Hans Hablitzel has died at the age of 77.

Hans Hablitzel has died at the age of 77.

For his remarkable achievements he was once awarded the Cross of Merit of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany. Professor Hans Hablitzel has now passed away at the age of 77.

Hans Hablitzel is considered the father of the “Upgrading Training Promotion Act” (AFBG), also known as “Master BAföG”. He was also the originator of the stamp commemorating the 200th birthday of Johann Caspar Seuss, issued by the Irish Postal Administration.

His qualifications as a Ministerial Counselor include all subjects such as vocational training, continuing education and the equivalence of general and vocational education. The Bavarian Master Award was also inscribed with his signature. He was also the representative of the Ministry of Economic Affairs at the Bavarian State Representation and State Chancellery in Bonn.

Working for disadvantaged youth

The man from Kronach was also involved in the National Association of Kolping Education Organizations, where he dedicated himself to the vocational training of particularly disadvantaged youth.

He was also the co-author of several legal treatises. His list of publications lists more than 200 publications ranging from jurisprudence to the history of science and philosophy.

Hans Hablitzel has also been a member of Lions Club Kronach since 2010. During that time, he served twice as president and once as vice president.

More about CV

Lifestyle: Professor Hans Hablitzel was born on April 20, 1945 in Kronach. He was an administrative lawyer, labor and social law expert and cultural administrative lawyer.

Hublitzel studied philosophy, law, political science, psychology, education, and social science at the universities of Würzburg, Tübingen, Heidelberg, and Bonn. After his first state examination, he was a legal practitioner and at the same time an assistant at the law faculty of the University of Würzburg. In 1987, Dr. Phil. Ph.D.

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Public Service: After completing his studies, he entered the civil service in 1972 and worked at the Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Transport, Infrastructure and Technology.

In 1983 he moved to the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, most recently as ministerial advisor in the areas of training, further education and legal supervision. (Source: Wikipedia)




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