The city of Essen set up a “Situation Centre Summer Holidays” with the aim to develop childcare, leisure activities and education for Essen’s children and young people for the 2020 summer holidays.
The Polish city of Otwock installed six cabins equipped with a computer, microphone, camera and multifunction device to keep up government services.
The city of Milan invites its citizens to contribute their ideas to the re-opening strategy for the city.
The city of Klagenfurt starts a service hotline which connects retired teachers with pupils who need educational support in main subjects.
A participation process brought the voices of students to education policy makers with the aim to improve remote learning.
With domestic abuse cases surging during Covid-19 lockdowns, hotel rooms and easily accessible counselling is offered to victims.
Ghent (Belgium) councillors followed the council meeting online on their home computers. It was the largest digital council meeting ever held in Flanders.
To ensure that all students are provided with laptops for digital learning, a US county gives free laptops to students in need.
A Norwegian platform offers educational material in Norwegian as well as in the country’s main immigrant languages.
To ensure that those who may be not familiar with a country’s national language get all the necessary information regarding Covid-19, 40 immigrant associations set up Whatsapp groups in different languages.
The social distancing measures implemented, are challenging for many people. To counter feelings of loneliness and isolation, a telephone project was initiated by the community on San Lazzaro (Italy). Community members are contacted and can share their feelings and needs or just have a quick exchange of words.