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Pregnant Pause: Remarks on the Corona Crisis
Guidelines for communications planning in public health emergencies for COVID-19, drawing on risk communications and community engagement experience from cholera, Ebola and other disease outbreaks.
⚠️ Warning:Link requires access by admin - unsure what it is
Pandemic Footprint Index (PFI)
Through administering a short quiz, this resource tells you your likely impact on arising virus.
Up to date information on lockdown and relaxations in place across the world, useful guidelines and resources and much more.
Automated content delivery- free for Coronavirus projects,
📞 contact +380990032098 WhatsApp
List of tools for marketers
Understanding Coronavirus visually, for young people- Open source comic for learning about COVID-19 (written and drawn for teenagers and adults).
Graphic medicine booklets + posters available on github:
Coronavirus Print & Social Media Resources to help #StopTheSpread
will then link from education and things to do
List of Virtual Tours of museums and zoos and other cultural places.
Smithsonian Animal Tour
Smithsonian Dinosaur Tour
Louvre Art Musem, Paris
Uffizi Galleries, Italy
National Gallery, London
Brighton Royal Pavilion
Buckingham Palace, London
Reviewing the virtual gallery tour experience
National Gallery London virtual tours
A guide to 10 of the best virtual gallery tours
Virtual tours of hundreds of the world's finest museums, via Google Arts and Culture
Mixed list of Virtual Tours of museums, zoos and other cultural places
As part of the NHS at 70 project, a team of academics at the University of Manchester is creating an archive of oral testimonies for the historical record and looking to speak to anybody who can contribute towards this permanent and unique archive.
COVID-19 Skunkworks Press kit. Their open letter to the government.
Arranged to accompany a virtual dinner party, these "Conversation Menus" invite us to open up around key themes: the virus, but also love, money, travel, ambition, self-knowledge and the meaning of life.
Mapping unresolved or surprising findings related to Covid19 across areas/disciplines to facilitate overview over emerging points as well as detection of horizontal and downstream implications.
Dead bodies of people suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 should be treated with respect, ensuring the rights of the dead to a dignifying burial are upheld; adhering to standard precautions including use of appropriate PPEs, hand hygiene before and after the burial procedure.
emails for sending projects to:
🔗https://climmth and care professionals
To help the NHS to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, NHSX and NHS Digital are improving the access that doctors, nurses and other authorised health and care professionals have to medical records and information. Changes are being made to GP Connect and to the Summary Care Record to enable this. Additional functionality will be rapidly deployed across GP Connect.
🔗https://duetocovid19.com/ (30/4/2020 - Security issue when loading this site in Chrome)
Due To COVID-19: Documenting the Signs of the Pandemic. A crowd-sourced project to document all the pandemic-related signs that have gone up on storefronts, churches, and public spaces. Features almost 1000 photos from 80 cities across the world.
National COVID-19 surveillance reports, including weekly summary of findings monitored through various COVID-19 surveillance systems.
🔗https://www.wearesometime.org/?mc_cid=494460b35d&mc_eid=ada254b90c - a selection of projects for creatives to use their spare time and solve the biggest problems that have emerged from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Gender and Disaster Studies Network
As feminists - organizations and activists, working across global movements centered on human rights, sustainable development, and economic and social justice - we have come together in a moment of collective organizing to outline key principles for a just and resilient recovery from the ongoing global pandemic, as well as to track responses and uplift collective action of feminists around the world.
Collaboration and competition in COVID-19 response (Tim Unwin, UNESCO Chair in ICT4D
Mapping Our Social Change Roles in Times of Crisis…..IMAGE
COVID-19 and the Intergenerational Covenant
So it matters a great deal that we nurture and propagate stories right now about how generations are coming together in a Larger Us, and of how this is a moment when our interests across generations can realign, in which we can put the schisms of Brexit behind us, and rally around a new, hopeful, shared agenda.
A show about ordinary people building extraordinary communities that can bridge the gaps between us in a digital world.
Human Kind by Rutger Bregman
A live chat feature with a volunteer 'resource librarian' to help people quickly locate the right local and national resources to cope during the pandemic
Coronavirus Spells the End of the Neoliberal Era. What’s Next?
Coronavirus Disease COVID-19 Protection Protocol v 1.0- Introduces guidelines, which could help us to not isolate everyone while we can keep the normal life as much as possible.
