Zero Project Publications

Zero Project Analysis on Early Childhood Intervention (english, pdf)

Zero Project Report 2016 on Inclusive Education and ICT

Zero Project Report 2015 on Independent Living and Political Participation (full version, english, pdf)

Zero Project Report Austria 2015 on Independent Living/Political Participation (Full version, German, pdf)

Zero Project Handbuch 2015 (full version, German, pdf)

Zero Project Report 2014 on Accessibility (full version, english, pdf)

Zero Project Report 2013 on Employment (full version, english, pdf)

Factsheets of Innovative Practices and Policies

Factsheets of Innovative Practices and Policies 2017

Innovative Policies 2017

Australia: One platform for all – from assistance to incentives for employers

Bangladesh, ILO: A target and a push for inclusive skills training and employment

Canada: Creating employer demand for inclusive hiring

Chile: Training and placing the vulnerable in Chile

Ecuador: All-Sector-Cooperation creating jobs in thousands of companies

Ecuador: Government supporting self-employment and microfinance

Egypt: A national cooperation to push employment in ICT

Malaysia: Returning Malaysians with acquired disabilities to work

Peru: Model promoting decent work for persons with all kinds of disabilities

Saudi Arabia: Quotas, support and subsidies for private employers

United States: State-wide, long-term inclusion in the open labour market

Innovative Practices 2017

Afghanistan: Government supporting community-led micro-enterprises

Armenia: A full chain of support from primary school to employment

Armenia: Large-scale, all-encompassing training and transition programme

Austria: Comprehensive support and jobs for persons with epilepsy

Austria: An all-encompassing service package leading to employment in the open labour market.

Austria: Sheltered workshops piloting ‘cooperations’ and the transition to the open labour market

Austria: Full-time, unlimited jobs in facility management

Bangladesh: Initiating microfinancing and microenterprises for a whole city sub-district

Bangladesh: A comprehensive training and transition model involving hundreds of partnerships

Belgium: LetsCo!

Canada: Providing summer internships for young people with disabilities

Canada/India/Nepal/Bangladesh: Persuading employers that inclusive employment can support their business case

Chile: Large-scale rehabilitation project provided by an insurance company

Chile: A certification scheme creating job opportunities for young people with intellectual disabilities

Egypt: Large-scale support for employers who have to meet a quota of employees with disabilities

Egypt: Focusing on employer needs and creating hundreds of jobs for young people with intellectual disabilities

Ethiopia: Alternative ways for successful job applications

Germany: Being employed by a university for the duration of PhD study

Germany: A whole IKEA department run by persons with disabilities

Germany: Persons with intellectual disabilities working as university lecturers

India: Creating an inclusive strategy for a multinational company

India: Inclusive organic agriculture farming for all, with approximately half being persons with disabilities

India: Launching a specialized microfinance bank for women with disabilities

India: Jewellery production – creating jobs for persons with intellectual disabilities

India: Fighting unemployment with training centres and by influencing legal frameworks

Ireland: Hospital internships as a strong bridge to the open labour market

Ireland: Support programme for young people leaving school

Israel: Universal training and job services for persons with psychosocial disabilities

Israel: Two-year-transition period for young people with autism

Jamaica: Training professional baristas in the Caribbean

Lebanon/Palestine: Changing the hiring policies of companies leading to hundreds of new jobs for young people with disabilities

Lesotho: Placing teachers with disabilities in regular schools

Nepal: Felting and knitting skills as the key to self-employment

Nepal: Training and seed financing within local communities

Netherlands/Philippines: A “sales unit” to connect Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and the business world

Paraguay: How to successfully apply for jobs in the public and private sector

Romania: Offering the services of well-trained persons with intellectual disabilities to private-sector companies

Romania: A shortcut to the open labour market

Russia: Building bridges to multinationals and Russian companies

Singapore: A company employing 90 per cent persons with disabilities by structuring the work processes to accommodate them

South Africa: Jobs for adults with intellectual disabilities following intensive developmental and career path training

South Africa: A multifunctional hub towards the open labour market

Spain: Adding a university degree to job placement

Spain: A voluntary certificate for companies required to implement minimum standards on CSR and disability

Spain: Entrepreneurship training for persons with disabilities

Taiwan: A bank uses its networks to create career options for persons with visual impairments

Turkey: Employment in the open labour market for persons with Down Syndrome

Turkey: Online job-platform used by more than 10,000 jobseekers with disabilities

United Kingdom: People with intellectual disabilities as project coordinators

United Kingdom/Uganda: Jobs for the most marginalised people with disabilities

United Kingdom/Global: Encouraging a variety of approached in creating jobs for people with visual impairments

USA: Empowering school girls with disabilities

USA/Vietnam: IT training for people with disabilities

USA: Three internships to provide a variety of career options

USA: Providing a variety of career services for high school students with disabilities

Vietnam: Vocational training and meaningful jobs for persons who are blind or visually impaired

Factsheets of Innovative Practices and Policies 2016

Innovative Policies 2016

Brazil: Brazil’s billion dollar National Plan for Inclusive Education
Canada: Canada´s New Brunswick forbids segregated education
Costa Rica: Boosting the employability of Costa Ricans with disabilities
Estonia: Access to higher education in Estonia
EU-USA: Transatlantic e-Accessibility standards cooperation
Ghana: Inclusive Education rolled out throughout Ghana
International: Mandatory minimum standards for education in emergencies
Iraqi Kurdistan: Inclusive Education in post-war instability
Ireland: Universal Design in Irish Tourism Services as a business case
Italy: In Italy, students with disabilities are not segregated
Montenegro: Changing exclusionary behaviour patterns through advocacy
USA: Promoting school readiness and a head start for all

