The Global Cultural Relations Programme (GCRP), the EU-funded Cultural Relations Platform’s flagship training programme, invites innovators in the cultural and creative sectors to apply for the opportunity to receive support to engage in international cultural relations.
The programme is targeted towards cultural practitioners aged from 25 to 39, with at least three years of experience in international collaboration or international cultural relations, and an interest in further developing their skills.
This year’s programme will take place online from 15 to 30 November. The training will not require the participant to be available all day.
The timeline of the programme:
• 15 – 18 November: knowledge sharing and peer-to-peer learning (3 hour session per day);
• 19 – 28 November: collaboration projects development;
• 29 – 30 November: project presentations and closing (3 hour session per day).
The deadline for applications is 4 October.
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