Schlagwort: Covid-19

Interview mit Kamil

Polen, Poznań: Kamil, Prozesskoordinator (Extended Content)

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Wie ist die aktuelle Situation während der Coronakrise für dich persönlich?

Für mich ist es eine weitere Lektion, dass unsere Pläne, Erwartungen und Wünsche innerhalb eines einzigen Tages geändert werden könnten. Und es gibt nichts, was wir tun könnten. So wenig im Leben scheint von uns abhängig zu sein.
Ich arbeite seit Mitte März von zu Hause aus, und ich glaube nicht, dass


Corona-Krise in Ungarn

Hungary, Gárdony: Kitti Fónagy Márta, 17, student

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Mein Name ist Kitti Fónagy Márta und ich bin eine 17 Jahre alte Schülerin aus Ungarn. Ich lebe in einer Kleinstadt auf dem halben Weg zwischen unserer Hauptstadt Budapest und dem größten See Ungarns, der Plattensee (Balaton). Meine Stadt Gárdony liegt


Long story short

Poland, Pozńan: Marta Heldt, 16, student

I’m a high school student from Poland, Poznan, I want to share with you how the situation is handled in my country:
Hi, welcome to the short story about my last months. Horizontal position – I’ve been hearing this phrase for way too long from my mother. It’s not without a reason though. I have been spending way to much time in my bed recently. The feeling of frustration, questioning every decision made by our government. It’s hard to know what to do in times like that. The school in Poland closed really quickly.


Global call to re-think education – learn to change!

African, Asian, European and Latin American Countries
different cities worldwide
: Learn2Change – Global Network of Educational Activists. Educators, practitioners and activists for change

Everything is related and interconnected


A group of Learn2Change-members from Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America who met in several video conferences wrote the attached “Global Call to re-think education – learn to change!”. We call for a global turning of our paradigms of education, as well as of our production and consumption patterns, and the way wealth is being distributed and accumulated. We need educative activism against exclusion and


Part 2

Continuation of the blog post „Research abroad vs. COVID19“

KenyaNairobi / Germany, Göttingen: Albert Nsengu M., 30, Postgraduate Student at University Goettingen

Albert Nsengu M.
Albert Nsengu M.

As days passed the numbers increased and we were caught in this pandora’s box of going out for pre-test or staying indoors for self-quarantine. The government had not decided on a lockdown yet so we went ahead and trained our teams of enumerators ready for work in the coming weeks.

Such a great team we have we said to each other, my partner could not believe how lucky we were to have such an industrious


Learning in the Age of COVID-19

USA, Hillsboro: Mykola, 28, student

It is a very strange time to be alive, and even more strange to now see my classmates and teachers through a screen. More so than the alienation of the person, I have felt the ever-increasing alienation of ideas at this time.
There are no extra interactions that happen outside of arranged class times (i.e. talking in the hallway or before class starts), and that sometimes feels like you are truly alone in the way that you processed the situation or your conceptualization of what’s going on socially and educationally. …


These 4 weeks of quarantine…

Ukraine, Verkhovyna: Anastasia Zelenchuk, student

These 4 weeks of quarantine last forever. In an instant, my life changed radically. I spent all my time at home. I was very bored. The days were slow. At that time I was studying online, but I realized that communication with people will not be replaced by the Internet NEVER!!! I lacked meeting with friends (family), cycling, visiting crowded places (shops, theatres, parks, churches, schools), walking programs in the open air. During quarantine, I made many conclusions about my life


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