Since April 2022, the second WP2 deliverable is available. This analysis carried out during the second cycle aims to understand the extent to which National Recovery and Resilience Plans (or equivalent recovery policies in the case of non-EU countries participating in the RESISTIRÉ project) issued by individual governments have addressed gender issues and other intersectional reasons for inequality. The study also focuses on the processes that led to the development of these policies in order to understand how stakeholders were involved. Finally, it examines how civil society reacted to both the content of these policies and the process by which they were designed.
For more details, the second cycle WP2 deliverable is available on the following page