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ENDURE: inequalities, community resilience and new governance modalities in a post-pandemic world

Grant number: 21/07839-2
Support Opportunities:Regular Research Grants
Duration: February 01, 2022 - January 31, 2025
Field of knowledge:Interdisciplinary Subjects
Convênio/Acordo: Trans-Atlantic Platform for the Social Sciences and Humanities
Principal Investigator:Leda Maria Caira Gitahy
Grantee:Leda Maria Caira Gitahy
Principal researcher abroad: Mihai Varga
Institution abroad: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Host Institution: Instituto de Geociências (IG). Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Campinas , SP, Brazil
Associated researchers: Adalberto Moreira Cardoso ; Aleix Altimiras Martin ; Aline Yuri Hasegawa ; Altaci Corrêa Rubim ; Alvaro Penteado Crósta ; Carla Ladeira Pimentel Águas ; Daniel de Araujo Dourado ; Fernando Mussa Abujamra Aith ; Giuseppe Mario Cocco ; Henrique dos Santos Pereira ; Iraima Andreina Lugo Montilla ; Jana Martins Leal ; Leandro Russovski Tessler ; Manuela de Carvalho Rodrigues ; Marina Fontolan ; Marta Maria Do Amaral Azevedo ; Milena Pavan Serafim ; Rafael de Brito Dias ; Sandra Francisca Bezerra Gemma ; Tatiana Schor
Associated scholarship(s):23/09223-4 - ENDURE: Inequalities, Community Resilience and New Governance Modalities in a Post-Pandemic World, BP.PD
22/07655-1 - ENDURE: inequalities, vulnerabilities and community resilience in a post-pandemic world, BP.PD


This project will examine the short- and long-term consequences of Covid-19 in line with the research priorities specified in the UN Research Roadmap. ENDURE deploys a holistic view to the study of the Covid-19 crisis, which we understand both as a new source for mobilization/de-mobilization of societies and political systems and also as ushering in a new era for change and transformation. Drawing on insights from a transatlantic team experienced in studying "inequalities", "gender", "resilience", "migration", "governance" and "radicalisation", this project is guided by five specific aims: * To analyse the governance of Covid-19 at local, national and global levels from a comparative/transatlantic perspective and explore the societal, political, and ethical consequences of these governance practices on social inequalities, on political systems, on people's rights and freedoms as well as in the context of the increasing divide between the Global North and South. * To identify how inequalities in their various dimensions (ethnicity, class, migratory status, gender and age) have been reinforced and challenged during and after the pandemic. * To study new forms of (de-)mobilization and community resilience practices, grassroots solidarity movements and the mobilization of social groups to claim their social and political rights. * To analyse the sources and mobilization of "fake news" in social and mainstream media and assess social media's empowering and repressive roles in the context of Covid-19. * To develop transatlantic platforms, co-produce practical tools and methodologies that form a systematic basis for post-pandemic recovery and aid in fostering a culture of resilience. (AU)

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