Innovative Practices 2016

Armenia: Training the teachers and their trainers in Inclusive Education
Australia: Developing indicators for Inclusive Education in the Pacific region
Australia: Providing live transcripts of lessons and instant feedback to teachers
Australia: Using pictures to promote health
Australia: Providing a university experience for persons with intellectual disabilities
Australia: Giving a voice to children with disabilities
Austria: Creating smart accessible media using RoboBraille
Austria: Preparing young people for real jobs in bakeries
Austria: Easy-to-read newspaper articles, written by persons with learning difficulties
Austria: An all-stakeholder approach towards Inclusive Education
Austria: Preventing bullying against women with learning difficulties
Austria: A tablet that creates Braille, graphics, maps and more
Austria: Promoting innovative assistive technologies internationally
Austria: A computer mouse steered with the mouth
Austria: The sign language Avatar Project
Bangladesh: Accessible learning materials for students with visual impairments
Bangladesh: Creating a role model of Inclusive Education
Bangladesh: A holistic approach toward Inclusive Education in Bangladesh
Belgium: Bridging the gap to the ICT industry
Belgium: Supporting teachers with comprehensive reports on pupil’s needs
Belgium: Jobs in kindergartens and elder care for persons with intellectual disabilities
Brazil: One children’s book in nine accessible formats
Burkina Faso: Multi-stakeholder approach towards Inclusive Education in Burkina Faso
Cambodia: Inclusive Education for Cambodian children who are blind or deaf
Canada: A sign language curriculum especially for parents
Canada: Supporting architects and urban planners to understand accessibility
Finland: All you need to know to open the door to the labour market
Finland: Finish anti-bullying programme for schools going international
France: E-Learning for teachers, caregivers and families
Germany: Moving step-by-step toward an inclusive university
Germany: Persons with learning difficulties working as IT trainers
Germany: New museum experiences for persons with learning difficulties
Germany: Remote speech-to-text and sign language interpretation
Hungary: English skills for persons with learning difficulties
India: Indian campaign to educate visually-impaired children is going global
India: Guidelines and toolkits to promote fully accessible schools
USA: A curriculum for advancing the UN CRPD – in six languages
India: Vocational training leading directly to jobs in the open labour market
United Kingdom: Reducing all forms of prejudice-based bullying
Israel: Accessible websites created “automatically”
Israel: Teaching sign language to everyone in an entertaining way
Italy: Using iPads to create multiple information channels
Italy: Video-interpreting service for sign language and foreign languages
Italy: Music as an education and communication tool for students with Autism
Italy: Simulating a supermarket as a learning environment
Jordan: Video emergency line for persons with hearing-impairments
Kosovo: Creating inclusive pre-school institutions
Luxembourg: Training careers, family members and staff via a web platform
Macedonia and Serbia: Assistive technologies and teacher training in mainstream schools
Mexico: How to teach students with and without disabilities equally
Nepal: Accessible books for vision-impaired students using Android technology
Netherlands: Using courts and litigation for the right to Inclusive Education
Nicaragua: Creating communities for early childhood interventions
Norway: Adding Universal Design in ICT student curricula
Pakistan: Quality healthcare and counselling through video technology
Rwanda: Access to education for refugee children with disabilities
Rwanda, Ethiopia and Kenya: Inclusive vocational training and workplaces for youth with disabilities
Serbia: An e-learning platform for audio and video learning materials
South Africa: Finding employment by profound training
South Africa: Improving speech by visualizing it
Spain: Controlling the computer with eye movements
Spain: Teaching blind students in regular school classes
Spain: Breaking down barriers to scientific knowledge
Spain: Learning to manage one’s own personal finances
Spain: Controlling the computer with eye movements
Spain: Controlling the computer with eye movements
United Kingdom: Reducing all forms of prejudice-based bullying
United Kingdom: Wayfindr: Empowering vision impaired people to travel independently
Turkey: Social inclusion through Special Olympics Unified Sports Recreation
USA: One accessible textbook platform for all universities
United Kingdom: Preventing bullying in English schools
United Kingdom: Reducing all forms of prejudice-based bullying
United Kingdom: Wayfindr: Empowering vision impaired people to travel independently
USA: Creating school communities of acceptance, inclusion and respect
United Kingdom: Video sign language interpretation for bank customers
USA: Creating school communities of acceptance, inclusion and respect
USA: A curriculum for advancing the UN CRPD – in six languages
USA: One accessible textbook platform for all universities
USA: Analyzing the whole policy framework to identify barriers towards inclusion
USA: Creating school communities of acceptance, inclusion and respect
Vietnam: Low-cost technology for young people with vision impairment
Vietnam: Transforming special schools into Support Centres
United Kingdom: Video sign language interpretation for bank customers
Zimbabwe: Inclusive school systems rolled-out in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe: Integrating Inclusive Education in local communities in Zimbabwe

Factsheets of Innovative Practices and Innovative Policies 2015

Innovative Policies 2015

Austria (Upper Austria): Peer counselling as an approved profession (MS Word file) (PDF)
Belgium (Flanders): Personal Assistance Budget (MS Word file) (PDF)
Japan: Enfranchising people under guardianship (MS Word file) (PDF)
Luxembourg: Funding a national disability information centre (MS Word file) (PDF)
New Zealand: Improving access to electoral events (MS Word file) (PDF)
South Africa: Ensuring equal access for Members of Parliament (MS Word file) (PDF)
Spain: Voting and participating in the electoral process (MS Word file) (PDF)
Sweden: Personal Ombudsmen (MS Word file) (PDF)
Sweden: The right to a personal assistance budget (MS Word file) (PDF)
Uganda: Reserved elected seats for persons with disabilities (MS Word file) (PDF)
United Kingdom: Funding for running for an elected office (MS Word file) (PDF)

