Funder: EUROPEAN COMMISSION
edit_calendar Duration: from 01 January 2023 to 31 December 2025 (36 months) Current
euro 136,875.00 EUR

Of European scope.

In collaboration with other entities. Role: Member

The FUTURESILIENCE project aims to strengthen European economic and social resilience through an enhanced ability to quickly respond to future crises. This will be accomplished by facilitating the fast and effective use of policy relevant research and innovation (R&I) findings for actors at national, regional and local level. The project has four specific objectives: 1) Map existing policy relevant European R&I findings with high potential to inform policy making for economic and social resilience, and to help address societal challenges at local level 2) Define a set of methodologies for testing in how far the identified R&I findings can inform policies addressing national, regional and local needs 3) Implement the testing methodologies through multi-stakeholder experiments across Europe in co-creation with stakeholders from research, policy, economy, civil society organisations as well as citizens 4) Develop a Knowledge Base of the successfully tested research findings with high capacity to inform policy actors and a Toolbox of methods for testing policy relevant research findings FUTURESILIENCE will set up 'Future Resilience Labs' to test policy relevant R&I findings through 10 pilot exercises: three pre-identified working on climate change, migration and the financial crisis and urban planning; and seven selected through an open call. During the experimentation, multiple stakeholders will discuss and test evidence-based strategies tailored to their specific context

Call: European Research Area (HORIZON-WIDERA-2022-ERA-01) (EUROPEAN COMMISSION)

Researchers

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