Project duration: 1/6/2022 – 31/5/2025

Client: Croatian Science Foundation

Team leader: Senada Šelo Šabić, PhD

The leaders are scientists from the following institutions: Free University Berlin (which is also the coordinator); University of Campinas, Sao Paulo; University Laval, Québec; University of Helsinki; University of Colombia, Bogota; Glasgow Caledonian University; University of Wroclaw; University of Texas Houston, El Paso, and IRMO. The partners are scientists from the following institutions: Özyegin University, Istanbul; Federal University of Amazonas, Manaus, Brazil; University of Brasilia, Brazil; State University of Rio de Janeiro; Kyiv School of Economics and University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna.

ENDURE is organized into five clusters.
I – Governance in Times of Crisis
II – Challenging Inequalities in Post-Covid World
III – Public Attitudes and Resilience After Crisis Events
IV – Mobilizing (D/Mis)information and Communities
V – Interdisciplinary Knowledge Synthesis of ENDURE
It is handled by a large consortium consisting of nine leaders and six partners.
Most clusters will require the collection of empirical data by all teams. Among other things, multi-sector analyzes and analyzes over time periods will be carried out; ethnographic research; comparative research; and social network analysis.
Within the framework of the project, the employment of post-doctoral students is planned for a period of 24 months.
ENDURE will conduct research through four objectives:
– Drivers of inequalities and new forms of (de-)mobilization;
– Governance and (de-)mobilization;
– Community resilience and building back better; and
– Dis- and misinformation, conspiracy theories, and social media.
– Community Resilience Labs
– Panels of experts
– My (Resilience) Story podcast/videocast
– Resilience Encyclopedia
– Exhibitions and digital galleries
– Five academic workshops
– Workshops with students and young researchers

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