Aside from the main work of the Zero Project – researching and awarding innovative practices and policies – the Zero Project leads other important projects working in the field of inclusiveness and accessibility.


TOPHOUSE (Towards Person Centred Housing Services in Europe) is an EU funded project that aims to define, refine and formally establish the competences of professionals in the processes of assessment, housing and support/care provision. Find out more by visiting the TOPHOUSE page.

Inclusive IT Academy

The Inclusive IT Academy provides opportunities for people with and without disabilities to undertake training in the areas of cybersecurity and data protection and gain a long-term career entry through certification exams. Find out more by visiting the Inclusive IT Academy page.

An exhibition booth in an open hall with other booths. People fill in forms on the booth table

Interested parties sign up for more information about the Inclusive IT Academy at the Wien Messe