Innovative Policies of the Zero Project

About the Innovative Policies

Innovative Policies are one of the three areas of research conducted by the Zero Project, together with Social Indicators and Innovative Practices.

Meanwhile the Zero Project’s Innovative Practices originate from social entrepreneuers, non-governmental organizations, service providers, businesses, private companies or foundations, Innovative Policies are laws, standards, policies, strategies or programmes, adopted by public authorities (council, parliament, government, etc.) from all levels – from the local level, to the regional, up to the national level.

Find out more about our Innovative Policies:

2013: Employment

© Phoenix Society. Awarded photograph from the Workability International photo contest 2009

© Phoenix Society. Awarded photograph from the Workability International photo contest 2009

2014: Accessibility

Access audit of the alternatives routes from the transportation hub to the headquarters of Kuala Lumpur City Hall © Kuala Lumpur City Hall

Access audit of the alternatives routes from the transportation hub to the headquarters of Kuala Lumpur City Hall © Kuala Lumpur City Hall

2015: Independent Living & Political Participation

Man in wheelchair working on computer assisted by his personal assistant © Onafhankelijk Leven vzw

Man in wheelchair working on computer assisted by his personal assistant © Onafhankelijk Leven vzw