How will the GST affect the education sector

Challenges

Over 500 challenges were submitted - by citizens: in, associations, representatives: in the public sector, business, science or civil society. These serve as the starting point for the 48-hour sprint on the weekend. You haven't submitted your challenge yet? We will also address other challenges in the subsequent implementation program. You can find more information about this here shortly after the 48-hour sprint.

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Insight into submitted challenges

Local engagement

City and country life

ID: 100285

How can we establish sustainable tourism (+ culture + leisure industry) that strengthens sustainable mobility, improves coexistence between people, the environment and the climate, makes the local / regional economy more resilient to crises and connects smart with analogue intelligent?

Submitted by: Verband Region Rhein-Neckar
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Circular economy and use of resources

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100319

How can we persuade municipalities and companies to shape their corporate practice of zero waste? With which tool can we make the successes visible and present lighthouses?

Submitted by: Individual (s)
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School - learning in the digitized world

Education, lifelong learning and new jobs

ID: 100605

How can we make good used corporate hardware available to schools on a larger scale for free instead of being scrapped or marketed?

There is a lack of hardware in many schools: 80% among pupils, 58% among teachers and 58% in schools (German School Barometer). 98% of students expect the school to teach them digital skills (VBE survey). Companies expect digital sovereignty. The educational gap is growing wider and wider. State programs do not work. At the same time, electronic waste is a global environmental problem. If the service life of the hardware were doubled, the environmental impact could be cut in half. But the "PC donation" offer is far too little known among schools and companies and funding is not secured. So far, pc-spende.de has been able to convey hardware with a used equivalent of € 5.8 million free of charge to schools (for € 1 million, handling costs of around € 50,000 = factor 1:20).

Submitted by: Das macht Schule non-profit GmbH
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Agriculture and Food

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100664

How can we counter target conflicts in the areas of nutrition / agriculture, biodiversity and climate protection at the municipal level through innovative and digital approaches?

Submitted by: Landesarbeitsgemeinschaft Agenda 21 NRW e.V.
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Circular economy and use of resources

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100656

How can we achieve that (reusable) packaging systems for take-away food are accepted and used holistically in society when disposable items are still cheaper (and sometimes also easier to transport)?

Submitted by: Individual (s)
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Households, Consumption and Lifestyles

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100693

How can we ensure that more solar systems are installed on private roofs in order to promote climate protection

Submitted by: Stadtwerke Halle (Westphalia)
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Sustainable retail

City and country life

ID: 100435

How can we jointly design the inner city of the future in such a way that it inspires citizens and visitors and, in addition to established offers such as retail and gastronomy, also gives space to new approaches and ideas?

(Inner) urban development should be done jointly with administration, politics, inner-city actors and citizens. The structural change in the retail sector and the resulting vacant retail space in the inner cities are creating spaces that can be made usable for urban society. In addition to short-term actions, it is important to look for and find long-term solutions. In addition, the public space should also be designed in such a way that it invites visitors to stay without consumption (i.e. not just areas for outdoor catering). With all of this, it should be noted that every city has its own character, its own brand. So there cannot be the same solution for everyone, but it should always have a certain quality and suit the city.

Submitted by: Bundesvereinigung City- und Stadtmarketing Deutschland e.V.
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Anti-Discrimination and Social Justice

Anti-Discrimination, Democracy and Engagement

ID: 100053

How can we make it possible for vulnerable people or witnesses to be able to provide digital help in the event of attacks without them making this visible to the outside world (silent alarm) in order not to endanger themselves (location would be e.g. public transport)?

It is important that the application is low-threshold and barrier-free. Misuse (keywords liability and assumption of costs) should also be monitored and discussed with the security authorities. A nationwide application is possible.

Submitted by: City of Mannheim
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Mental health

Health and mental wellbeing

ID: 100648

How can we support people in psychological crises (or other target groups with limited opportunities to participate) through meaningful work offers in nature that also make a contribution to biodiversity and climate protection?

