Published June 28, 2022 | Version v1
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Dataset: RESpondIng to outbreaks through co-creaTIve sustainable inclusive equality stRatEgies (RESISTIRÉ) - policies - cycle 2

  • 1. Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences
  • 1. European Science Foundation
  • 2. Centre for Teacher Education, University of Vienna
  • 3. Yellow Window
  • 4. Indipendent researcher
  • 5. Solidarna - Foundation for Human Rights and Solidarity
  • 6. Aalborg University, Department of Politics and Society
  • 7. Equality Research Helsinki (company)
  • 8. University of Tallinn
  • 9. CNRS, Centre Norbert Elias,
  • 10. Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Researc
  • 11. Centre for Gender Studies Panteion University
  • 12. CEU Democracy Institute
  • 13. University of Iceland
  • 14. TU Dublin
  • 15. K&I
  • 16. University of Latvia
  • 17. Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
  • 18. Tilburg University
  • 19. Radboud University Nijmegen
  • 20. Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland
  • 21. UBI/Cies_Iscte
  • 22. National University of Political Studies and Public Administration Bucharest
  • 23. Institute for Labour and Family Affairs
  • 24. DEUSTO
  • 25. ORU
  • 26. SABANCI University
  • 27. OBU


he aim of RESISTIRÉ (  is to understand the unequal impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic and its policy responses had on behavioural, social, and economic inequalities in 31 countries (the EU 27 along with Iceland, Serbia, Turkey, and the UK) and to work towards individual and societal resilience. RESISTIRÉ does so by collecting and analysing policy data, quantitative data, and qualitative data, and by translating these into insights to be used for designing, devising, and piloting solutions for improved policies and social innovations that can be deployed by policymakers, stakeholders and actors in relevant policy domains. The project relies on a ten-partner multidisciplinary and multisectoral European consortium and a well-established network of researchers in the 31 countries. The data were generated by 30 national researchers (NRs), representing EU27 countries (minus Malta), along with Iceland, the UK, Serbia, and Turkey. Most of them are researchers and experts in gender studies and inequality studies. The NRs were asked to analyse policies designed to stimulate and support the socioeconomic process of recovering from the pandemic in their respective countries.   


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RESISTIRE – RESpondIng to outbreaks through co-creaTIve sustainable inclusive equality stRatEgies 101015990
European Commission