RESISTIRÉ’s first report on COVID-19 policy and societal responses is now available! The RESISTIRÉ team, supported by its wide network of national researchers, has just concluded its first cycle of in-depth research on inequalities caused by COVID-19 policies. The research highlighted…
Better is possible. RESISTIRÉ holds its first Open Studios to co-create solutions to gendered inequalities
Our team is preparing to host the project’s first-cycle Open Studios, where we will gather with activists, national researchers, policymakers, and NGO representatives in a series of intensive two-day workshops focusing on four thematic areas.
We interviewed Sofia Strid, Senior Lecturer in Gender Studies at Örebro University and scientific coordinator of RESISTIRÉ, to learn why it is important to focus specifically on gendered inequalities caused by COVID-19 policies.
History tells us that pandemics are not good for equality. While the COVID-19 crisis is exposing and exacerbating inequalities at the global level, early evidence highlights how sex and gender are influencing both the outcomes of the pandemic and its negative impact on inequalities.
To what extent have COVID-19 policies impacted gendered inequalities in Europe? How have women, vulnerable groups, and society in general responded to these inequalities? The first phase of the RESISTIRÉ project cycle is already providing answers to…
The workshops will involve experts from 31 European countries to discuss how COVID-19 policies have impacted inequalities in nine policy domains.