NESTA provides a list of relevant resources from funding and volunteer opportunities to ways to share personal data to help fight the spread of Covid-19.
To create evidence on how humanitarian programmes need to be adapted according to varying contexts and socio-cultural settings, three universities set up a platform.
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.
In partnership with the Austrian Ministry of Education, SPORTUNION launched an online sports programme via Zoom and Facebook.
To provide hospitals with missing equipment, an initiative crowdsources necessary materials such as masks and visors.
Upper Austrian Chamber of Labour adapts fund for crisis.
A Facebook page provides a community with reliable information. The quality is ensured by a diverse team connecting health services, the police and the clergy.
To reach a diverse set of audiences, the Mayor of Bratislava uses Facebook Live and Youtube to interact with citizens and motivate them.
Two non-profits in Israel have set up a website to empower a country’s tech community with opportunities for collaborations and new ventures,
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.