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Živković, Igor; Kerremans, Aart; Denis, Alain
RESISTIRÉ researches the unequal impacts of theCOVID-19 outbreak and its policy responses on behavioural, social and economic inequalities in 31 countries (EU-27 plus Iceland, UK, Serbia and Turkey) and works towards individual and societal resilience. It does so by mapping policies and social initiatives, collecting quantitative and qualitative data, and by analysing and translating these to insights that are then used for designing, devising and piloting solutions for improved policies and social innovations to be deployed by policymakers, stakeholders and actors in the field in different policy domains.
The results of the project’s research activities conducted within its first cycle (May-July 2021), combined with expert discussions in Open Studios, have led to the development of Operational Recommendations, Pilot Projects and an Agenda for Future Research.
This Agenda for Future Research consists of four domains(Care, Work & Pay, Human Rights and Health, Gender-based Violence) which contain an analysis of previous findings from the RESISTIRÉ project, as well as an identification of research gaps. It also outlines which research questions and topics future research should address, and what questions RESISTIRÉ will focus on in the second cycle.