May 19 and 20, a RESILIENCE team will meet with researchers from Greece, Georgia, Bulgaria and Albania at the Volos Academy for Theological Studies in Greece.
The team will conduct a series of interviews on the needs and requirements for research on Religious Studies within the south European context. The meeting will focus on individual user needs as well as service needs at the institutional level.
Local researchers will have the chance to present their research, and explain in-depth the challenges and difficulties they face in running projects, doing research, and achieving results. RESILIENCE will use these presentations and interviews as the basis for user-centered services and strategies, to be implemented in the next phase of the RI.
This meeting is one of a series of meetings intended to meet researchers across Europe, to arrive an informed and user-drive picture of what exactly is needed within the field of Religious Studies.
If you are interested in attending the meeting, please send an email to Nikolaos Asproulis.
Led by Workpackage Services (KU Leuven), this meeting is a joint effort between the Workpackages Services, Users and Communication. The meeting will also be used for updating and aligning strategies of the different RESILIENCE teams.