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November ist die Birgsauer Straße und der Fußweg am ostseitigen Stillachufer zwischen dem Parkplatz Renksteg und der Alten Zimmeroybrücke tagsüber für den gesamten Verkehr gesperrt. Die Forstverwaltung nutzt diesen Zeitraum, um dringend notwendige Verkehrssicherungs- maßnahmen durchzuführen.

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(3) A person found guilty of an offence under this section may in addition to the penalty imposed by the Court be ordered to pay the person injured by the offence such sums of money in compensation as the Court may deem appropriate.

27 Adjustment orders against Government institutions. (1) The Council shall not serve an adjustment order upon— (a) any hospital, nursing home or clinic controlled or managed by the Government or registered under the Public Health Act except with the consent of the Minister responsible for health; or (b) any school or educational or training institution controlled or managed by the Government or registered under the Education Act except with the consent of the Minister responsible for the administration of the institution or Act concerned.

11 Realisation of rights of persons with disabilities.

The Government shall take steps to the maximum of its available resources with a view to achieving the full realization of the rights of persons with disabilities set out in this Part. (1)No person shall deny a person with a disability access to opportunities for suitable employment.

This Act may be cited as the Persons with Disabilities Act, 2003 and shall come into operation on such date as the Minister may, by notice in the Gazette, appoint and different dates may be appointed for different provisions. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires— “adjustment order” means an order made by the Council under section 24; “aged person” includes a person with a disability who has been forced into retirement from employment due to his disability; “assistive devices and services” means implements, tools and specialised services (including the services of qualified interpreters for the deaf and qualified teachers for the blind) provided to persons with disabilities to assist them in education, employment or other activities; “Council” means the National Council for Persons with Disabilities established under section 3; “disability” means a physical, sensory, mental or other impairment, including any visual, hearing, learning or physical incapability, which impacts adversely on social, economic or environmental participation; “discriminate” means to accord different treatment to different persons solely or mainly as a result of their disabilities and includes using words, gestures or caricatures that demean, scandalise or embarrass a person with a disability; “doctor” means a person registered or licensed as a medical practitioner under the Medical Practitioners and Dentists Act; “Fund” means the National Development Fund for Persons with Disabilities established under section 32; “organizations for persons with disabilities” means associations or societies formed for the purposes of rendering services to persons with disabilities; “organizations of persons with disabilities” means associations or societies formed by persons with disabilities for their welfare and protection; “usual day-to-day activities” means the activities of daily living which an ordinary person would reasonably be expected to carry out. (1) There is hereby established a council to be known as the National Council for Persons with Disabilities.

(2) The Council shall be a body corporate with perpetual succession and a common seal and shall in its corporate name be capable of suing and being sued, and acquiring, holding and disposing of movable and immovable property. (1)The Council shall consist of the following members appointed by the Minister— (a) not more than eight persons nominated in a manner approved by the Minister, by organisations representing persons with various categories of disabilities; (b) three members appointed from a panel of names submitted to the Minister by organizations for persons with disabilities; (c) eight members representing the Ministries responsible for the following— (i) culture and social services; (ii) local government; (iii) health; (iv) education; (v) economic planning; (vi) housing; (vii) transport; and (viii) labour; (d) one member representing the Attorney General; (e) one member appointed from a list of not less than three persons submitted by an organization which the Minister responsible for labour deems to be representative of employers in Kenya; (f) one member appointed in consultation with the organization for the time being recognized by the Government as the umbrella organization representing the interests of workers in the country; and (g) such other members as may be co-opted by the Council with the approval of the Minister Provided that— (i) the membership of the Council shall not exceed twenty-seven persons, out of whom at least twenty members shall be persons with disabilities; (ii) the members nominated under paragraph (a) shall equitably represent the types of disabilities occurring in the country; and (iii) one of the members of the Council shall be from a rural-based organization.(4) Any contract for employment or for provision of goods, facilities or services, or any other agreement, shall be void insofar as it purports to deny any person any rights or privileges conferred under this Act or in any other way to limit the operation of this Act.(5) An employer shall provide such facilities and effect such modifications, whether physical, administrative or otherwise, in the workplace as may reasonably be required to accommodate persons with disabilities.(2) All proprietors of public buildings shall comply with subsection (1) within five years after this section comes into operation. (1) An operator of a public service vehicle shall adapt it to suit persons with disabilities in such manner as may be specified by the Council.(2) All operators of public service vehicles shall comply with subsection (1) within two years after this section comes into operation. (1) This section shall apply to— (a) any premises to which members of the public are ordinarily admitted whether on payment of a fee or otherwise; and (b) any services or amenities ordinarily provided to members of the public.(2) Within sixty days after being requested to consent under subsection (1) the Minister shall either give or refuse his consent and if he fails to do so within that period the Council may proceed to serve the adjustment order as though the Minister had consented. (1) All persons with disabilities shall be entitled, free of charge, to the use of recreational or sports facilities owned or operated by the Government during social, sporting or recreational activities.

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