Social inclusion does not concern by any means only humans with handicaps, but also „GermanInstitut for adult education designates, small-qualified seniors, migrants with special challenges etc. as groups, which would have to be included by measures for further education,“„migrants, long-term unemployed person and functional illiterates.”
Inclusion is called literally translates affiliation, thus the opposite of exclusionIf each humans –with or without handicap – can be everywhere thereby, at school, on the job, in the residential area, in the spare time, then is successful inclusion. In an inclusive society it is normal to be different. Everyone is welcome. And of it we all profit: for example by the dismantling of hurdles, so that the environment for all becomes accessible, in addition, by fewer barriers in theheads, more openness, tolerance and a better with one another. Inclusion is a human right, which is fixed in the unhindered right convention. Germany signed this agreement – with the conversion of inclusion we however still stand at the beginning of a long process.
CLMI supports this development in its entirety. CLMI uses itself for the fact that humans with and without handicap work completely naturally together. So alone again two new jobs could be created in 2013 in co-operation with AIRBUS and the BIH OFFICE FOR INTEGRATION.
Offices for integration in Germany
Office for integration Lower Saxony