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Watch the webinar: #AskTheExpert - EU citizens experience deep fatigue and frustration as pandemic enters second year - New survey findings from Living, working and COVID-19

T, 18/05/2021
T, 18/05/2021

#AskTheExpert - EU citizens experience deep fatigue and frustration as pandemic enters second year: New survey findings from Living, working and COVID-19

18 May 2021 @ 10.00 – 11.00 IST (11.00 – 12.00 CEST)

 

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Daphne Ahrendt, Senior Research manager at Eurofound, will present the first findings from round three of Eurofound’s e-survey Living, working and COVID-19, fielded in February and March 2021. The LIVE webinar will be an opportunity to explore how EU citizens’ social, employment and economic situation has evolved during one year of closures and restrictions in the wake of COVID-19. For the first time, Daphne will also share findings on EU citizens’ attitudes to vaccines and EU-wide vaccination programmes.

Moderated by Mary McCaughey, Head of Information and Communication at Eurofound, the webinar will look at the main country differences and trends over the past fourteen months, as well as various stories that have emerged since Eurofound’s first and second rounds of the survey in April 2020 and July 2020. A LIVE chat will be available for a questions and answers session with participants.

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Moderator: Mary McCaughey

Mary is Head of Information and Communication in Eurofound. A graduate of Trinity College, Dublin and the College of Europe, Bruges, she started work in Brussels with Europolitics and the Wall Street Journal Europe. She worked with the Association of European Parliamentarians with Africa (AWEPA) in South Africa during the country’s transition to democracy, and in 1998 she took up the post of spokesperson with the Delegation of the European Union in Pretoria, heading up its press and information department during the negotiation of the EU–South Africa free trade agreement. Following the end of the Kosovo War, she worked as a communications consultant for the European Agency for Reconstruction in Serbia. She took up the post of Editor-in-Chief in Eurofound in 2003.

Speaker: Daphne Ahrendt

Daphne is a Senior Research Manager in the Social Policies unit at Eurofound. Since joining Eurofound in 2013, her work has covered a broad range of social policy areas. At present, she is coordinating Eurofound's survey management and development activity. Daphne has more than 20 years of experience as a researcher working on international surveys, having previously worked in the Eurobarometer Unit at the European Commission and at the National Centre for Social Research in London where she worked on the International Social Survey Programme. Daphne holds a Master's degree in Criminal Justice Policies from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from San Francisco State University.


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