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ZERO PROJECT 2016: Call for Nominations on Early Childhood Intervention – Extended deadline: 31st January 2016

The logo of EASPD and the logo of the Zero ProjectThe Zero Project and EASPD would like to invite leading experts and organizations to nominate innovative practices concerning Early Childhood Intervention. Submitting a nomination is easy: Read the instructions first and then complete the nomination form. The deadline has been extented to 31st January 2016!

Early Childhood Intervention
Zero Project and EASPD will jointly select “Innovative Practices” on Early Childhood Intervention. Those selected will be thoroughly analyzed and presented as case studies in a Report, to be presented in April 2016.

They will also be:

  • featured on the Zero Project website www.zeroproject.org and on social media platforms;
  • featured on the EASPD website www.easpd.eu and on social media platforms;
  • be presented at conferences and other occasions throughout 2016 and 2017 such as the EASPD annual conference "Growing together" in Chisinau, Moldova

Submitting a nomination is easy: Read the instructions first and then complete the nomination form.

 

Anyone can nominate any project, and self-nominations are also accepted! Please see the instructions form for further reference.

Please send the completed nomination form to sabrina.ferraina@easpd.eu by January 31st, 2016; 23:59 Central European Time (CET).

 

Note to editors

Zero Project
The Zero Project – For a World without Barriers (www.zeroproject.org) advocates the rights of persons with disabilities internationally. With its global outreach, the Zero Project monitors the national implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and highlights innovative practices and policies.

EASPD
The European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD) is a non-profit European umbrella organization, and currently representing over 11.000 social and health services for persons with disabilities. EASPD advocates effective and high-quality disability-related services in the field of education, employment and individualised support, in line with the UN CRPD principles, which could bring benefits not only to persons with disabilities, but to society as a whole.