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Source: Koerber StiftungDas interest in the hands-on action was great: From the small child involved up to young adult, from single project up to the digital class of work, from Nonfiction to Comic – more than 1,500 children and young people from all the provinces in “story for tomorrow. Our everyday life in the Corona-crisis”. In a total of 1,120 entries, they shared their personal impressions and experiences during the Corona-crisis.”The insights that children and young people with their pictures, Essays, poems, and Podcasts in your everyday life and emotional life during the Corona-type crisis, are a great gift. You make us and future generations, we see how much young people are affected in their daily lives and in their innermost by the impact of the pandemic, although they are valid from a medical point of view, as a risk group,” said Gabriele Woidelko, head of sector, history and politics of the Körber Foundation.The Jury has now selected the 50 posts that will be awarded with a book prize. They can all be accessed online.The hands-on action was jointly initiated by the Körber Foundation and the newly founded coronarchiv.to the gallery of the contributions press release
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