Brief description

Over the past two decades, there has been an increase in the frequency of crises at local, regional, and international levels, leading to a growing interest in resilience. The ability of different stakeholders to cope, adapt, and build back better has been put to the test by multiple crises such as the pandemic, disasters, energy, and climate change, which have exposed inequalities among public, private, and civil society sectors, and across all institutional levels in terms of their preparedness to face unexpected crises and deal with uncertainty. Research and Innovation (R&I) can contribute significantly to building a more flexible and responsive capacity of stakeholders during crisis periods, informing policy development and decision-making, and strengthening resilience and preparedness for future events.

The FUTURESILIENCE project aims to achieve the following objectives:

  • Identify policy-relevant R&I findings from Europe with high potential to inform policy making for economic and social resilience and help address societal challenges.
  • Develop methodologies and guidelines for testing the extent to which the identified R&I findings can inform policies that address national, regional, and local needs.
  • Implement ten pilot cases called 'Future Resilience Labs,' where multiple stakeholders will discuss and test evidence-based strategies tailored to their specific context and matching their local needs. The experimentation will be conducted in a co-creation environment using foresight and participative methodologies.
  • Build a Knowledge Base of successfully tested research findings with a high capacity to inform policy actors and a Toolbox of methods for testing policy-relevant research findings.
Jan 2023 to Dec 2025 Closed
Policy Development
Research & Innovation (R&I)

Our role

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The FUTURESILIENCE project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe under grant agreement No 101094455.