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Newsletter der Aktion Mensch, 01. Januar 2017

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Newsletter vom 01. Januar 2017
Das WIR gewinnt
Ein Paar lächelt in die Kamera. Daneben sieht man das Glücks-Los.

Neues Jahr, neues Glück

Prost Neujahr! Mache 2017 zu deinem persönlichen Glücksjahr – mit unserem Glücks-Los. Gleich bestellen!

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Lose der Aktion Mensch
Zu den Gewinnzahlen >
Eine Frau mit Down-Syndrom schaut einer älteren Frau, die aus einem Weinglas trinkt, in die Augen. Die ältere Frau sitzt am Tisch.

"Dinner 4 One" mal anders

Was wäre, wenn James in "Dinner 4 One" eine Behinderung gehabt hätte? Sieh selbst im Video!

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Eine Frau liest ein Buch mit dem Titel "Mein Glücks-Workout"

Eine Sache der Übung

Kann man Glück trainieren? Aus der Ratgeberbranche tönt ein lautes Ja! Ninia Binias hat's für uns am eigenen Leib ausprobiert.

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Eine Frau und ein Mann unterhalten sich in Gebärdensprache.

Gebärdensprachen dolmetschen

Gebärdensprachen sind verschieden. Damit es nicht zu Missverständnissen kommt, gibt es Gebärdensprachdolmetscher. Wir haben zwei von ihnen zum Interview getroffen.

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