Severe influenza pandemic in Micronesian Islands: Preparedness and Response
Simple Critical Infrastructure Maps is a Creative Commons licensed mapping and analysis tool for evaluating personal and social resilience. It is intended to be used for planning, and is simple enough to learn during a crisis to facilitate cooperation and effective response.
Prepare for Coronavirus
I’m not a prepper but spent two decades working in conflict, disaster and pandemic zones - primarily to develop and build long term resilient recovery (I wrote a series of books and did a few TV shows on the work).
Rolls of toilet paper used per person per year
Emergency preparedness and prepping checklists for everyone
survival and prepare books
Lesson From a Warzone
Near-term planning for secondary impacts of Coronavirus lockdowns [assuming things don't blow up]
Describes importance of digital remittances during the pandemic. Remittances account for at least 5% GDP in over 60
A global collaborative effort to understand what can be built out of the Covid-19 Crisis. Starting from the question Is it possible to start imaging the Good while the wounds are still open? Report of the first Fishbowl is available, together with the 9 streams identified. Also on twitter @Goodaftercovid
Planning for the World After the Coronavirus Pandemic
Mapping Impacts and Implications- A simple tool for sketching possible futures — in a crisis.
An incomplete, evolving collection of the new possible. Be
Waking Up in the Monster Factory with Vinay Gupta. Making Sense of What's Next.podcast.
How will coronavirus change the world?
Will coronavirus change the world?
Will coronavirus herald the end of capitalism?
Will coronavirus destroy the global economy?
What does the global coronavirus response tell us about our ability to cope with future climate shock?
How will coronavirus affect religion?
What has the coronavirus revealed about human psychology?
Fortnightly virtual round tables, groups.io and WhatsApp groups. We’ve been dynamic in dealing with the crisis. How do we learn from these breakthroughs? How do we make sense of things right now and for the future? How do we prepare for a real reboot in ‘the days after’ the crisis?
The Open Food Network is a global network of people and organisations working together to build a new food system.
🔗Is it ethical to stockpile groceries during the coronavirus crisis?
Jack Dorsey pledges $1 billion of his Square stake for COVID-19 relief efforts
Zuckerberg donates $25M to the Gates Foundation to fight coronavirus. It’s an accelerator to find new possible antiviral drugs and total funding for the accelerator is now at $125M.
Google pledges to donate $800 million and 3 million face masks in an effort to combat the coronavirus… however, over 75% of this fund comes in the form of Google ad grants and cloud computing credits.
Capitalizing on Coronavirus Panic, Threat Actors Target Victims Worldwide
The outbreak has originated a new cybersecurity threat, igniting a bevy of COVID-19-themed phishing lures and newly registered COVID-19-related domains. The technical threat surrounding COVID-19 primarily appears to be around phishing, with actors promising that attachments contain information about COVID-19.
National Cyber Security Centre
Cyber security advice during COVID-19 for individuals/families, self-employed, SMB, large orgs, public sector and cyber security professionals
High level privacy and security design for NHS COVID-19 contact tracing app
Privacy assessment of Covid-19 contact tracing app
Advisory: COVID-19 exploited by malicious cyber actors
COVID-19 exploited by hackers.
Risk assessment and consent processes
Privacy 4 is for you, to help you protect you and your clients/patients online
(soon to be published in French)
Using Technology to Communicate with Survivors During a Public Health Crisis (find additional related resources in our Digital Services Toolkit)
If domestic violence shelters consider moving their services to mobile, remote or tech-based services, this is a useful resource. The Digital Service Toolkit is available in English and Spanish.
Best Practices for Mobile Advocacy- Available in English and Spanish, this link provides information and advice about technological safety in the context of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and violence against women.
How to Operate as a Remote Workplace During a Public Health Crisis- List of tools that programs may consider during the emergency. They also provide resources on Best Practices When Using Email and Best Practices for Using Mobile Phones
Coronavirus Business and Impact Leaders
Biosecurity in Effective Altruism
Desert Locust situation update- possibility of famine
Countries Starting to Hoard Food, Threatening Global Trade
The psychology of certain behavioural trends
The idea that when disaster strikes people panic and social order collapses is very popular. It is also a myth. A huge research literature shows disaster makes people *more* pro-social. They cooperate. They support each other. They're better than ever.
Why are people ignoring expert warnings?
What Everyone’s Getting Wrong About the Toilet Paper Shortage- It isn’t really about hoarding. And there isn’t an easy fix.