RESILIENCE is a European cross-disciplinary research infrastructure serving the study of religion in all academic fields. It connects research centers, data holders and services distributed all over Europe and creates new instruments and services for its scientific community
RESILIENCE primarily serves the academic community, and at the same time its impact extends significantly to the non-academic community: it offers the tools for an innovative approach to Religious Studies which can be used to build a European response to the challenge of religious diversity.
RESILIENCE is currently in the Preparatory Phase (2022-2026). We are working hard to get a clear picture of the future infrastructure: what will it look like, what services will we provide and what does that mean for our users?
Picking up the ESFRI Forum’s qualification that Religious Studies is a high potential strategic area, thirteen European institutions have created a consortium which addresses the challenge of creating a larger, structured involvement of excellent scholars who innovatively produce competencies, knowledge, approaches, and impact within the scientific domain of Religious Studies. RESILIENCE is listed in the ESFRI Roadmap 2021 and has received funding from the European Commission for its Preparatory Phase (2022-2026).