Over the two years of the project, K&I coordinated a network of national researchers in 30 countries, who collected 780 stories of intersectional inequality that formed the backbone of the research.

To give these stories a wider dissemination and inspire others, a selection of them was collected in a book, titled “(Better) stories from the pandemic”. The publication gathers the experiences of people who, in their own voices, tell how some of their difficulties suddenly worsened and became unbearable during the crisis. In the book, emotions emerge following a wave motion, moving from stories of pain and troubles to more positive experiences that convey hope, resilience and a beneficial change.

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