Innovative Practices 2015

Argentina: Regional network to promote legal capacity of people with psychosocial disabilities (MS Word file) (PDF)
Australia: Individual Supported Living in Australia (MS Word file) (PDF)
Australia (State of Victoria): Voting independently and privately (MS Word file) (PDF)
Austria: UNIKATE (MS Word file) (PDF)
Belgium (Flanders): Training for an active role in society (MS Word file) (PDF)
Belgium (Flanders): Stimulating political participation for persons with an intellectual disability (MS Word file) (PDF)
Belgium (Flanders): “Proefwonen” – Fast access to affordable homes (MS Word file) (PDF)
Canada (British Columbia): Microboards: Small non-profits for supported decision-making (MS Word file) (PDF)
Chile: Regional network to promote legal capacity of people with psychosocial disabilities (MS Word file) (PDF)
Colombia: Regional network to promote legal capacity of people with psychosocial disabilities (MS Word file) (PDF)
Croatia: Voting without legal capacity (MS Word file) (PDF)
Croatia: Living alone with individualized support (MS Word file) (PDF)
Denmark: Study kit about citizenship and personal rights (MS Word file) (PDF)
Europe (European Union): Diverting EU funds towards community-based care (MS Word file) (PDF)
Finland: Accessible election information for visually impaired people (MS Word file) (PDF)
France/Czech Republic/United Kingdom (Scotland): Guidelines for accessible elections in Europe (MS Word file) (PDF)
Germany: The employer model in personal assistance (MS Word file) (PDF)
Germany: MOBILE, an all-round support program (MS Word file) (PDF)
Germany: Persons with disabilities employing their assistants (MS Word file) (PDF)
Ireland: Offering individualised support and sharing lessons learned (MS Word file)(PDF)
Israel: Supportive Housing: helping young adults to live independently (MS Word file) (PDF)
Italy: De-Institutionalisation and Community Living since 1980 (MS Word file) (PDF)
Jamaica: A business approach to sustainable community living (MS Word file) (PDF)
Mexico: Regional network to promote legal capacity of people with psychosocial disabilities (MS Word file) (PDF)
Moldova: Returning children to their families and an inclusive environment (MS Word file) (PDF)
Nepal: Training to actively engage in civic rights (MS Word file) (PDF)
Norway: Personal assistance is custom-designed (MS Word file) (PDF)
Papua New Guinea: Inclusion of children and youth with hearing impairments (MS Word file) (PDF)
Peru: Regional network to promote legal capacity of people with psychosocial disabilities (MS Word file) (PDF)
Rwanda: Empowerment through peer-to-peer support (MS Word file) (PDF)
Serbia: Online platform on community-based services (MS Word file) (PDF)
South Africa: Creating abilities from disabilities (MS Word file) (PDF)
South Africa: Cheap tool to make ballot papers accessible to the blind (MS Word file) (PDF)
South Africa: Sexual Abuse Victim Empowerment program (MS Word file) (PDF)
Spain: Free personal assistance proves cost-effective (MS Word file) (PDF)
United Kingdom: Using mainstream lower-cost home automation (MS Word file) (PDF)
United Kingdom: A “brokerage” service to provide short breaks (MS Word file) (PDF)
United Kingdom: User-led organization teaching and inspiring others (MS Word file) (PDF)
United Kingdom: Helpline and platform on personalized care (MS Word file) (PDF)
United States of America: “Infiltration strategy” for women and girls with disabilities (MS Word file) (PDF)
United States of America: Strengthening electoral systems to be inclusive and accessible (MS Word file) (PDF)
Yemen: Employment and inclusion of rural girls with hearing impairments (MS Word file) (PDF)
Zimbabwe: Enfranchising People with Disabilities in Zimbabwe (MS Word file) (PDF)

Factsheets of Innovative Practices and Innovative Policies 2014

Innovative Policies 2014

Australia: Development aid as key enabler for accessibility

China: Hong Kong’s retrofitting and access coordinator programme

Colombia: Internet for 500,000 disadvantaged Colombians

Germany: Mandatory barrier free construction in Berlin

India: Copyright exception for accessible formats

Solo City (Indonesia): Access to transport that can be enforced

Ireland: Accessible service for energy customers

Japan: Cheaper mortgages for accessible homes

Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia): Monitoring and enforcing accessibility

Norway: Universal design in non-discrimination law

Qatar: Comprehensive eAccessibility Policy

South Africa: Inclusive design of Cape Town’s Bus System

Spain: Public-private partnership for accessibility

Uganda: Mandatory accessibility standards

London 2012 (United Kingdom): The most inclusive Olympics and Paralympics ever

Innovative Practices 2014

Australia_NVDA (Non Visual Desktop Access)

Austria_ways4all

Austria_RelayService

Austria_ÖZIV access

Austria_MoVih – mobility in public transport

Austria_MathInBraille

Austria_Easy entrance

Austria_Barrierefreie Bank

Austria_AppHear

Austria_AccessibleMap

Austria_wege-finden.at

Brazil_RIOinclui

Brazil_Escola de Gente

Belgium_Intro vzw

Belgium_Inclusion Europe aisbl

Colombia_Digital inclusion kit

Chile_Cetram

Denmark_Most accessible offi ce

Ethiopia_Guide to accessible Ethiopia

Estonia_Accessible TUT

France_SCOP Le Messageur

France_Artesens

France_ACCEO

Germany_PIKSL

Germany_VerbaVoice

Germany_wheelmap.org

India_eSpeak Text to Speech Engine

Ireland_Home from home apartment

Japan_Evacuation manual in DAISY

Macedonia_E-accessible education

Mexico_Accessibility guide for workplaces

Montenegro_Accessible transport

Norway_Scandic Hotels

Portugal_ColorADD

Qatar_Mada

Singapore_BCA Universal Design (UD) Mark

South Africa_ATHENA

Spain_Towns and Cities for All

Spain_EMT Madrid

Spain_AspaceNet

Spain_Amóvil

Presentations from the Zero Project Conference

Presentations of the Zero Project Conference 2016

Plenary Indicators & SDGs, Umesh SHARMA, Monash University, Australia, and Setareki MACANAWAI, Pacific Disability Forum, Fiji (054 PRA) (pdf English)

