Politicians, policy makers and public servants have never faced a situation like this. They immediately need policies that really work. Best practices can serve as an inspiration, a starting point and a proof of concept.
The European Commission looks for tech and innovative companies to find a solution treating, testing and monitoring the coronavirus outbreak.
To overcome the shortage of protective equipment in the elderly care unit in the City of Malmö, government employees used 3D printers to find a solution.
To reduce the rate of infection and help people avoid infection, Bluetooth can be used to detect users when get close enough to infect each other.
A new global learning platform to help address COVID-19 education crisis is launched by UNICEF to keep children learning.
On the Facebook page of a municipality in Italy, people can contribute their skills and knowledge to the community.
A platform connects businesses providing solutions for Covid-19 with those who need help.
For both, policy makers as well as politicians, in times of crises it is imperative to have a comprehensive database of policy options at hand.