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.
The French Ministry of Solidarity and Health launched a platform to recruit volunteers and health professionals who are unemployed or retired.
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.
Unus Terra, a serious game against Covid-19 stimulates behavioral changes in the real world by leveraging persuasive design principles.
To display the beauty of the African landscape, Tintswalo Safari Lodge in South Africa has launched free virtual safaris.
Due to the acute corona situation, schools and libraries in parts of the USA are still closed. To provide pupils with reading material during the lockdown, a school library in the US state of Virginia […]
Besiktas municipality provides children with colourful educational videos through its YouTube Channel to make social isolation more bearable.
The Italian social enterprise “Con i bambini”, an institution that manages resources to combat educational and child poverty, asks current projects to evaluate the possibility supporting distance learning and assistance systems in Italian schools.
The Italian project Villa Fernandes shares suggestions on meaningful activities for children during lockdown.
Primary schools in China help their pupils to keep a safe distance with creative, self-made distance aids.
A youth theatre project goes online by sharing videos of performances and stories and giving acting tips to try at home.
Children in Barcelona can share their stories, pictures and drawings to a collective online diary. After the lockdown, it will be part of a public exhibition.
While thousands of schools in Germany struggle with teaching children through online tools, one school in Bavaria completely digitised itself.
An online platform connects students from several European countries so they can share their perspectives on the coronavirus crisis.
An Italian initiative publishes educational materials for parents and teachers to explain children what coronavirus is and how it affects our lives.
By integrating digital educational material into WhatsApp, it is more accessible for less privileged children.