The Oxford Research Centre of Humanities provides a variety of exciting competitions, articles, flash-fiction contests, podcasts and like online.
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.
In April 2020 the Brazilian Congress decided to implement a basic income which is more than half of the Brazilian minimum monthly wage for the time of the coronavirus crisis.
By fast-tracking innovation, the UK government aims to become better placed to maintain employment levels and make the UK more resilient to similar disruptions.
To enable the efficient collection and sharing of available research data in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak, the European Commission starts a new platform.
A checklist for local government lists the most important steps to prepare, respond to and recover from a pandemic.
To better inform the world about Covid-19, the WHO has launched a Facebook Messenger chatbot to offer instant and accurate information about the disease.
To support health workers, researchers and public servants with the most recent content regarding Covid-19, The Lancet has created a Coronavirus Resource Centre.
The Sanctuary Mask Initiative (SMI) provides hygiene masks for people living in Direct Provision Centres and other vulnerable populations in the community, including the elderly.
A global challenge for cost-effective solutions that help to prevent catastrophic effects of the coronavirus pandemic in developing countries.
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.
The Irish Food Board set up a special grant to support the marketing and sales initiatives of the Irish food and horticulture industry.
To replace in-person court hearings during the coronavirus crisis, video conferencing allows involved parties to go through with court proceedings.
The European Commission looks for tech and innovative companies to find a solution treating, testing and monitoring the coronavirus outbreak.
A platform connects businesses providing solutions for Covid-19 with those who need help.
The United Nations Development Programme and Hackster.io join forces with the world’s brightest technology companies to develop solutions for those who will be hardest hit by this pandemic.
The German Federal Centre for Political Education recorded several hours of classes and educational material to familiarize youths with political topics.
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 worldwide Innovation Map was launched to provide citizens with an overview of innovations helping to adapt to life during the coronavirus pandemic.