Submitted by: Heckenretter e.V.
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Anti-Discrimination and Social Justice

Anti-Discrimination, Democracy and Engagement

ID: 100236

How do we manage to win (young) women more responsibility for municipal political offices?

Reasons why young women are less likely to run for office: - Women often have to expose themselves to greater hostility (misogyny and agitation are a well-known problem) - Women are often reduced to appearance (clothing, haircut). As a result, women usually have to assert and justify themselves more strongly. - Unfortunately, the distribution of roles is still firmly anchored in people's minds ((insulting) clichés are: women at the stove, women have to raise children, etc.) inflexible working hours are connected (problem with reconciling work and family, hobbies, volunteering), 2. entailing well-established (administrative) structures that do not want to be broken up

Submitted by: Association of Cities in Baden-Württemberg
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Innovative citizen services

Digital state and digital consumer protection

ID: 100719

How can we establish a digital administration in which topics such as health, mobile working and citizen platforms are taken over in the long term with innovative approaches?

- Which citizen platforms are there already? - Who are the local innovation drivers and how have they been integrated into the innovation process so far? - How is information communicated by the administration to citizens? - Are there city / communal contact persons for innovations?

Submitted by: Fraunhofer IAO Stuttgart
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Lifelong learning - further education and training

Education, lifelong learning and new jobs

ID: 100654

How can we design adult education offers in the future? Digital, analog - or "somehow completely different"?

Submitted by: Catholic Adult Education District Ravensburg e.V.
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Local engagement

City and country life

ID: 100575

How can we make digital solutions with a local reference available in public spaces?

Public urban spaces offer their own qualities (low-threshold access, local relevance, well-known rules of conduct, ...) that can benefit from digital possibilities (easy sharing of information, scaling, city-wide exchange in real time, ...) and, in turn, enrich them. Purely digital solutions for neighborhood networking and participation are usually accessed on individual devices. This means that access and device costs are passed on to the private, individual side. A "common" interface solution in public space could support the perception and use of existing offers and have an activating effect in urban space. As a permanent infrastructure, the solution should be accessible 24/7. Low costs help with dissemination.

Submitted by: Studio JoHey!
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Sustainable retail

City and country life

ID: 100404

How can we make the inner city of a medium-sized center in rural areas attractive and sustainable with funding, but not just focusing on retail?

Problems of retail through online trading and economic losses in the Corona period / High identity effect in the city center / Important location factor 'city center / retail' and thus an economic factor (securing skilled workers)

Submitted by: City of Brilon
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Households, Consumption and Lifestyles

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100808

How can municipalities become pioneers in climate policy? How can municipalities become climate neutral faster? How can they support each other in this? How can the signaling effect of local measures be strengthened in order to motivate other municipalities?

Submitted by: Imagine Zero
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Mobility and traffic

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100707

How can we establish micro hubs as an integral part of the urban supply chain in an economically viable manner?

Submitted by: Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg
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School - learning in the digitized world

Education, lifelong learning and new jobs

ID: 100739

How can we restore the relationships between children, schoolchildren and students so that they can cope well with the impassable and stressful situations of school and university life?

Submitted by: Atento-learning
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Anti-Discrimination and Social Justice

Anti-Discrimination, Democracy and Engagement

ID: 100098

How can we observe and implement accessibility?

Accessibility is the prerequisite for equal and self-determined participation of all people in society. In the current situation, she is going over the ramp for wheelchair users. People are excluded if they do not participate in our information society. For example, digital solutions are currently being offered at short notice as a replacement for (public) face-to-face events without taking into account the needs of people with different types of communication restrictions. Deficits can be seen in both technical and application-oriented terms.

Submitted by: The State Commissioner for People with Disabilities Schleswig-Holstein
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Local engagement

City and country life

ID: 100061

How can we create an attractive, lively environment for citizens and businesses in our town, especially in the center of town?