Plenary Indicators & SDGs, Daniela Bas, Video Message transcription, (pdf English)

Plenary Indicators & SDGs, Amelie SAUPE, Zero Project, Japan (pdf English)

Session2.1, Elisabeth KRÖN, Specialisterne Austria (pdf English)

Session2.1, Gregor DEMBLIN, Disability Performance Austria (pdf English)

Session2.1, Johannes UNGAR, Innovia, Tirol (pdf English)

Session 2.1 Frank HOFFMANN, Discovering Hands, Germany (pdf English)

Session2.3, Sar-el OREN OHANA, Access Israel, Israel (202 PRA) (pdf English)

Session2.3, Martha Jo BRAYCICH, Special Olympics Europe Eurasia, Turkey (161 PRA) (pdf English)

Session2.3, Sarah DRIVER-JOWITT, Uhambo Foundation, South Africa (234 PRA) (pdf English)

Session2.3, Catherine ELLIOTT and Claire WILLIS, Australia (056 PRA) (pdf English)

Session2.3, Mariagiulia MORLACCHI, Scuola Primaria Via dei Boschi, Italy (153 PRA) (pdf English)

Session2.3, Isaac SANFT and Laura DUNCAN, Special Olympics Arizona, USA (093 PRA) (pdf English)

Session3.1, Susanna TADEVOSYAN, Bridge of Hope, Armenia (015 PRA) (pdf English)

Session3.1, Robert BU, Ecumenical Humanitarian Organisation, Serbia (289 PRA) (pdf English)

Session3.1, Susan L. HARDIE, CCDS, CanadaUkraine (106 PRA) (pdf English)

Session3.2, Claudia SCHWEINZER, signtime, Austria (240 PRA) (pdf English)

Session3.2, Kathryn TOWNSEND, Barclays Bank, United Kingdom (332 PRA) (pdf English)

Session3.2, Jaco RADEMEYER, ADJ Electronics, South Africa (083 PRA) (pdf English)

Session3.2, Robin RIBBACK, VerbaVoice, Germany (288 PRA) (pdf English)

Session3.3, Mathilde DE GEUS and Joni OYSERMAN, Signhands, Netherlands (052 PRA) (pdf English)

Session3.3, Jamie BOLLING, ENIL, and Terry SKEHAN, Swedish Agency for Participation, Sweden (155 PRA) (pdf English)

Session3.3, Germain WEBER, on behalf of AGID project consortium, University Vienna, Austria (195 PRA) (pdf English)

Session4.1, James HUBBARD, Centre for Excellence in Universal Design, Ireland (pdf English)

Session4.1, Shadi ABOU-ZAHRA, W3C, France (pdf English)

Session4.1, David CAPOZZI, U.S. Access Board, U.S.A (282 POL) (pdf English)

Session4.1, Inmaculada PLACENCIA-PORRERO, European Commission, Belgium (282 POL) (pdf English)

Session4.2, Eva GYARMATHY, GNW Ltd, Hungary (210 PRA) (pdf English)

Session4.2, Manfred KASTNER, Vision Education, Austria (pdf English).pptx

Session4.2, Michelle MOLONEY, St. Michael’s House, Ireland (263 PRA) (pdf English)

Session4.2, Mirjana LAZOR and Svetlana KEKIĆ, School for Elementary and Secondary Education “Milan Petrović”, Serbia (245 PRA) (pdf English)

Session4.3, Christoph WICHE and Benjamin FREESE, PIKSL, Germany (134 PRA) (pdf English)

Session4.3, Daniela BOSCOLO, Istituto Tecnico Economico di Porto Viro, Italy (197 PRA) (pdf English)

Session4.3, Hubert HUBER, Tageszeitung Kurier, Austria (047 PRA) (pdf English)

Session4.3, Paula TOUKONEN, Aspa Foundation, Finland (010 PRA) (pdf English)

Session4.3, Koen DEWEER, Konekt vzw, Belgium (044 PRA) (pdf English)

Session4.4, Julia MCGEOWN, Handicap International, Togo (163 PRA) (pdf English)

Session4.4, Denis SANDWIDI, Ocades Tenkodogo, Burkina Faso (168 PRA) (pdf English)

Session4.4, Tsitsi CHATAIKA, University of Zimbabwe (129 PRA) (pdf English)

Session4.4, Auberon Jeleel ODOOM, Inclusion Ghana, Ghana (257 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.1, Alejandra GARCÍA-FRANK, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain (147 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.1, Weiqin CHEN, Oslo and Akershus University, Norway (271 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.1, Kadrin KERGAND, Archimedes Foundation, Estonia (296 POL) (pdf English)

Session5.1, Friederike GADOW, Centre for Disability Studies, Australia (060 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.1, Birgit ROTHENBERG, TU Dortmund, Germany (099 PRA) (pdf, English)

Session5.1, Ana TAMEZ, Universidad Tecnológica Santa Catarina, Mexico (084 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.1, Jan WULF-SCHNABEL, Drachensee Stiftung, Germany (pdf English)

