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mapping of Policies and societal responses

Supported by a network of national experts, RESISTIRE is mapping COVID-19 policies and societal responses in 31 countries as a reference point to analyse the pandemic’s impacts at economic, social, and environmental levels.

General national COVID-19 policies will be covered, as well as policies developed towards specific target groups, whether to remediate or reduce (negative) impacts or not. Societal initiatives developed by civil society organisations to mitigate the effects of COVId-19 policies on gender inequalities and vulnerable groups are also mapped.

These national and regional mappings will be carried out in three cycles, each of them summarised in a report that will feed the Open Studio debates in the following cycle.

Summary report for 1st mapping cycle

September 2021

Summary report for 2nd mapping cycle

March 2022

Summary report for 3rd mapping cycle

September 2022

Dataset for 1st mapping cycle of policies

September 2021

Dataset for 2nd mapping cycle of policies

March 2022

Dataset for 3rd mapping cycle of policies

September 2022

Dataset for 1st mapping cycle of societal responses

September 2021

Dataset for 2nd mapping cycle of societal responses

March 2022

Dataset for 3rd mapping cycle of societal responses

September 2022

Quantitative indicators of inequalities 

Extensive data on inequalities stemming from COVID-19 policies at national and regional levels are collected and analysed through existing rapid assessment surveys. The collected data provides quantitative insights for the project’s co-creation phases.

The process (data collection, analysis and briefings) is implemented in three cycles. 

Summary report on quantitative indicators and surveys for cycle 1

September 2021

Summary report on quantitative indicators and surveys for cycle 2

March 2022

Summary report on quantitative indicators and surveys for cycle 1

September 2022

Qualitative indicators of inequalities 

RESISTIRE collects qualitative data on behavioural, social and economic impacts of COVID-19 on inequalities through 14 pan-European workshops with experts in civil society, 90 interviews with public authority experts, and by collecting 780 individual narratives in 27 European states, as well as in Serbia, Turkey and the UK.

Qualitative data is analysed to produce insights to inform future COVID-19 policy responses and engage them into the project to provide qualitative insights into the co-creation in WP5 Open Studios

Data and knowledge gaps on the impacts on inequalities stemming from COVID-19 responses will also be identified.

The process (data collection, analysis and briefings) is repeated in three cycles, each in coordination and communication with the corresponding cycles in WP2 and WP3 and feeding into the corresponding cycle in WP5 Open Studios and WP6 Solution Development, respectively.

Summary report on qualitative inequalities

for cycle 1

September 2021

Summary report on

qualitative inequalities

for cycle 2

March 2022

Summary report on

qualitative inequalities 

for cycle 3

September 2022

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