RESILIENCE seeks synergy by establishing relationships with observers and associated partners.
RESILIENCE is interested in enlarging the present consortium with organizations that can strengthen the RI and can add additional value to the services RESILIENCE offers to the academic and non-academiccommunity. The aim of the enlargement in this Preparatory Phase (2022-2026) is to have – starting 2026 –
an ERIC with strong and suitable members as supportive stakeholders as well as with cooperating partners and associate partners.
RESILIENCE is interested to enlarge the number of stakeholders, which are supportive to RESILIENCE within that legal framework.
At present RESILIENCE works with two levels of participation:
Rights: Attendance at the General Assembly and other bodies and working units, but with no voting rights.
The Specimen Observer Agreement can be downloaded here.
Other RIs, commercial institutions, GLAM-institutions, national and international academic institutions or scientific communities, consortia of institutions, academic institutions including those from outside the ESFRI community.
Rights: Participation in the working units; observing status in governance bodies.
Agreements with associate partners are tailor-made, depending on the intensity of participation.
The above text can be found in the Position Paper Enlargement RESILIENCE, accepted by RESILIENCE’s General Assembly,
Read here the specimen Observer Agreement.
For more information: contact Herman Selderhuis, chair of the Enlargement Committee.