With the “Solidarity Covid-19 Francophonie” platform, OIF set up a system to support digital talents in the French-speaking world to unite and create innovative solutions to serve their communities.
To increase job opportunities for experts in advertising and PR, an existing expert portfolio will be opened to non-members to help them to find work.
A platform to collect information and to provide digital tools which support solidarity and mutual assistance
Neighborhood networks help citizens to resist those members of society who use this crisis to discipline, exclude, and make profit.
The Education and School Institution in Bologna keeps in touch with children and parents in order to maintain the relationship with them.
Artificial Intelligence can be used to create disease prevention maps. They provide information on where outbreaks may occur and the potential spread of disease.
To continue to provide its readers with the latest news on culture and theatre, the French magazine LASCENE makes its articles available online free of charge.
Fans of a German football club are replaced in the stadiums by cardboard cutouts. This project supports local businesses and charities.
A team of more than 100 volunteer data-grabbers, journalists, scientists, visualisation specialists, designers, project managers, and many others help fill public health data gaps.