Session5.2, Antonia EGGELING, Social Design, and Tobias MARCZINZIK, PIKSL, Germany (135 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.2, Makkiya JAWED, doctHErs, Pakistan (092 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.2, Katherine PAYNE, Wayfindr, UK (072 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.2, Eduardo JAUREGUI, Irisbond, Spain (213 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.2, Christoph VEIGL, University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien, Austria (151 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.3, Anneke MAARSE, Light for the World, East Africa (294 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.3, Maria Liliana MOR, The Trust For The Americas, USA (254 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.3, Madai LINKIMER, UNDP, ILO, Costa Rica (317 POL) (pdf English)

Session5.3, Yves VEULLIET, IBM, Belgium (012 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.3, Stanley BAWDEN, Living Link, South Africa (014 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.3, Gopal GARG, Youth4Jobs Foundation, India (219 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.4, Artemi SAKELLARIADIS, Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE), United Kingdom (036 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.4, Richard RIESER, World of Inclusion, U.K (006 PRA) (pdf English) Additional informations

Session5.4, Nevena PENEVA, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Austria (pdf Englihs)

Session5.4, Richard RIESER, World of Inclusion, United Kingdom (006 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.4, Artemi SAKELLARIADIS, CSIE, United Kingdom (036 PRA) (pdf English)

Session5.4, Elisabeth UDL, Ninlil, Austria (132 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.1, Birendra RAJ POKHAREL, Action on Disability Rights and Development (ADRAD), Nepal (199 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.1, Vashkar BHATTACHARJEE, GAATES, Bangladesh (187 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.1, Ugo FALACE, Centro Leonardo Education, Italy (005 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.1, Christopher M. LEE, AMAC, USA (250 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.1, Alberto ARGUELHES and Claudia WERNECK, WVA Editoria, Brazil (198 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.1, Klaus HOECKNER, Hilfsgemeinschaft, Austria (003 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.2, Johannes FELLINGER, Health Centre for the Deaf of the Hospital of St. John of God, Linz, Austria (pdf English)

Session6.2, Patrick D´HAESE, MED-EL, Austria (Sponsor) (pdf English)

Session6.2, Christian SCHOBER, Vienna University, Austria (pdf English)

Session6.3, Ana Isabel RUIZ LOPEZ, ONCE, Spain (121 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.3, Raffaele CIAMBRONE, Ministry of Education, Italy (312 POL) (pdf English)

Session6.3, Tom DE MOOR, Hugo VAN DE VEIRE and Geert MALFLIET, VCLB Gent, Belgium (018 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.3, Jennifer STONEMEIER, TASH, USA (270 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.4, Anjlee AGARWAL, SAMARTHYAN Centre for Accessible Environments, India (082 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.4, Sylvana LAKKIS, DPI Arab World, Lebanon (pdf English)

Session6.4, Georgina GASKELL, Leonard Cheshire Disability Bangladesh (330 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.4, Hervé ROQUEPLAN, Krousar Thmey, Cambodia (220 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.4, Monirul ISLAM, Plan International, Bangladesh (218 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.4, Thi Van Nga LE, Nhat Hong Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired, Vietnam (174 PRA) (pdf English)

Session7.1, Lawrence F. CAMPBELL, ICEVI, India (022 PRA) (pdf English)

Session7.1, Agnes VAN WIJNEN, NSGK, Netherlands (042 PRA) (pdf English)

Session7.1, Jelena PEROVIC, UNICEF, Montenegro (324 POL) (pdf English)

Session7.1, Swaraj Paul BAROOAH, IDIA Charitable Trust, India (200 PRA) (pdf English)

Session7.2, Caroline CARSWELL, Sound Advice, Ireland (053 PRA) (pdf English)

Session6.4, Sylvana LAKKIS, DPI Arab World, Lebanon (pdf English)

Session7.2, Ghadeer M. AL HARES, Higher Council for Affairs of Persons with Disabilities, Jordan (024 PRA) (pdf English)

Session7.2, Eileen HOPKINS, Access Innovation Media, Australia (117 PRA) (pdf English)

Session7.2, Amihai MIRON, User1st, Israel (020 PRA) (pdf English)

Session7.2, Jonas Atugonza LUBAGO, Tanzania League of the Blind, Tanzania (070 PRA) (pdf English)

Session7.2, Sabina LOBATO, ONCE Foundation, Spain (208 PRA) (pdf English)

Session7.3 Joseph Mburu EVANS, Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (011 PRA) (pdf English)

Session7.3, Karen CHESTERTON KHAYAT, Massey University, New Zealand and Iraq (040 POL) (pdf English)

Session7.3, Laura DAVISON, INEE and Ingrid LEWIS, EENET (224 POL) (pdf English)

Session8.1, Gerald CRADDOCK and James HUBBARD, (301 POL) (pdf English)

Session8.1, Ivor AMBROSE, European Network for Accessible Tourism (ENAT), Belgium (pdf English)

Session8.2, Thuy NGUYEN, Medical Committee Netherlands-Vietnam (MCNV), Vietnam (276 PRA) (pdf English) 2over2

Session8.2, Elena JENKIN, Deakin University, Australia (339 PRA) (pdf English)

Session8.2, Thuy NGUYEN, Medical Committee Netherlands-Vietnam (MCNV), Vietnam (276 PRA) (pdf English) 1over2

Session8.2, Rosalina Flores OBANDO, ASOPIECAD, Nicaragua (049 PRA) (pdf Spanish)

Session8.2, Ahmet KRYEZIU, Save the Children International, Kosovo (091 PRA) (pdf English)

Session8.2, Thi Van Nga LE, Nhat Hong Center for the Blind, Vietnam (174 PRA) (Pdf English)

