WP7 is laying the foundation of the future of RESILIENCE.
- The aggregation of all research data collected during the first months of the project (see WP2/WP3) on topics like stakeholder requirements, interactions/products/services potentially proposed by RESILIENCE, etc.
- The definition of an exploitation path: how to exploit RESILIENCE results aiming at the growth of the research infrastructure.
- The exploration of new solutions in multilingual data management, metadata unification, and the linking of open data (cf. WP2 and WP3), thereby making a considerable contribution to the field of digital humanities.
- The encouragement of new approaches to religion in general through the publication and exploitation of previously unknown and/or neglected important data;
- Allowing and facilitating knowledge transfer between multiple religious communities and denominations.
- Maximizing RESILIENCE impact on politics and policy-making in the European Union at large (e.g. being advisors of a fair religious education in public schools, on the perceptions of religious holidays, and how the events of religious relevance are celebrated and remembered across Europe).
- Increasing RESILIENCE weight in the public sphere through the exchanges, training opportunities, and consulting activities that the consortium intends to offer.
- Creating a Sustainable Business Model (SBM) for the RESILIENCE ecosystem and test it with internal/external stakeholders.
- Defining a cost/revenue plan to ensure a sustainable management of RESILIENCE during the first 5 years of preparation/implementation/operation.