Accelerator towards internationalization of innovative disability solutions
The Zero Project Network
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"Zero Project has created a community of friends who are glad and ready to help each other at any time. I see the Zero Project as a big convening power focused on innovating continuously and adapting to change."
Where research meets changemakers
The Zero Project's mission is to find and share solutions that create a world with zero barriers. Innovative solutions from around the world, which are identified in a thorough peer-reviewed research process, are made visible to a global network of experts, decision-makers, opinion leaders, and other changemakers. By fostering close collaboration between all parts of this global network, the impact of solutions can be amplified and replicated elsewhere.
The Zero Project believes that it is this diversity in relationships that makes the Zero Project Network unique and effective
Cross-sectoral impact of inclusive solutions, global knowledge transfer, and the engagement of decision-makers with experts to effectively steer inclusion in our society, are just some examples of how the Zero Project's Network actively helps to remove barriers.
The Zero Project engages with and supports the global Network in many different ways. Here are some examples of how the Zero Project engages with different partner organizations and experts.
Empowerment and Self-Advocacy
Zero Project Youth Delegation
Ambassadors for Inclusion and Accessibility
Fundación Descúbreme and its portfolio of activities
Zero Project Latin America
Activities in the home country of the Essl Foundation
Zero Project Austria
Award of honor to key supporters
Zero Project Ambassadors
Proud member of the global campaign
Alliance addressing data biases built into AI Recruitment tools
Disability Ethical? AI
The Award of Pacto de Accessibilidad for Latin America
ICT–Innovation for Inclusion
For commentaries, impact stories and contributions from the Zero Project's Network, consult our annual reports and the Zero Project Almanac: