As social distancing measures mean less space in public transport, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo decided to provide more space for cyclists.
To keep its citizens fit during quarantine, the municipality of Chiavari, in partnership with health professionals, started free online fitness classes.
A youth-led initiative collects donations to support the poorest households in Lebanon with food supplies.
TechForce19 has awarded up to £25,000 each to innovations that offer a digital way to support vulnerable people who need to stay at home or need other help in the community for extended periods of time.
A Turkish Mayor starts a campaign on gender equality to raise awareness on the importance of sharing household responsibilities during isolation.
To reach a diverse set of audiences, the Mayor of Bratislava uses Facebook Live and Youtube to interact with citizens and motivate them.
To care for homeless people during the pandemic whilst protecting public health, health professionals and social workers offer assistance in Bratislava.
While thousands of schools in Germany struggle with teaching children through online tools, one school in Bavaria completely digitised itself.
To help businesses survive the coronavirus pandemic and giving them more flexibility, the city of Seattle is deferring businesses’ taxes and utility bills.
Committee hearings that would normally be open to the public are now livestreamed. Also, witnesses and submitters can participate by video conference or teleconference.
The Basque government offers a tele assistance service to overcome the digital divide in times of isolation.
The municipality of Reggio Emilia created a new section on its website where young people can find local online projects and services.
The Italian Minister for Families runs an online platform for families to keep them informed on current situation and stay in contact with them.
An Italian municipality engages its youth in an Instagram challenge on how to stay positive at home.
A municipality in Italy pays half of the cost for vouchers for local businesses that have been hit by the coronavirus crisis.
To support homeless people the City of Ostrów Wielkopolski organized special isolation rooms for homeless people, which are fully furnished and equipped with bathrooms and care agents.
To support people with mental health issues during the coronavirus crisis, the City of Ostrów Wielkopolski has launched a support hotline.
To make it easier for people to follow the rule to wear face masks in public, reusable face masks were delivered to each household in Ostrów Wielkopolski (Poland).