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Photo: Marc Lembeck, man with brown hair and white T-shirt smiles.

Marc Lembeck

12/06/2024

Marc Lembeck is a former track and field athlete and all-around competitor who began a second career in rowing after his participation in the Paralympics in Beijing and is preparing for his second Paralympics. In addition to his sporting career, he works professionally for the Deutscher Behindertensportverband (DBS) and as an event inclusion manager beim Deutschen Ruderverband (DRV).
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Photo: Kim Cremer, man with bald head and beard in black jumper smiles with folded arms.

Kim Cremer

12/06/2024

Kim Cremer, a dedicated para-triathlete in the PTS4 class, experienced a major turnaround in his life after a serious accident in which his foot was severely injured. Four years after the accident, he opted for an amputation, a decision that not only paved his way back to a fulfilling life, but also allowed him to enter the sport.
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Photo: Lukas Gloßner, smiling in a wheelchair with a basketball and sportswear.

Lukas Gloßner

12/06/2024

The biggest challenge of his life came when he was permanently confined to a wheelchair after an accident at the age of 16. This profound change forced him to fight for his independence. Thanks to the strong support of his family and his own ambition, he was able to overcome this challenge and successfully manage his everyday life.
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Photo: Dominik Siemenroth, Man with blond hair smiles

Dominik Siemenroth

12/06/2024

He has been the state coach for para-rowing in North Rhine-Westphalia since January 2023. He was previously a member of the national para-rowing team from 2018 to 2022. After a promising youth as a footballer, a cancer diagnosis forced him to have a transfemoral amputation in 2009, whereupon he gave up competitive soccer. He discovered his passion for rowing at RTHC Bayer Leverkusen.
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Photo: Jochen Schoss, Man in blazer stands in front of a fireplace and smiles

Jochen Schoss

12/06/2024

"Due to my accident, I have experienced how life can change fundamentally from one moment to the next and how many barriers people with disabilities must overcome daily. That is why my foundation, www.EnableMe.de, has been offering support in all aspects of life for people with disabilities for 20 years."
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Photo: Hannes Niemann, smiling in front of the exhibition centre; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf / ctillmann

Hannes Niemann

12/06/2024

“We are delighted to not only continue the #GemeinsamFürInklusion (#TogetherForInclusion) initiative at REHACARE, but to expand it further. This campaign provides businesses and the entire community with a one-of-a-kind platform to present groundbreaking solutions for inclusion and participation.”
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Photo: Hannah Tümpel, woman with brown shoulder-length hair and glasses laughing; Copyright: German Commission for UNESCO / Till Budde

Hannah Tümpel

12/06/2024

"kulturweit is a volunteer service for everyone. Together with our partner organizations, we work #TogetherForInclusion. Together, we break down barriers. We aim to find suitable deployment sites for every need. Why? Because we want to give all young people who are interested the chance to experience a voluntary social year abroad."
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Photo: Christiane Hennemann, woman with short grey hair and glasses laughing;

Christiane Hennemann

13/06/2024

As a medical journalist around the turn of the millennium, it became very clear to me that all health strategies were focused on the expected large number of elderly people in the next 20 years. Therefore, in 2000, we founded the association rehaKIND e.V., to give young people with disabilities and their families a voice and more visibility.
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Photo: Dr Stefan Hussy, man with glasses in tie and sacko in conversation Copyright: DGUV / Jan Röhl

Dr. Stefan Hussy

14/06/2024

My commitment to inclusion and participation in statutory accident insurance goes back to a very formative personal experience: As a plant manager in the steel industry, I had to witness a severe accident: A colleague got caught in moving rollers and sustained serious leg injuries. This experience was ultimately also a trigger for my professional switch to the world of trade associations.
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Photo: Wolfram N. Diener, Man with glasses stands in the exhibition hall and smiles. Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf / ctillmann

Wolfram N. Diener

26/06/2024

Inclusion is no longer just an objective, it's the very cornerstone of our coexistence. We are committed to and actively working on breaking down barriers and creating equal opportunities for everyone – in all areas of life.” Wolfram N. Diener, President and CEO of Messe Düsseldorf
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