Entries by Pete Charles

Announcing the 2018/2019 Zero Project Impact Transfer participants

In 2017, the first Zero Project Impact Transfer program was launched. A partnership between the Zero Project and Ashoka, the program supports projects to replicate their social impact and innovation to other countries. The program combines the expertise of the Zero Project network with Ashoka’s extensive experience in impact transfer. In 2017, ten projects were […]

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Announced – The Zero Project 2019 Awardees!

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 […]

2019 Awardees announced tomorrow!

Can we have a drum roll please! The countdown is almost over, and we are excited, overwhelmed and a little bit relieved (did we let anything slip?) to finally tell you. Tomorrow we can at last reveal the Zero Project 2019 awardees on the topic of Independent Living and Political Participation. We will be taking […]

The accessible footpath story continues in Telemark

It’s always great to hear from former winners. It was already a good month for our great friends in the county of Telemark, Norway, who were referenced in the recent UN flagship report on disability and development. But the good news doesn’t keeps coming! Their excellent work making accessible footpaths will continue in 2019. Three […]

Eurofound publication

A special forum at the Zero Project 2019 Conference in February will look at data – How to collect it, how best to interpret it and how and who to present it to. We are delighted that Eurofound (European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions) will be joining us for this session […]