Useful links: your quick connections (mostly available in German) 22.07.08

The workshop:fair
Workshop:fair in Nuremberg externer Link

The workshops' partner associations
Federal Association of Non-Statutory Welfare Services externer Link
Federal Association of Workers's Welfare externer Link
Federal Protestant Association of Care for Persons with Disabilities externer Link
Federal Union of Local Communities externer Link
Federal "Lebenshilfe" Association of Persons with Mental Disabilities externer Link
The Welfare Association "Paritätischer" externer Link
Caritas Germany externer Link
The German Red Cross externer Link
German "Diakonie" externer Link
Association of Anthroposophical Therapeutic Pedagogy externer Link

Government Commissioners for the Needs of Persons with Disabilities
Federal Commissioner for the Needs of Persons with Disabilities externer Link
Länder Commissioners for the Needs of Persons with Disabilities externer Link

Federal Ministries and additional information
German Federal Ministry of Health externer Link
German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs externer Link
Federal Association for Rehabilitation externer Link

European partners
European Union externer Link
European Association of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities externer Link
Workability Europe externer Link
Employment for People with Disabilities externer Link
European Disability Forum externer Link

Gladnet
Global Applied Disability Research and Information Network on Employment and Training externer Link

REHADAT
Information System on Vocational Rehabilitation externer Link

EUSE
European Union on Supported Employment externer Link

EUROPEAN DISABILITY FORUM (EDF)
European Disability Forum externer Link
The work of EDF covers all fields of European Union competence and a great number of initiatives. Although the European institutions might seem far for many citizens, the decisions taken by the European Union, which are the result of negotiations between all Member States, have a direct impact on disabled people’s lives. That is why, the role of EDF is so important in monitoring all EU initiatives and in proposing new legislation to advance disabled people’s rights.



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Who we are
Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft Werkstätten für behinderte Menschen e. V. (BAG WfbM) is the political representative of sheltered workshops in Germany. We represent 93 % of all German workshops. All public welfare organisations and religious denominations work jointly in our organisation.

Our task is to give expert advice on questions related to employment, vocational training, financing and legal issues. Additionally, we are actively involved in the legislation process. BAG WfbM promotes for the participation of persons with disabilities in working life.
More sites by BAG WfbM
www.werkstaettenmesse.de Deutsche Meisterschaft Fußball der Werkstätten für behinderte Menschen