Integrated urban development concept (ISEK) of the municipality of Geisenhausen: https://www.geisenhausen.de/isek-final.pdf Project "Ortsmitte 2.0" of the Silicon Vilstal initiative: https://siliconvilstal.de/wp-content/uploads/2020 /10/Silicon-Vilstal-Ortsmitte-2.0-Partnerinformation.pdf

Submitted by: Marktgemeinde Geisenhausen
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Circular economy and use of resources

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100607

How can we in Germany achieve in the short term that the target for the e-waste collection rate of 65% is met (currently around 45%) and the sense of responsibility in the population / economy / municipalities for circular economy increases?

Submitted by: Das macht Schule non-profit GmbH
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Public health Service

Health and mental wellbeing

ID: 100711

How can we determine the current Corona "incidence" in a statistically reliable manner, so that a reliable extrapolation is possible?

Submitted by: Individual (s)
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Innovative citizen services

Digital state and digital consumer protection

ID: 100036

How can we get Germany, the federal states and the municipalities to create a legal basis so that in future all elections to the Bundestag, state parliaments and local parliaments can be carried out digitally, in compliance with data protection regulations and in a legally secure manner?

This development could be addressed in connection with the planned allocation of a digital citizen number. There are already models in countries such as Estonia and Latvia in which electronic elections have been successfully implemented for a number of years. The entire organization of an election in the administrations up / down the country would be reduced to a minimum. I'm expecting quite a bit of savings here.

Submitted by: Municipality of Lehrensteinsfeld
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Mental health

Health and mental wellbeing

ID: 100788

How can we easily bring volunteer time donors together with regional projects?

Submitted by: Individual (s)
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Circular economy and use of resources

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100810

How can we ensure that citizens are informed about the seriousness of the climate crisis? As a civil society, we are only able to act if we have the necessary knowledge. Very few understand how concrete, real and great the danger is.

Submitted by: Imagine Zero
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Equal Opportunities in Education

Education, lifelong learning and new jobs

ID: 100282

How can we manage to enable people with little digital knowledge to participate on a low-threshold basis?

Many parents are unable to support their children in homeschooling due to a lack of technical skills. In the meantime, it takes an experienced handling of mail systems, websites and online shops everywhere in order to be able to meet one's daily needs at all. Similar to the illiterate, there is great shame to admit ignorance and inexperience. In addition, people are anxious when dealing with digital offers due to insufficient knowledge. There are no simple and low-threshold (anonymous) educational offers,

Submitted by: Bürgerstiftung Stuttgart
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Circular economy and use of resources

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100326

How can we in the future ensure that not only reduced CO2 emissions are assessed positively, but also active CO2 reduction?

CCS technologies make it possible to bind CO2 directly in the production process or from the environment and to store it permanently in various forms

Submitted by: IB Quirbach
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Households, Consumption and Lifestyles

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100781

How can we reduce the high data consumption of video conferences without losing the most important advantages?

Submitted by: Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety
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Mobility and traffic

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100507

How can we provide a multimodal route planner for large and heavy loads at short notice?

So far, there is no multimodal route planner for road, rail and waterways for large and heavy transports (GST). However, this is necessary in order to actually automatically check possible transport routes of GST. In the process management for large and heavy transports (VEMAGS), a routing-capable road network based on the "Here road network data BRD" is available in the prototype. The waterway also has a routable digital transport network of the federal waterways.

Submitted by: BMVI
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School - learning in the digitized world

Education, lifelong learning and new jobs

ID: 100542

How can we ensure that hybrid forms of learning are used in school and practical training in all training occupations not only on an ad-hoc basis (e.g. lockdown) but as a standard form in combination with other training methods / forms of teaching?

Hybrid forms of learning should also be used during the "normal" training period (without lockdown) in order to introduce trainees to these forms of learning. There should be no "exceptions". There are trainees who benefit from this form of learning. This means that all trainees are well prepared for another necessary "lockdown". The trainee must have digital end devices (loaner devices if necessary). Data line / required and stable data volume must be ensured (e.g. by providing hotpots). Teachers must be trained in methodology and didactics.

