The Zero Project Report 2014 on Accessibility is Published!
February 24, 2014
It is incredible: A network of more than 1,000 experts from all around the world worked on this year's Zero Project Report!
Together, they mapped the state of implementation of the CRPD in 130 countries. They nominated 243 projects for the title of “Innovative Practice 2014”. And 68 policies for the title of “Innovative Policy 2014” – this is definitely a record!
In this year’s Zero Project Report you will find:
- Questionnaire results on the state of implementation of the CRPD, especially accessibility, from 130 countries;
- 54 Innovative Practices on accessibility; and,
- 15 Innovative Policies advancing accessibility and universal design.
We really want to thank everyone who has worked so hard to make this year's Report happen! Without your dedication, projects like this would never ever exist.
Now it’s time for us to share.
Support us in bringing the Zero Project Report 2014 to the attention of decision-makers and opinion leaders around the world, so that A World Without Barriers becomes reality.
Read our Summary of Key Findings on Accessibility attached (in English).
Download and share the full Zero Project Report 2014 (in English, in PDF) and/or
Visit our brand new website and comment on:
1. Results on accessibility: http://zeroproject.org/indicator-type/convention/ and http://zeroproject.org/indicator-type/accessibility/
2. 54 Innovative Practices: http://zeroproject.org/practices/
3. 15 Innovative Policies: http://zeroproject.org/policy/introduction/
Link up with us on Facebook, Twitter or our Google Plus Page, and feel free to share with us your thoughts, ideas or wishes about accessibility. Each day we will promote an Innovative Policy and Practice of the Day via our social media platforms, so have a look and join us! On Twitter, we are using the following hashtag: #ZeroRep14 —> Zero Project Report 2014.
And again, to all of you who have participated in various ways, a sincere and whole-hearted THANK YOU!
Your Zero Project Team