg and crutches [30/07/2014] 16 countries, 16 projects, 20 life stories of people who live with a disability. Dennis Klein traveled around the world on the trail of the UN convention. He focused a critical view on inclusion and human rights in the whole world. During the REHACARE 2014 Dennis Klein will present his documentary film "Despite everything being Man" in which he gives a voice to people with disability. Inclusion worldwide: Documentary film about people with disability - Read more

Lukas Seidel - That's How He Rolls

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Photo: Lukas Seidel; linked to [30/07/2014] Understanding inclusion – this is the aim of Lukas Seidel’s activities. Consulting and coaching are his passions. Also he often had hard times. Lukas Seidel had to fight about two years only to be allowed to do his driver’s license. Why he is laughing at people who crash into a wall and why he enjoys thunderstorms and loves nibbling, he tells us on Lukas Seidel - That's How He Rolls - Read more

"Diversity, the presence of variety is the new normal"

Photo: Reinhard Schneider Whether you are young or old, have a disability or dementia – sports can contribute a lot to your general well-being. Respective organizations combine programs and activities and provide competent contacts. spoke with Reinhard Schneider, Chairman of the Disabled Sports Association of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, about sports and inclusion."Diversity, the presence of variety is the new normal" - Read more

Constantin Grosch - That's How He Rolls

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Photo: Constantin Grosch; linked to [23/07/2014] Disabled people should have the same rights in handling their income and their asset. Constantin Grosch does not just share this opinion, he also supports it actively. He is committed in this idea politically and professionally. Constantin Grosch wants to fly high! On he talks about developing a small aircraft which also can be flown by people with and without disabilities. Constantin Grosch - That's How He Rolls - Read more

"Adult siblings sooner or later ask the same questions"

Photo: Sascha Velten with his brother Marcel For Sascha Velten, one thing went without saying even when he was a child: as a result of cerebral palsy and tetra spasticity, his younger brother Marcel garnered special attention in their family. Today, the former child sibling Sascha has grown up and together with other like-minded people now offers other adult siblings the chance to exchange views and support one another."Adult siblings sooner or later ask the same questions" - Read more

Susanne Voss - That's How She Rolls

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Photo: Susanne Voss; linked to [16/07/2014] Do what makes you and others happy! Dance! Under that motto Susanne Voss runs as one of plenty volunteers the "Traumdisco-Berlin" – an inclusive disco. On she talks about her astute son with Down’s syndrome who cheerfully dances through his life and how she would like to create her own inclusive meeting place out of her "idea stew".Susanne Voss - That's How She Rolls - Read more

June 2014: Mobility for all

An inclusive society needs accessible mobility solutions. For people with disabilities such conditions are often not given. Whether local or longdistance traffic – spontaneous and independent travelling is often weary and complicated. What the status quo concerning mobility looks like in Germany and other countries, you will get to know in our Topic of the Month June: Mobility for all.June 2014: Mobility for all - Read more

Mobility is (not) a matter of course

Going by bus, train or using your own car? Many people, who want to be or have to be mobile, ask themselves this question. People with disabilities usually do not make this decision easily and rarely spontaneously. After all, every means of transportation has its drawbacks, when it comes to independent mobility. Here is a brief summary.Mobility is (not) a matter of course - Read more