Session8.3, Erwin STAHL, Bonventure Management GmbH, Germany (pdf English)

Session8.3, Karin JESTIN, Strategic Philanthropy Advisor, Switzerland (pdf English)

Session8.3, Constance AGYEMAN, Nesta, United Kingdom (pdf English)

Session9.2, Helga FASCHING, University of Vienna, Austria (pdf English)

Session9.2, Michael LONGHINO, Chance B, Austria (107 PRA) (pdf English)

Session9.2, Franz WOLFMAYR President EASPD (107 PRA) (pdf German)

Presentations of Zero Project Conference 2015

Al-Ashwal, Manal, Yemen, Al Saeeda Society for the Care and Rehabilitation (ppt English)

Balmas, Silvia, Belgium, European Foundation Centre (EFC) (ppt English)

Bawden, Stanley, South Africa, The living Link (ppt English)

Begovic, Milica, Turkey, United Nations Development Programme (Istanbul Regional Hub) (UNDP) (pdf English)

Bogopane-Zulu, Hendrietta, South Africa, Deputy Minister of Social Development (ppt English)

Brandstätter, Albert, Austria, Inclusion Austria (ppt German)

Bros-Spähn, Bernadette, Germany, Gemeinsam Leben – Gemeinsam Lemen e.V. (pdf German)

Cherian, Sunita Rebecca, India, Wipro Limited (ppt English)

Clermont, Corinne, France, Nous Aussi (ppt English)

Conde, Cecilia, Spain, European Network for CSR+ (ppt English)

Dard, Benjamin, Haiti, Christoffel-Blindenmission (ppt English)

Demblin, Gregor, Austria, Career Moves (ppt English)

Dion, Betty, Canada, Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environments (GAATES) (pdf English)

Drew, Natalie, Switzerland, World Health Organisation (WHO) (ppt English)

Dunn, Susan, United States of America, Women’s Institute on Leadership and Disability (WILD) (pdf English)

Eichstädt, Astrid, Belgium, European Ombudsman (ppt German)

Finström, Maria, Finland, Finnish Federation of the Visually Impaired (ppt English)

Fröhlich, Walburga, Austria, Atempo (ppt German)

Fuhrer, Mechthilde, France, EUR-OPA, Council of Europe (ppt English)

Funk, Michelle, Switzerland, World Health Organisation (WHO) (pdf English)

Glaser, Wolfgang, Austria, Selbestimmt Leben Initiative (ppt German)

Harutyunyan, Marianna, Armenia, The Agency of Medical and Social Affairs of the Ministry of Labor and Social Matters (ppt English)

Hewitt, Kate, Australia, SCYTL (ppt English)

Hoffmann, Frank, Germany, Discovering Hands (ppt English)

Janusevic, Damjan, Croatia, Association for Self Advocacy (pdf English)

Kawamura, Hiroshi, Japan, Disability Caucus-HFA2 Focal Point (pdf English)

Kisch, Julia, Austria, Independent Living Movement Upper Austria (ppt English)

Komp, Elisabeth, Germany, Diözesan – Caritasverband Köln (pdf German)

Krön, Elisabeth, Austria, Specialisterne (ppt English)

López López, Ana Cristina, Spain, Ministry of the Interior (ppt English)

Loynes, Ian, United Kingdom, Spectrum – Centre for Independent Living (ppt English)

Lyn, Kerry-Jo, Jamaica, Digicel Foundation (pdf English)

Maphanga, Libisi, South Africa, Electoral Commission (ppt English)

Mclachlan, John, United Kingdom, Scope (Activities Unlimited) (ppt English)

Mclachlan, John, United Kingdom, Scope (Connect to Control) (pdf English)

Mezzina, Roberto, Italy, Dipartimento di Salute Mentale Administration di Trieste (ppt English)

Müller, Michael, Austria, Institut für Sozialdienste Vorarlberg (ppt German)

Nagoya, Seikichi, Japan, Father of Ms Takumi Nagoya (ppt English)

Newton, Ian, United Kingdom, Government Equalities Office (ppt English)

Oueda, Stephanie, France, L’Oréal (ppt English)

Paul, Michael, United Kingdom, Disability Rights UK (ppt English)

Perry, Linda, Canada, Vela Microboards Association (ppt English)

Pesic, Sladjana, Montenegro, Ministry of Labour and Social Services (ppt English)

Peters, Marnia, Canada, Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environments (GAATES) (ppt English)

Pichler, Herbert, Austria, OEGB Chancen nutzen Buero (ppt German)

Pnini-Mendel, Yakir, Israel, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (pdf English)

Preobrazhenskiy, Alexander, France, Council of Europe (Right to Vote) (ppt English)

Preobrazhenskiy, Alexander, France, Council of Europe (Council of Europe Approach) (ppt English)

Qureshi, Aqeel, Canada, Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environments (GAATES) (pdf English)

Ramirez Jr., José, United States of America, Disabled Peoples International (ppt English)

Rasmussen, Janina, Denmark, Socialstyrelsen (pdf English)

Rubisch, Max, Austria, Federal Ministry of Labour BMASK (ppt English)

Ruvere, Wilson, Zimbabwe, Jairos Jiri Association (ppt English)

Sagramola, Silvio, Luxembourg, Info-Handicap – National Disability Information and Meeting Centre (ppt English)

Schelfhout Patrick; Goethals Tina; Vandeperre Danny and Van Trigt Matthijs, Belgium, Our New Future (ppt English)

Scott-Parker, Susan, United Kingdom, Business Disability Forum (ppt English)

Sigdel, Suraj, Nepal, International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) (ppt English)

Stickings, Martha, Austria, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) (ppt English)

