A government’s education resource centre
To support the education sector, non-governmental organisations and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Slovak Republic launched an online platform with up-to-date information and guidelines for schools, teachers, parents, and students.
Participation process on home learning
A participation process brought the voices of students to education policy makers with the aim to improve remote learning.
Digital international exchange between pupils
An online platform connects students from several European countries so they can share their perspectives on the coronavirus crisis.
Virtually enjoying arts
Three museums in Gobrovo, Bulgaria go digital during the lockdown so art lovers can enjoy their collection from their homes.
Using open government data to address the Covid-19 outbreak
The OECD Secretariat is calling for evidence on the release and use of Open Government Data (OGD) in response to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Car producer offers support to produce medical equipment
Scania sent production and logistics personnel to a medical technology company to help speed up its production and improve logistics.
Anonymous Shopping Donations
To support people in need, people can donate goods while doing their shopping. The donations are then distributed by the municipality.
Policy responses to Covid-19
Key economic responses taken by governments to limit the impact of the coronacrisis are tracked for the benefit of all.
Educational materials for children
An Italian initiative publishes educational materials for parents and teachers to explain children what coronavirus is and how it affects our lives.
Football matches attended by cardboard figures with fans’ pictures
Fans of a German football club are replaced in the stadiums by cardboard cutouts. This project supports local businesses and charities.
Telecare service to overcome the digital divide
The Basque government offers a tele assistance service to overcome the digital divide in times of isolation.
Support helpline for residents
To support people with mental health issues during the coronavirus crisis, the City of Ostrów Wielkopolski has launched a support hotline.
Tallinn librarians read to children over the phone during lockdown
The librarians from Tallinn Central Library read books to children over the phone, Skype or Facebook until the government-imposed isolation ends.
Offering a fear-free news service
A news website was created which provides easy-to-understand and unemotional news coverage.
City lists coronavirus community response
A community-sourced website lists services for people needing help and offering help.