2015 Innovative Practices Award
Scytl Online Voting received recognition from the Zero Project and its panel of disability and accessibility experts for its innovative and secure practices supporting persons with disabilities to vote independently, privately and securely.
Every year, the Zero Project recognizes the most innovative practices in favor of persons with disabilities. Scytl´s eVoting implementation for the Victorian State Elections in 2006 and 2010 were awarded a certificate for 2015 Innovative Policies and Practices for its outstanding contribution in the support of persons with disabilities in the State of Victoria, Australia. The project was selected from over 250 projects nominated from across the globe.
Zero Project, an ESSL initiative that promotes the rights of persons with disabilities, also has the support of organizations such as IFES, International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Human Rights Watch, Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environment (GAATES).