RESISTIRÉ (Responding to outbreaks through co-creative inclusive equality strategies and collaboration) is an EU-funded project that aims to reduce gendered inequalities caused by policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. For two years starting in April 2021, ten European partners and a wider network of national researchers will collect, analyse, and translate extensive data into a new research agenda, advocacy, policy recommendations, and innovative pilot actions to foster a fairer recovery.
RESISTIRÉ (Responding to outbreaks through co-creative inclusive equality strategies and collaboration) is an EU-funded project that aims to research the gendered inequalities caused by the policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and provide solutions for a fairer recovery.
For two years starting in April 2021, ten European partners and a network of national researchers will collect and analyse qualitative and quantitative data on 27 EU states, the UK, Serbia, Iceland, and Turkey, producing extensive knowledge on policy and societal responses to Covid-19 and translating it into operational insights.
RESISTIRÉ stands out for its innovative co-creation approach, which engages stakeholders from civil society as both research subjects and active co-designers of solutions and enables a swift release and implementation of outcomes.
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New mobile-based survey to study the impact of the pandemic and improve responses to future crises
14 November 2022
Post-Covid National Recovery and Resilience Plans lack concrete solutions to tackle gender inequalities shows new RESISTIRÉ report on policy mapping
29 June 2022
Reducing the gendered impact of COVID policies: RESISTIRÉ’s first set of outputs
10 January 2022
Launching RESISTIRÉ, a new EU-funded project that aims to reduce the gendered inequalities caused by COVID-19 policies.
A fact sheet detailing the project’s aim, its innovative approach, the expected outcomes, its partners and duration.