Call for Research PapersInstitute for Cultural Relations Policy* invites you to contribute research papers to its growing database of studies peer reviewed by the members of ICRP Advisory Board Eligibility criteria
Applicants should be students or entry-level professionals of journalism/social studies/international relations studies/political science or related fields. Very good knowledge of English is mandatory and excellent writing skills – academic style – required. Intern responsibilities
- Publishing research findings (independent studies regarding cultural relations policy)
- Writing research papers (in cooperation with ICRP or its partner institutions)
If you consider applying for an internship at ICRP, you are encouraged to send your application (CV and cover letter or recently written paper in English). Application letter should specify the proposed period and dates of the internship. You may send one copy of your research paper/cover letter in the form of MS Word file attached to an e-mail to ICRP.
Voluntary internships last five weeks, flexible work-time and are unpaid.
ICRP operates the double-blind peer review process. When a manuscript is received from the author(s), it is sent to specialist reviewers whose identities are not known to the author and the identity(ies) of the author(s) are not known to the reviewers – thus the ‘double blind’ terminology. Only the editor knows both the identity of the author(s) and those reviewing the manuscript. This is designed to assure the independence and objectivity of the review process. Wherever possible, we like to select one academic reviewer and one practitioner reviewer for each manuscript submitted.* “As an independent institution, Budapest-based ICRP brings together diplomats, political actors, future decision-makers and young intellectuals. ICRP focuses on global intercultural dialogue and forms of cooperation between intra-cultural entities, aiming to promote the protection of International Human Rights and recognition of cultural diversity and heritage in an interdependent world.”