Study and Work Abroad for All, 2003-2005, was a three year project funded by the Swedish Inheritance Fund (Allmänna Arvsfonden) that compiled information about over 1,100 universities and NGOs accepting persons with disabilities as students and trainees, respectively in over 60 countries.The catalog contained information about university studies, traineeships and volunteer work for people with disabilities in Europe, North America and other parts of the world.
Our later project, Training as Vehicle to Employment (2006 - 2007), contacted governmental organizations and institutions in a dozen European countries to establish if their trainee and internship programs are open to qualified people with disabilities. The results were published here.
Today (2018) the catalog is out of date. We do still remove broken links and very rarely add new links
Study and Work Abroad for All was a three year Independent Living Institute project financed by the Swedish General Inheritance Fund (Allmänna arvsfonden) at the Swedish Ministry of Social Affairs. Project contacts were:
Nicoletta Zoannos and Philip Day. The goal of the project was to increase the participation of people with disabilities in international study, training and volunteer programs.