Entries by Zero Project

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Zero Project is Looking for support!

You are interested in supporting a highly motivated team with worldwide outreach and you are ready to accept the challenges of a dynamic, fast developing project? Then please send us your application now! We are looking for a person, who can support us within the next 12 months starting from August 2018, and is available part […]


The Zero Project is looking for an Intern!

Internship Organization “Zero Project” We are looking for an intern who is available part time (approximately 25 hours/week) on a working contract base, and stays with us for at least 12 months (starting June/July 2017). Ideally a student or post-graduate student who is willing to join a highly motivated team with worldwide outreach who is […]

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Side event at the 34th United Nations Human Rights Council

17 March 2017: Zero Project Report 2017 presented at the UN Human Rights Council On the occasion of the 34th Human Rights Council, the Permanent Mission of Austria and the International Disability Alliance, together with the Permanent Missions of Australia, Ecuador, Finland, Italy, Israel, New Zealand, Spain, and Thailand, supported by the Zero Project, will […]


Zero Project Report 2017 out now and available for download

The Zero Project has published its current research on employment and vocational education & training: 56 Innovative Practices and 11 Innovative Policies have been given awards as Innovative Practices and Innovative Policies of the Zero Project 2017. In addition, Zero Project Social Indicators measure the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons […]

Konferenz für junge Frauen mit Behinderung 14-15. Mai 2016

Frau sein – frei sein – gemeinsam stark! Österreichweite Konferenz für junge Frauen mit Behinderungen 14. – 15.05.2016 in Salzburg Ziel der österreichweiten Konferenz ist es, junge Frauen mit Behinderungen im Alter zwischen 12 – 26 Jahren zu bestärken, ihren Wünschen und Bedürfnissen Ausdruck zu verleihen und einen Austausch zu ermöglichen – kurz, Empowering für […]

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EASPD Annual Conference 21-22 April 2016 – Growing together: from grassroots initiatives to national strategies in early-childhood intervention

The early childhood period is considered to be the most important developmental phase which determines the well-being, quality of health, learning and social-emotional behaviour across the life span. Extensive research has shown that high quality early childhood intervention (ECI) services can change a child’s developmental trajectory and improve outcomes for children, families, and communities at […]