Submitted by: Ministry of Economics, Transport, Labor, Technology and Tourism of the State of Schleswig-Holstein
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Mental health

Health and mental wellbeing

ID: 100527

How can we support mentally stressed parents and strengthen their resources?

Submitted by: Individual (s)
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Lifelong learning - further education and training

Education, lifelong learning and new jobs

ID: 100166

How can we ensure that further and advanced training offers, especially those on topics relevant to digitization, are designed in such a way that they address the needs of women and men equally and can also be used equally?

Women take part in further education and training less often, among other things because they more often work part-time or are temporary and often take on more unpaid care work than men (= less time for further education and training). The proportion of women in STEM training is also lower. With a view to the loss of jobs in the course of digitization, access to training and further education offers is central to the acquisition of skills that enable equal participation in the digitized labor market.

Submitted by: Federal Ministry for Family, Seniors, Women and Youth
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Public health Service

Health and mental wellbeing

ID: 100532

How can we use the possibilities of digitization to give children, adolescents and their private environment assistance in the event of sexual violence and / or to support the help system.

The challenge is to be implemented in Hessen; this is particularly relevant if the target group is of an institutional nature or if other structures and actors are to be involved.

Submitted by: Hessian State Chancellery
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Public health Service

Health and mental wellbeing

ID: 100746

How can we simplify the implementation and verification of lay self-tests or even enable them for small businesses?

Submitted by: Individual (s)
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Digital public and political education

Anti-Discrimination, Democracy and Engagement

ID: 100481

How can we design approval procedures and funding applications for administrations and associations / volunteers without it being time-consuming and linguistically difficult or important things being overlooked?

Many applications take place at the municipality / district level. Each municipality / district has its own forms. Examples: Grants for leisure activities of youth groups per participant / day. For example, for a tent camp with participants from 5 municipalities / districts, another application must be filled out five times and lists of participants must be kept five times separately and submitted on paper. But it is also about permits (temporary buildings, events ...). A modern digital process that uses the possibilities of reducing bureaucracy would be a real contribution to the motivation of volunteers.

Submitted by: Landesjugendring Schleswig-Holstein
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Art and culture - access and participation

City and country life

ID: 100653

How can we make vacancies in city centers more usable for the creative and cultural industries so that good concepts do not fail because of bureaucratic hurdles?

Submitted by: Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering and Organization
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Lifelong learning - further education and training

Education, lifelong learning and new jobs

ID: 100764

How can we reduce the inhibition thresholds for cross-sector and cross-disciplinary cooperation between research institutions and companies?

Submitted by: University of Lübeck
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Circular economy and use of resources

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100809

How can tenders and awarding practices be made climate-neutral? When using public funds, how can we ensure that products and services do not endanger our future, but are CO2-neutral or CO2-negative?

Submitted by: Imagine Zero
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Loneliness in old age

Health and mental wellbeing

ID: 100632

How can we ensure film participation and cultural equality in the cinema for very old people and people with dementia?

Submitted by: Curatorium Shaping Aging
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Mobility and traffic

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100509

How can we provide information on the available cargo space on inland waterway vessels for oversized and heavy haulage on a digital marketplace?

A prerequisite for the increased use of inland waterways for large-capacity and heavy-duty transports (GST) is transparent information on the available cargo space for GST, which is provided centrally. Platforms such as Forto and Bargelink already exist in the container sector, but not in the GST sector.

Submitted by: BMVI
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Equal Opportunities in Education

Education, lifelong learning and new jobs

ID: 100602

How can we create accessible children's media that can be used by both blind and sighted children alike? Inclusion should work both ways. Blind children have a right to takitile participation in existing classic children's books.

