Innovative Practices

The Innovative Practices of the Zero Project are projects, programmes, products and services, but also social enterprises or business strategies. They employ a comprehensible method that can be transferred or copies to other countries, regions, or contexts, and have a proven and measurable impact. Most importantly they speed up the process of implementing the UN CRPD.

Themes by Year

  1. 2017

    Employment and Vocational Education & Training

  2. 2016

    Education and ICT

  3. 2015

    Independent Living

  4. 2014

    Accessibility

Employment and Vocational Education & Training

The Zero Project selected 40 Innovative Practices that positively impact the rights of persons with disabilities to prepare for, gain, and maintain meaningful employment.

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Education and ICT

The Zero Project selected 86 Innovative Practices that positively impact the rights of persons with disabilities for Inclusive Education, with particular focus on information and communication technology (ICT) as one of the major drivers of innovation and education worldwide.

Independent Living

The Zero Project selected 39 Innovative Practices that positively impact the rights of persons with disabilities to live independently and/or support their political rights.

Accessibility

The Zero Project selected 54 Innovative Practices that positively impact the rights of persons with disabilities to live independently by gaining access to the built environment, transport, cities and tourism, ICT, services (assistance, financial, products) and culture.