How do you feel about the digitalization of your life during the quarantine? Did/do you feel that you could/can not perform at your best because of a lack of digital tools? In the past few months, have you felt the need to stay connected more than usual? 

These are just some of the questions you can answer in the APProach project’s latest surveys, open to all with the aim to unveil the relationship between Covid-19 and the digital world.

In a situation where the Covid-19 crisis is affecting everyone and challenging every citizen as well as companies, civil society organizations, municipalities and the likes, adaptation is the keyword in order to find a new balance between private and professional life. While on the one hand inequalities are more and more visible, on the other hand digital tools are now on the frontlines to enable everyone to work, stay connected with their relatives, do their basic everyday activities such as shopping online, staying informed, receiving updates on the evolution of the situation and so on.

As a consequence, those same digital tools are becoming more and more present in our lives, and having access to them has increasingly become a need for everyone. For this reason, ALDA and the APProach project consortium wish to understand and evaluate how exactly the Covid-19 crisis has impacted and keeps impacting everyone’s daily life in relation to the digital world.

Two surveys are available:

  • Нажмите ЗДЕСЬ to fill in the survey for citizens
  • Нажмите ЗДЕСЬ to fill in the survey for social and economic actors such as municipalities, companies, NGOs…

It only takes a few minutes! For more information on the APProach project, check out its Facebook и Twitter profiles, subscribe to the APProach newsletter, and/or email approachproject@aldaintranet.org!

Co-funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship programme, the APProach project aims to facilitate the circulation of information towards EU mobile citizens for them to effectively exercise their rights in their new city of residence. Starting in April 2018, the project is working to fill a currently existing gap which limits the exercise of these citizens’ civic rights by co-creating an online platform in their support.

How do you feel about the digitalization of your life during the quarantine? Did/do you feel that you could/can not perform at your best because of a lack of digital tools? In the past few months, have you felt the need to stay connected more than usual? 

These are just some of the questions you can answer in the APProach project’s latest surveys, open to all with the aim to unveil the relationship between Covid-19 and the digital world.

In a situation where the Covid-19 crisis is affecting everyone and challenging every citizen as well as companies, civil society organizations, municipalities and the likes, adaptation is the keyword in order to find a new balance between private and professional life. While on the one hand inequalities are more and more visible, on the other hand digital tools are now on the frontlines to enable everyone to work, stay connected with their relatives, do their basic everyday activities such as shopping online, staying informed, receiving updates on the evolution of the situation and so on.

As a consequence, those same digital tools are becoming more and more present in our lives, and having access to them has increasingly become a need for everyone. For this reason, ALDA and the APProach project consortium wish to understand and evaluate how exactly the Covid-19 crisis has impacted and keeps impacting everyone’s daily life in relation to the digital world.

Two surveys are available:

  • Нажмите ЗДЕСЬ to fill in the survey for citizens
  • Нажмите ЗДЕСЬ to fill in the survey for social and economic actors such as municipalities, companies, NGOs…

It only takes a few minutes! For more information on the APProach project, check out its Facebook и Twitter profiles, subscribe to the APProach newsletter, and/or email approachproject@aldaintranet.org!

Co-funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship programme, the APProach project aims to facilitate the circulation of information towards EU mobile citizens for them to effectively exercise their rights in their new city of residence. Starting in April 2018, the project is working to fill a currently existing gap which limits the exercise of these citizens’ civic rights by co-creating an online platform in their support.