The Covid-19 pandemic came as a real blow to the events sector. When all events were cancelled, Nadine Bortscheller and Ann-Kathrin Schmidt at first lost sleep over the situation. In the video, the two women explain why burying their heads in the sand was not an option, and what they want future policy to look like.
When Oliver Tautorat was forced to shut his theatre in March 2020, his first reaction was one of fear: In this video, Oliver tells us how he, as a creative, was able to overcome the shock, which of the stimulus measures have allowed him to stay afloat until now, and how he plans to get back on track despite some big challenges.
When the Covid-19 pandemic started, single mother Yasemin Arpaci was caught unawares. She and her son were initially forced to manage the burden all on their own. In the video, she tells the story of how the two of them coped and what support they had.
Coronavirus How are you, Germany? Episode 1: The mayor
The months of crisis since the outbreak of the pandemic have been weighing heavily on the mayor of the northern German city of Kiel, both on him as an individual and as a public figure with responsibilities for the city's inhabitants. Now Ulf Kämpfer, PhD, wants to make Kiel a model city for sustainability and digital technology. In the video, he explains how the stimulus package is helping him …