Sugiura, Hitomi, Japan, Tokyo Law Advocacy Office (ppt English)

Teodorovic, Borka, Croatia, Association for Promoting Inclusion (pdf English)

Ungar, Johannes, Austria, Innovia (ppt German)

Van Puyenbroeck, Joris, Belgium, Hogeschool Universiteit Brussel (ppt English)

Vega, Andreas, Germany, VbA – Selbstbestimmt Leben (pdf German)

Veuilliet, Yves, Belgium, IBM (pdf English)

Volentir, Andrei, Moldova, Central Elections Commission (ppt English)

Walsh, C.J., Ireland, FireOx International (pdf English)

Webster, Shaun, United Kingdom, Lumos Foundation (ppt English)

Wiemeijer, Frederique, Austria, Essl Foundation (ppt English)

Zakrevskaya, Anna, Belarus, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection (ppt English)

Zolle, Corina, Germany, Rhein-Main Inklusiv (ppt English)

Zolle, Corina, Germany, Rhein-Main Inklusiv (ppt German)

Final Plenary: the way forward (ppt English)

Highlights & GAATES Award Ceremony (ppt English)

Presentations of Zero Project Conference 2014

Alburquerque, Daniela_Chile_CETRAM (pdf, english)

Allen, Chan_Hong Kong’s Retrofitting Programme (ppt, english)

Aragall, Francesc_Spain_Design_for_All_Foundation (pdf, english)

Atkinson, Virginia_USA_IFES (pdf, english)

Banes, David, Mada Center; E-Accessibility Policy of Qatar (pdf, english)

Berglund, Magnus_Sweden_Scandic Hotels (pdf, english)

Berninger, Barbara_Germany_City of Berlin (ppt, english)

Bischof, Werner_Austria_FH Joanneum (pdf, english)

Blazquez, Javier_Spain_Amovil (pdf, english)

Buckley Barry_Ireland_MDI (ppt, english)

Burns, Joyce_UK_Changing Places (pdf, english)

Carey, Kevin_UK_Importance of Regulation, UK Television (pdf, english)

Chan Wai_UK_City Bridge Trust_Accessible Buildings (ppt, english)

Clarke, Madeleine_Ireland_Genio_Benefits and challenges of PPP (pdf, english)

Craddock G_Hubbard J_Ireland’s Standard SWiFT 9 Universal Design for Energy Suppliers (ppt, english)

Dalilah Bee Abdullah_Malaysia_Access Auditing under the Accessibility Action Plan of 2010a (pdf, english)

Davies, Guy_South Africa_MyCiTi (ppt, english)

Davies, Guy_South Africa_What is Accessibility (ppt, english)

Fernandez, Sergio_Spain_EMT cutting edge technology (pdf, english)

Fembek; Heindorf; Arroyo de Sande; Zero Project: The results of the Zero Project Report 2014 (ppt, english)

Fuerst, Elmar, Vogelauer, Christian_Austria_MoViH (pdf, english)

Gaspari, Alexandra_Switzerland_International Telecommunications Union (ITU) I (pdf, english)

Gaspari, Alexandra_Switzerland_International Telecommunications Union (ITU) II (pdf, english)

Gimenes, Isabel_Brazil_RIOinclui_Housing and access (pdf, english)

Goh SI_Singapore BCA UD Mark (pdf, english)

Gould, Martin_USA_G3ict_Advancing ICT Accessibility Through Public Policy (pdf, english)

Grenner, Gerd_Germany_City of Berlin (ppt, english)

Hernandez Galan, Jesus_Spain_ONCE Foundation (ppt, english)

Hincapie, Gustavo_Colombia_Digital Inclusion Kit (ppt, english)

Hoeckner, Klaus_Austria_MathinBraille (pdf, english)

Holman, Andrew_UK_Inspired Services (pdf, english)

Jarmer, Helene_Austria_RelayService (pdf, english)

Klenovec_Austria_Vienna University of Technology (pdf, english)

Körnung, Kristina_Sweden_City of Gothenburg accessibility 2014 (ppt, english)

Kósa, Ádám MEP_Belgium_Disability Intergroup

Kose Satoshi_Japan_Shizuoka University of Art and Culture (pdf, english)

Krall, Rotraut_Austria_Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien (pdf, english)

Krauthausen, Raul_Germany_wheelmap (pdf, english)

Lazovski, V._Blagojevic, T._Macedonia_Serbia_E-accessible education (pdf, english)

Le Goaller, Jean Luc_France_SCOP Le Messageur (ppt, english)

Letavayova, Petra_Belgium_Inclusion Europe (pdf, english)

McGee, Carrie_USA_Access Programs MoMA (pdf, english)

McKay, Rosemary_Australia_Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (ppt, english)

Milbradt, Peter_Austria_easy entrance (ppt, english)

Molla, Yetnebersh_Ethiopia_Center for Disability and Development (ppt, english)

Nachtrab, Michaela_Germany_VerbaVoice (pdf, english)

Neiva, Miguel_Portugal_ColorADD (pdf, english)

Neuschmid, Julia_Austria_CEIT Alanova_AccessibleMap (pdf, english)

Papamichail_Greece_ENAT_Athens 2004 Olympic and Paralympic Games (pdf, english)

Pescod, Dan_UK_RNIB World Blind Union (pdf, english)

Placencia-Porrero, I._Belgium_EC DG Justice_Antidiscrimination+Procurement (pdf, english)

Placencia-Porrero, I._Belgium_European Commission DG Justice_Accessibility Concept

Redavide, Alessandro_Italy_TURISMABILE (pdf, english)

Reichl, Tanja_Austria_Hörwelt_AppHear (pdf, english)

Reynette, Francoise_France_Artesens (pdf, english)

