A web portal helps victims of child abuse against child abuse is designed inconspicuously so children can use it safely.
The German Federal Centre for Political Education recorded several hours of classes and educational material to familiarize youths with political topics.
St. Jude Research Hospital published a special colouring book to help parents to talk about the coronavirus with their children.
An online platform connects pupils who need help with their remote learning tasks with university students who have time to help.
An online course teaches children about children’s rights and their application in the current situation.
During the closures of libraries, a storytelling event for young people is organised online.
The children’s university in Vienna has started an online programme with scientists explaining their work to children in short videos.
An online platform lets people experience their country and learn new skills for free while staying home.
To reach children with no access to the internet, an initiative offers distance learning via television.
By providing fun and education to kids and parents stuck at home during the coronavirus outbreak, #SaveWithStories collects funds for children in need.
The platform schoolclosures.org presents a structured overview of tools and information to help parents and teachers through schoolclosures.
Save the Children Italy provides children in their programmes with tablets and internet access to enable them to follow remote learning.
Act.Now gives insights into how regional governments and municipalities successfully manage the crisis.
Some schools are lending their school computers to students so they can participate in online classes.
An Italian volunteer organisation offers online tutoring to help kids through this period of remote learning.
An online learning platform will be open to everyone to develop knowledge and tools to integrate these aspects into teaching practice.
A Swedish library organises contactless pick-ups of books outside the library to provide reading material during the lockdowns.
The librarians from Tallinn Central Library read books to children over the phone, Skype or Facebook until the government-imposed isolation ends.
An educational initiative connects pupils studying at home with a university student willing to support them with their schoolwork.