Welcome to the RESISTIRÉ project
Reducing gendered inequalities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
RESISTIRÉ (RESpondIng to outbreakS through co-creaTIve inclusive equality stRatEgies) is gathering ten European partners and a wider network of researchers to analyse the impact of COVID-19 policies on gendered inequalities.
Every six months until March 2023, the project will publish up-to-date research reports, policy recommendations, and innovative pilot actions to foster a fairer social recovery.
In Essen, Germany, the municipal authorities have set as their long-term objective the connection of green spaces and waterways throughout the perimeter of the city.
The aim of this initiative is to support medical staff in Latvia during the Covid-19 crisis.
The aim of the Open Studios is to co-design practical policy solutions that can really make a difference.Adequate responses and operational tools...
RESISTIRÉ develops its actions within three cycles that combine quantitative and qualitative research with co-creation activities.
Each cycle takes six months and is repeated twice, producing operational results while integrating insights from the previous one.
Research activities in 31 countries include mapping COVID-19 policies, analysing quantitative data, collecting direct inputs from victims of inequalities.
Research results are interpreted in Open Studios to co-create recommendations, propose ideas and identify knowledge gaps.
Recommendations are put into action to develop concrete actions, white papers, and further research inputs.
The process results in a new research agenda, advocacy, policy recommendations and the launch of innovative pilot actions.