The Latvian government implemented a three-pronged policy measure designed to provide relief to youth, parents, and teachers from the emotional and educational hardships caused by COVID-19. While one branch was focused on the well-being of teachers, the other two focused on youth.
The City of Paris is carrying out far-reaching measures to become a ’15-minute city’, meaning that inhabitants should be able to reach whatever facilities they need within a 15-minute walk from their home.
In Ireland, fathers’ changing roles due to Covid-19 were highlighted at a webinar hosted by the Childhood development.
In Belgium, the National Labour Council (NAR) concluded a national interprofessional collective agreement on teleworking during the COVID-19 crisis, which provides a clear framework for the minimum arrangements to be made at company level.
The ‘Success is ME’ programme aims to support women in Poland and get them active in the labour market.
In Essen, Germany, the municipal authorities have set as their long-term objective the connection of green spaces and waterways throughout the perimeter of the city.