The General Representative Council for severe Disabled Persons is primarily available to provide advice and assistance to severe disabled persons, persons of equal status and persons at risk of disability at the MPG, but of course questions from all employees are also welcome. The Max Planck Society currently has 84 institutes nationwide and additional institutes outside the Federal Republic. In about 40 institutes of the Max Planck Society there is an elected representative for severe disabled persons. It represents the interests of severe disabled employees and employees with equal rights in matters concerning the Max Planck Society and its facilities that cannot be dealt with by the elected representatives for severely disabled employees at the individual institutes.

The General Representative Council for severe Disabled Employees and the General Works Council have made an inclusion agreement together with the employer. It is intended to support the professional inclusion of severe disabled employees and employees with equal rights at the MPG facilities by having the employer, GSV and GBR agree on common goals. This agreement facilitates cooperation and provides positive impetus for the tasks of HR managers, but also for the representatives of severe disabled employees and the works councils.

The entire framework integration agreement can be found on the MPG intranet. 

 

Contact:

​​​Christiane Berse Gesamtvertrauensperson  
MPI für molekulare Physiologie
E-Mail: christiane.berse@mpi-dortmund.mpg.de

Contact Office for Studies and Disabilities

In addition to the Equal Opportunities Office, students with disabilities or chronic illnesses can also contact the Contact Office for Studies and Disabilities at Saarland University. There, students receive support, teachers receive advice and all help with all questions concerning studying with disabilities and chronic illnesses. In concrete terms, help is also offered with the application for disadvantage compensation at the relevant examination office.  Since January 2021, the Contact Office for Studies and Disability has been part of the Equal Opportunities and Diversity Management Office.

 

Contact:

Fone: + 49 (0) 681 302-5025
E-Mail: ksb@uni-saarland.de
www.uni-saarland.de/ksb