Since 2004, we have been working on the inclusion of men and women with disabilities. Our projects aim to improve accessibility of all areas of life – from education to the labour market – to enable persons with disabilities to live independent, safe and healthy lives. We try to work as inclusively as possible and do our research together with people with disabilities.
The study „Inclusive Sustainability“ was presented at a press-conference on 24th of July. The results show that climate policy has to go hand in hand with economic and social policy. This is a prerequisite for a climate-friendly society that allows a sustainable lifestyle for everyone. The study was commissioned by LebensGroß and was carried out by the queraum team together with the Forschungsbüro Menschenrechte of LebensGroß.
The study aimed to gain insight into the social realities of vulnerable people with regard to their chances to lead a sustainable life. The recommendations developed in the study focus the political-societal level as well as the level of organizations/institutions.
41 percent of all persons living in housing facilities for persons with disabilities are over 50 – and the number is growing. The study Inclusive Ageing is dedicated to this target group. The final report is also available in an easy-to-read version. (German only)