It is widely agreed that digitalisation efforts should be on top of decision-makers’ agendas. To act as trusted political leaders in a democracy in the digital age, politicians and political staff at all levels need to be open to technology and to adapt to new developments.
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A new exhibition of Technisches Museum in Vienna, Austria aims to reflect the pandemic on the basis of the Sustainable Development Goals adopted by the United Nations.
To motivate young people to develop ideas that support their neighbourhood, city or region, “wweeddoo” called for the best ideas and offers them financial support.
To fight fake news around Covid-19, a French project raises awareness for false information regarding the pandemic.
A website launched by the city administration of Rheinfelden gives its citizens an overview of local support services.
The French project Open Diplomacy started a public platform to discuss the geopolitical effects of Covid-19.
To provide hospitals with missing equipment, an initiative crowdsources necessary materials such as masks and visors.
As many hospital workers in Paris work shifts of 15 hours and more, they are provided with a free cab service.
An insurance company in France provides its members with exceptional assistance to help finance actions directly linked to the fight against Covid-19.
The Swedish island of Gotland hired a group of armored knights to patrol well-visited places in the region to ensure that tourists adhere to physical distancing measures.
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.
The French Ministry of Solidarity and Health launched a platform to recruit volunteers and health professionals who are unemployed or retired.
To show solidarity to medical staff during the crisis, a group of volunteers mobilized to bring prepared meals to hospital workers.
During the crisis, the supermarket chain Monoprix supports medical workers by offering free grocery delivery.
A crowdfunding platform encourages the financing of solidarity initiatives and projects during the Covid-19 crisis.
La Classe à la Maison connects volunteer teachers and children and parents from kindergarten to 5th grade to ensure high-quality distance learning during the pandemic.