Pan-European Response to the Impacts of COVID-19 and future Pandemics and Epidemics
PERISCOPE investigates the broad socio-economic and behavioural impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, to make Europe more resilient and prepared for future large-scale risks.
Data, Impacts and Government Responses
PERISCOPE collects data on social, economic and behavioural impacts, and assesses policy measures from all levels of government during the pandemic. We are mapping impacts on mental health, health inequalities, and capacity and resilience of health systems.
LSE Commission for Pandemic Governance and Inequalities 2023
PERISCOPE Monthly Talks #12: Resilience and Mental Health in Europe during the COVID-19 pandemic with Anna-Clara Hollander
A new PERISCOPE Monthly Talks episode is now live!
PERISCOPE launches Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) “Tools and Practices for Addressing Pandemic Challenges” on the e-learning platform Coursera
The PERISCOPE Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) draws lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic and proposes ways forward for better crisis preparedness and response. It will be officially launched on Coursera next week, on the 23rd of January 2023.
2 Year Message from Coordinator - Paolo Giudici
The PERISCOPE project has entered its third and final year. The first two years have been very successful: to date, 21 Deliverables have been completed and submitted on time, and as many as 55 papers, open access, and with an explicit acknowledgement of the project support, have been published in important peer reviewed scientific journals. To give an overview of the research activity of the project, we summarise below the main findings.