Published September 27, 2023 | Version v1
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RESISTIRE D3.4 Overview of summary reports on mapping quantitative indicators – cycle 1, 2, and 3

  • 1. Oxford Brookes University

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  • 1. European Science Foundation

Description

This report presents a summary of the three-cycle analysis of quantitative indicators within the RESISTIRÉ project. It focuses on assessing the economic, social, and environmental impacts of COVID-19 at both the national and European levels. National insights are derived from Rapid Assessment Surveys (RAS), while European-level insights are based on literature reviews and the analysis of the Eurofound online survey "Living, working and COVID-19," conducted between 2020 and 2022.
The first cycle offered analytical insights into the pandemic's impact across various domains of inequality, including the labor market, the economy, gender pay disparities, pension gaps, gender care gap, gender-based violence, decision-making in politics, human and fundamental rights, and environmental justice. In the second cycle, we updated the quantitative assessment of both national and European indicators, with a particular focus on the experiences of distinct demographic groups. This included young and older individuals, single parents, migrants, refugees, asylum seekers, and members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ+) communities. The third cycle concentrated on longitudinal data and indicators to uncover the lasting impact of the pandemic and potential actions to tackle future crises. This report showcases the key findings from these cycles, illustrating how the pandemic's profound effects affected individuals across multiple dimensions of inequality. It also identifies recovery strategies and offers insights into methodological approaches for researching similar crises in the future.

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D3.4 RESISTIRE Summary report on mapping quantitative indicators cycles 1-3.pdf

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Funding

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