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“If you want inclusion, you will find a way. If you don't want them, you'll find excuses" by activist Raúl Krauthausen

2023-03-28T11:07:40.677Z


A book that does valuable work for the equality and inclusion of disabled people. “If you want inclusion, you will find a way. If you don't want them, you'll find excuses” is full of solutions and ideas for a better coexistence.


A book that does valuable work for the equality and inclusion of disabled people.

“If you want inclusion, you will find a way.

If you don't want them, you'll find excuses” is full of solutions and ideas for a better coexistence.

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Raúl Krauthausen's new book takes a more in-depth look at the topics of "disability" and "inclusion".

The raised index finger is not used, but constructive ideas and proposed solutions are used.

Raúl Aguayo-Krauthausen “Those who want inclusion will find a way.

If you don't want them, you'll find excuses”: About the book

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A book you should read about inclusion by activist Raúl Aguayo-Krauthausen (montage image)

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Written in simple language, this book is suitable for both beginners and professionals.

Because in many places the topic goes in depth and also allows "advanced" learners to discover new perspectives.

Raúl Krauthausen is the best-known activist for inclusion and accessibility - and the loudest voice in Germany when it comes to enforcing the rights of people with disabilities.

"Just think of disability as a trait like hair color" is one of his key messages, and he fights for visibility and against discrimination on all platforms - analogue and digital.

In his new book, he raises fundamental and often uncomfortable questions about inclusion in Germany, gets his readers to confront their own ableism, and develops an idea of ​​how inclusion is really to be lived at all levels.

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Raúl Aguayo-Krauthausen “Those who want inclusion will find a way.

If you don't want them, you'll find excuses."

As reproachful as the title sounds, such an important book should be read.

A mind-expanding book with simple examples and explanations.

At the end there are explanations of terms and links for further information.

As an audio book, it is also barrier-free.

Suitable for everyone who deals with the topic of "inclusion".

Raúl Aguayo-Krauthausen “Those who want inclusion will find a way.

If you don't want them, you'll find excuses."

2023, Rowohlt, ISBN 13-978-3-499-01029-3

Price: paperback €178, e-book €12.99, number of pages: 240 (deviating from the format)

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Raúl Aguayo-Krauthausen 

Raúl Aguayo-Krauthausen, born in Peru in 1980, grew up in Berlin.

He is in a wheelchair and works as an inclusion activist for the SOZIALHELDEN, a non-profit association that he founded in 2004 himself.

As a graduate communications manager and design thinker, he has been active in the internet and media world for over 15 years.

He invented the Wheelmap, a map for wheelchair-accessible places, protested in front of the Bundestag for a good participation and equality law, obtained a constitutional complaint against the triage regulation and explains, among other things, in blog articles, television reports and in his podcasts about disabilities.

Since 2015 he has been moderating his own talk show “KRAUTHAUSEN – face to face”.

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