Deadline: 28 May 2023
Open to: professionals and entrepreneurs, aged 25-39, working in cultural and creative sectors or climate change and environmental issues
Benefits: skills building in interdisciplinary and cross-cultural collaborations, networking and collaborating with professionals from around the world…
The Global Cultural Relations Programme (GCRP), the Cultural Relations Platform’s flagship training programme, is a unique opportunity that brings together practitioners from around the world to create meaningful connections and discuss cross-cultural collaborations. There will be a shift in focus for the upcoming edition of GCRP. The past editions were tailored for cultural and creative professionals. For the 2023 edition of GCRP, the Cultural Relations Platform opens the programme also to participants working in the field of climate change and environmental issues.
Apply now for the opportunity to develop lifelong skills, increase your knowledge, build your international network, and engage in interdisciplinary cross-cultural collaboration.
This year the GCRP will take place in Madrid, Spain from 10 – 13 October 2023. The programme will be conducted in English.
- The Cultural Relations Platform is looking for 40 professionals and entrepreneurs working in the cultural and creative sectors OR in climate change and environmental issues. We give high priority to participants working in either of these two sectors.
- You should be aged 25-39, with at least three years’ experience in international/cross-cultural collaboration.
- You could work for a public, private or civil society organisation, or be a freelancer.
- You will need to be able to commit to the programme throughout its duration from 10-13 October 2023 and allow time for travel to and from Madrid.
Why take part in the GCRP?
- Build your skills in interdisciplinary and cross-cultural collaborations through a carefully designed, innovative, and interactive learning programme
- Network and collaborate with professionals from around the world, facing similar challenges and opportunities
- Connect with young practitioners and change-makers working in the field of culture or in climate change to engage in peer-to-peer learning
- Engage in in-depth discussions on the intersectionality of culture and climate change and environmental issues to identify strengths in bringing together the two sectors for potential future collaborations
- Join the Cultural Relations Platform’s community of 220 GCRP alumni on a long-term basis.
HOW TO APPLY
For more information, visit the official website.