Schauer, Erwin_Austria_Bank Austria_Accessibility of Bank Services (pdf, english)

Scott-Parker, Susan_Business Disability Forum

Sindall, David_UK_Stations made easy_ATOC (pdf, english)

Sportun, Sam_UK_Manchester Museum (pdf, english)

Sunarman Sukamto_Indonesia_Solo City

Temur, Barış & Gürer, Emrah_Turkey_Airport_TAV ISTANBUL

Thygesen, Steen _Denmark_Specialist People Foundation (pdf, english)

Todd, Mark_UK_Olympic Games London 2012 (pdf, english)

Torena, Roberto_Spain_ONCE Foundation (pdf, english)

Torre, Mari_Mauri,Cesar_Spain_Aspacenet (pdf, english)

Townsend, Kathryn_UK_Barclays Bank (pdf, english)

Vegheim Berit_Norway_Policy Anti Discrimination (pdf, english)

Vujacic Marina_Montenegro_UMHCG (pdf, english)

Werneck Claudia_Brazil_Accessible Theater (pdf, english)

Yde Fanny_Belgium_Intro vzw (ppt, english)

Zero Project 2017 – Employment: Nomination Forms

Call for Nominations - Innovative Policies

UPDATE: We are still accepting nominations until mid-June!

English

Email Call for Nominations (English, MS Word)
Instructions (English, MS Word)
Nomination Form (English, MS Word)
Nomination Form (English, MS Word, accessible version – for screenreaders)
 

أرابيسك (Arabic)

بريد إلكتروني لإيداع الترشيحات (أرابيسك, MS Word)
تعليمات (أرابيسك, MS Word)
إستمارة الترشيح (أرابيسك, MS Word)
 

Deutsch

Email Nominierungsaufruf (Deutsch, MS Word)
Instruktionen (Deutsch, MS Word)
Nominierungsformular (Deutsch, MS Word)
 

Español

Email Convocatoria para las nominaciones (Español, MS Word)
Instrucciones (Español, MS Word)
Formulario para las nominaciones (Español, MS Word)
 

Français

Email d’Appel aux Nominations (Français, MS Word)
Instructions (Français, MS Word)
Formulaire pour Nomination (Français, MS Word)
 

Italiano

Email Invito di candidature (Italiano, MS Word)
Instruzioni (Italiano, MS Word)
Formulario per candidature (Italiano, MS Word)

руссищ (Russian)

Электронная рассылка / призыв к подаче заявок (руссищ, MS Word)
Инструкции (руссищ, MS Word)
Заявка на представление (руссищ, MS Word)

Call for Nominations - Innovative Practices

To submit an Innovative Practice nomination go to our (new) Online Tool.

More information

Press Releases

Zero Project Report 2017 out now and available for download (English, MS Word)
Zero Project shortlists 20 policies and 97 practices from 32 countries (English, MS Word)
UN disability summit (CoSP9): Four events will feature the Zero Project (English, MS Word)
Zero Project Report 2016 presented at the 31st session of the UN Human Rights Council (English, MS Word)
UN Forum on Accessible Urban Development features the Zero Project (English, MS Word)
Zero Project Shortlists 200 Innovative Practices and Policies (English, MS Word)
Zero Project receives 337 nominations from 98 countries (English, MS Word)
UN disability summit in New York (CoSP8): Four events will feature the Zero Project (English, MS Word)
Side event at 28th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva (English, MS Word)
This was Zero Project Conference 2015 (English, MS Word)
Zero Project Team 2015 receives GAATES Award (German, MS Word)
Release Zero Project Report 2015 (English, MS Word)
Release Zero Project Report 2015 (German, MS Word)
Zero Project goes New York – Conference of States Parties (German, PDF)
June 2014: Zero Project at the Maputo Review Conferencee (German, MS Word, barriere-free)
Press Release: Review of the Zero Project Conference 2014 (English, PDF)
Press Release: Review of the Zero Project Conference 2014 (English, MS Word, barriere-free)
Presseaussendung: Rückschau auf die Zero Project Conference 2014 (German, PDF)
Presseaussendung: Rückschau auf die Zero Project Conference 2014 (German, MS Word, barriere free)

Fotos and Drawings

Photos: Impressions from the first day of the Zero Project Conference 2017

Photos: Awards of Innovative Policies and Practices 2016

Photos: Zero Project Conference 2016 General Conference impressions

Photos: Zero Project conference 2016 Tech Show

Photos: Zero Project Conference 2016 Exhibition

Photos: GAATES Award Zero Project Conference 2015

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Zero Project mit GAATES Award of Recognition ausgezeichnet
Zero Project mit GAATES Award of Recognition ausgezeichnet
Zero Project mit GAATES Award of Recognition ausgezeichnet
Zero Project mit GAATES Award of Recognition ausgezeichnet
Zero Project mit GAATES Award of Recognition ausgezeichnet
Zero Project mit GAATES Award of Recognition ausgezeichnet
Zero Project mit GAATES Award of Recognition ausgezeichnet
Zero Project mit GAATES Award of Recognition ausgezeichnet
Zero Project mit GAATES Award of Recognition ausgezeichnet

Photos: Awards of Innovative Policies and Practices 2015

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Photos: Impressions from the Zero Project Conference 2015

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Zero Project mit GAATES Award of Recognition ausgezeichnet
Zero Project mit GAATES Award of Recognition ausgezeichnet
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Drawings from Ms. Petra Plicka at the Zero Project Conference 2015

Photos: Awards of Innovative Policies and Innovative Practices 2014

Photos: Impressions from the Zero Project Conference 2014

Zero Project Videos

Questionnaires

Social Idicators – Open Source Data