Entries by Pete Charles

Why nominating Innovative Policies is so important

The Innovative Practices rightly get a lot of attention for their amazing work around the world to improve the lives of persons with disabilities. They also normally make up more than three quarters of our awardees and show the incredible change that NGOs and businesses can create. But what about the Innovative Policies? Why should […]

The benefits of nominating early

There are still two weeks left until the nomination process for the 2020 awards closes. So why bother making your application now? Once the nomination process ends, we have very tight deadlines for each stage of the selection process. This means there is very little time for us to look at the nominations in detail […]

WSA are looking for nominations of digital solutions

Our good friends at WSA are once again seeking nominations for digital innovations that improve society. Selected projects benefit by becoming part of a worldwide network with lifelong partnership and integration. At the 2019 WSA event, more than 400 delegates met in Cascais, Portugal, to share the best digital innovations, turning Portugal into a global […]

Help us find the most innovative education policies

We need help in identifying the most innovative policies from all around the world that support education for people with disabilities. Each year we award between 10 and 15 Innovative Policies in order to celebrate achievements at a government level that implement real and lasting change. But we cannot do this if the policies are […]

Where to find information about #ZeroCall20

At Zero Project HQ we are feeling motivated as we begin receiving nominations for the 2020 awards. It is great to be interacting once again with our whole community, and we’re excited already to speak to some new names this year! We are here and waiting to answer any queries that you may have, and […]

Less than 1 month until the M-Enabling Summit!

It’s less than one month until the M-Enabling summit and we’re excited to share some of the bits that we’re looking forward to the most: Neil Romano, Chairman of the National Council on Disability (NCD), will be delivering the opening keynote on June 17, 2019. This will be of high interest to participants, as NCD […]