Those who want inclusion will find a way. Those who don't want it will find excuses.
RAÚL KRAUTHAUSEN is the best-known activist for inclusion and accessibility - and the loudest voice in Germany when it comes to asserting the rights of people with disabilities. "Just think of disability as a characteristic like hair colour" is one of his central 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 rejection and develops an idea of how inclusion can really be lived at all levels.