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The Zero Project was presented to 60 policymakers in Kiel, Germany

On 15th March 2017, the Zero Project was proud to present its work to some 60 representatives from all ministerial departments of the German country state of Schleswig Holstein, at the one-day conference about the lifeworlds of people with and without disabilities organized by the Competence Center for Administrative Management (KOMMA) in cooperation with the […]

Empowering people with disabilities through mobile technologies

With the aim to find truly disruptive and innovative solutions that can empower people with disabilities to live more independently and have a more fulfilling life, d-LAB, a program of Mobile World Capital Barcelona launched its Call for Proposals. MWCB is an important public Foundation based in Barcelona (Spain) that is also responsible for the events 4YFN and the Mobile World Congress.   […]

Nominations for The Right Livelihood Award 2017 are Open!

The Right Livelihood Award, also called the ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’, is an award for the people and their work and struggles for a better future. The Laureates come from all walks of life: they are farmers, teachers, doctors, or simply, concerned citizens. The nominations deadline for the 2017 Right Livelihood Award is approaching! Do you know […]

Clever idea in inclusive and accessible design from Japan

The Japanese industrial standards require that the topmost part of milk cartons be indented so that people with visual impairments can distinguish it from other drinks by touch and tell whether they are getting whole milk instead of other dairy drinks. Although this is not compulsory, it seems that most manufacturers have implemented this rule. Japan is […]


1st World Conference on Supported Employment!

We are pleased to invite you to apply to the Employment for All awards 2017!  The Conference, Employment for All – A Global Perspective, organized by our partner, EASPD and joined by EUSE; aims to identify and highlight different systems for inclusion of people with disabilities in the workforce and providing equal opportunities for them to access gainful employment and […]

Disability Convention and Strategic Litigation

On 24 November 2016 Adolf Ratzka from the Independent Living Institute, one of our partners, organized a conference  on the implementation of the CRPD and disability discrimination law. Different sessions of the conference discussed how to use strategic litigation as a tool for implementing the rights of persons with disabilities; the role of lawyers and lawyering in the […]

WORLD’s new resources and data to improve the rights of persons with disabilities

To commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), The WORLD Policy Analysis Center at UCLA, has released a new set of resources in order to improve the quantity and quality of the rights of persons with disabilities in all 193 UN countries. The package includes new global data, electronic maps, downloadable […]