Published September 14, 2023 | Version v1
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RESISTIRÉ Dataset: Narratives on inequalities caused by policy and societal responses to Covid-19 in Europe – second cycle

  • 1. University of Gothenburg
  • 2. Örebro University
  • 3. Knowledge & Innovation
  • 1. European Science Foundation
  • 2. Knowledge & Innovation
  • 3. Centre for Teacher Education, University of Vienna
  • 4. Yellow Window
  • 5. Indipendent researcher
  • 6. Solidarna - Foundation for Human Rights and Solidarity
  • 7. ISAS
  • 8. Aalborg University, Department of Politics and Society
  • 9. University of Tartu.
  • 10. Equality Research Helsinki (company)
  • 11. CNRS, Centre Norbert Elias,
  • 12. Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Researc
  • 13. Centre for Gender Studies Panteion University
  • 14. CEU Democracy Institute
  • 15. University of Iceland
  • 16. Technological university Dublin
  • 17. University of Latvia
  • 18. Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences
  • 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. Örebro University
  • 26. Oxford Brookes University


This dataset contains 295 narratives, including keywords and specifically telling quotes. It is the second of three sets of narratives collected and analysed in RESISTIRÉ. The narrative interviews were conducted in national languages by the consortium partners and a network of national researchers covering the EU27 (except Malta), and Iceland, Serbia, and the UK in December 2021-February 2022. Narrative interviewing is a qualitative research method that involves inviting participants to tell their own stories and experiences in their own words. The technique is used to collect and share a person’s story which entails both a research methodology and a mechanism for storytelling i.e. both a way of telling a story, and a way of knowing. Narratives as a technique can make visible how multiple sources of inequalities intersect, as well as the situational and contextual nature of inequalities from a single person’s perspective.  



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