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  • They have launched their podcast in January 2022 and published a total of four episodes since, with one more to come soon. The podcast is available here, as well as on Spotify and iTunes.
  • They have published a video on “Intersectionality and the COVID-19 pandemic”. This video sheds light on intersectionality theory and why this theory is useful for understanding the unequal impacts of the pandemic on different groups in society.
  • Latest publication: Molenaar, J., & Van Praag, L. (2022). Migrants as ‘vulnerable groups in the COVID-19 pandemic: A critical discourse analysis of a taken-for-granted label in academic literature. SSM-Qualitative Research in Health, 2, 100076.
  • Viktoria Adler (SYNYO Research), Diotima Bertel (SYNYO Research) and James Edwards (SINUS Markt- und Sozialforschung) participated in the 17th EASA Biennial Conference “Transformation, Hope and the Commons”, presenting “ I think we should have shown more empathy as a state”. Rethinking ‘vulnerability’ in the current COVID-19 response.”
  • Jil Molenaar (University of Antwerp) participated in the 19th Biennal European Society for Health and Medical Sociology Conference, presenting “A case study of community-based initiatives’ potential to improve mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic in Antwerp”