Generation Corona: The Pandemic Is Changing Our Children’s Lives for the Worse




DER SPIEGEL 49/2020








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When Thomas von Thenen's doctor said she really couldn't handle going to school digitally on her own, he thought to himself: "Should I stop working?"



When Thomas von Thenen’s doctor said she really couldn’t handle going to school digitally on her own, he thought to himself: “Should I stop working?”


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Pastor Bernd Siggelkow of the organization Arche in Berlin, which helps impoverished children, says things have become "a lot tighter" for socio-economically disadvantaged children as a result of the pandemic.



Pastor Bernd Siggelkow of the organization Arche in Berlin, which helps impoverished children, says things have become “a lot tighter” for socio-economically disadvantaged children as a result of the pandemic.


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71% of the children and adolescents surveyed feel the corona crisis is either extremely or quite stressful.

Source: UKE’s Copsy Study, an online survey taken from May 26-June 10; 1,040 children and adolescents between the ages of 11 and 17 were polled





Student Lass Lohmann at the Cologne/Bonn Airport: It hurts when you have to abandon your dreams.



Student Lass Lohmann at the Cologne/Bonn Airport: It hurts when you have to abandon your dreams.


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