We are delighted to announce the Zero Project Innovative Practices and Policies 2019!
We bring to you 65 practices and 11 policies from around the world that help persons with disabilities on our 2019 topic of Independent Living and Political Participation. We are overwhelmed with the range and quality of the projects and are pleased to bring you solutions from a staggering 42 countries!
These projects cover a range of topics including accessible voting, housing, deinstitutionalisation, supported decision making, political representation, justice, smart technology, children and youth, the arts and inclusive daily life.
A huge congratulations to every single one of these incredible organisations. We’re immensely honoured to be able to promote your amazing work!
I think it’s best that we keep this short and let you explore the projects yourself. The full list is:
Bosnia & Herzegovina
The British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society (BCANDS)
British Columbia Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction
March of Dimes – Home and Vehicle Modification Program
Central Election Commission
Greta & Starks – GRETA app
Basic Needs Ghana
PREPACE – PROPEDIF
SEHATI Sukoharjo – Inclusion Clubs
Enosh (The Israeli Mental Health Association) – Seeds of Wellness
JDC and Israel Unlimited – Personal budget model
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and Israeli Ministry Of Education – Volunteering for a Change
Psychoanalytic Association – SIL Programme
SG Enable – “Tech Able” showroom
Wigital – FingerTalk
Headway – The Justice Project, Brain Injury Identity Card
ENABLE Scotland – #ENABLEtheVote
Neatebox — “Welcome by Neatebox” app
Disability Pride Belfast & Vehicles for Change – Mobiloo
MIUSA / Global Disability RightsNow!
IFES – Election Access Observation Toolkit
Democracy Live – OmniBallot
The Arc of the United States – Wings for Autism
The Arc of the United States – NCCJD, Pathways to Justice®
BasicNeeds Viet Nam