Submitted by: PlusPlural
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Local engagement

City and country life

ID: 100437

How can we involve people from all areas of society in the design of public spaces in city centers and town centers, so that open, attractive places for communication, trade, culture etc. are created and inner cities are strengthened?

Submitted by: Individual (s)
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Lifelong learning - further education and training

Education, lifelong learning and new jobs

ID: 100545

How can we ensure that all citizens are prepared at an early stage for the health challenges of digital change in the world of work?

The digital change also brings health disadvantages such as less physical exercise and a significant increase in screen activities. How can we prepare ourselves holistically for these challenges at an early stage, inform all people comprehensively about them and enable us to compensate for disadvantages accordingly?

Submitted by: Ministry of Economics, Transport, Labor, Technology and Tourism of the State of Schleswig-Holstein
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Mobility and traffic

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100783

How can we integrate an environmentally friendly driving style in the field of autonomous driving?

Submitted by: Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety
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Mobility and traffic

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100492

How can we sensibly design the different mobility offers in the area so that the rural area does not lose its "modern" quality of life in the future, in order to remain attractive as a location, and in order to also take the citizens with us in the targeted transport turnaround?

different exercise requirements and habits

Submitted by: Samtgemeinde Zeven
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Lifelong learning - further education and training

Education, lifelong learning and new jobs

ID: 100356

How can we ensure that lifelong learning is not experienced as unimportant but as a holistic benefit? So that people, as employees of every level, are able to deal with changes and challenges in an empowered and competent manner and to grow with, with and beyond themselves?

Our social learning culture is very narrow. Especially in times of crisis, it becomes clear how important further development actually is. When employees are trained efficiently and precisely in a company, they experience their own successes and successes as a team. They grow together and together. You can competently and strongly face the diverse challenges and change processes that are placed on you. If companies and employees experience the value this has for everyone and how this affects individually and collectively, a constructive learning and performance culture is created. In which changes are perceived as opportunities, mistakes are allowed, a strong feedback culture is lived and innovations are approved.

Submitted by: Elementartraining
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New forms of (digital) engagement

Anti-Discrimination, Democracy and Engagement

ID: 100583

How can we enable associations and initiatives to better use the opportunities of digitization for the organization?

Submitted by: Germany safe online
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Mental health

Health and mental wellbeing

ID: 100675

How can we as the city of Magdeburg create offers for our citizens - especially young people - that build, strengthen and keep their mental health stable? (cultural, movement-oriented, relaxation-oriented, ...)

The current situation in the pandemic, which not only severely limits the possibilities of contact, but also makes it almost completely impossible, not only favors impairment of mental health. We need contacts, interactions, exchange, activity, rest - each weighted differently. For this we need structures and offers that are designed to be as low-threshold as possible (also with the participation of young people who are allowed to help shape their living space according to their needs). Offers that are not implemented digitally but at a distance

Submitted by: State capital Magdeburg
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Households, Consumption and Lifestyles

Climate-neutral, livable future

ID: 100695

How can we convert unused areas through multifunctional land and temporary use for citizens and thereby reduce the "space bottleneck" in inner cities?

Submitted by: Fraunhofer IAO Stuttgart
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Lifelong learning - further education and training

Education, lifelong learning and new jobs

ID: 100343

How do we ensure that university education is more interdisciplinary, soft skill, future and problem-oriented and at the same time much more aligned with the global SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals)?

Submitted by: University Clinic Magdeburg, Otto-von-Guericke University
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Innovative citizen services

Digital state and digital consumer protection

ID: 100381

How can we as municipalities communicate quickly and easily to all citizens? How can citizens communicate, offer help and pass on information both locally (within a village) and across the board (in the district)?

Submitted by: Individual (s)
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New job

Education, lifelong learning and new jobs

ID: 100089

How can we encourage the merging of similar content on the same topics, e.g. SME website and university theses, without people having to do this search manually?

an AI innovation map could find and evaluate similarities between different content

Submitted by: IHK Flensburg