RESILIENCE is 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).
Religious diversity is a constant challenge for European society and identity, resulting in an increased need for mutual understanding, in which scholars can play a crucial role.Read more
RESILIENCE stands for: REligious Studies Infrastructure: tooLs, Innovation, Experts, conNections and Centres in Europe.Read more
We've listed our main objective for the current phase and the Long Term Goals for our Research Infrastructure.Read more
Thirteen institutions have joined forces in RESILIENCE as a consortium partner.Read more
Here you will find the institutions that joined RESILIENCE as an observer or associate partner.Read more
Until the legal structure of the ERIC is established (2025), RESILIENCE puts in place an interim governance and organisational model with roles, competences, responsibilities and extent of powers agreed-upon by the partners.Read more
The work in this phase is divided into six different workpackages.Read more
A deliverable is a specific type of output submitted during the project phase. In our case, it is a document available in the form of a pdf. Here you will find an overview of the public deliverables.Read more
RESILIENCE entered the ESFRI Roadmap in 2021. This means that RESILIENCE will take its place in the strategic Research Infrastructures for the European Research Area and that it can work on the further development of the Research Infrastructure for Religious Studies.Read more
ESFRI, the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures, is a strategic instrument to develop the scientific integration of Europe and to strengthen its international outreach. The competitive and open access to high quality Research Infrastructures supports and benchmarks the quality of the activities of European scientists, and attracts the best researchers from around the world.Read more
RESILIENCE seeks synergy by establishing relationships with observers and associate partners.Read more
Here you will find our logos in various formats, information on branding, as well as images to use in the context of RESILIENCE.Read more
Working on a Research Infrastructure means also learning from other initiatives and projects and exchanging or collaborating with them.Read more
Thirteen European institutions have joined forces in RESILIENCE.