The Institute for Cultural Relations Policy coordinates and carries on research, education and project development activities through international cooperation. The ICRP has an extended network of affiliates and undertake activities jointly with numerous partner organisations all across the European Union and beyond the borders of Europe. Being a member of international networks, the ICRP also benefits from shared resources and collaboration. These connections make it possible for us to te expand our activities and spread the values of cultural relations on a global scale.
The ICRP emphasises the importance of transmitting its ideas and disseminate the outcomes of its efforts. Thus the institution aims to strengthen its presence in multiple countries by initiating and carrying out joint actions with its affiliates. The affiliates operate independently, however share the same values and ideas of the ICRP.
Since its establishment, the ICRP continuously extends its network of partners. Similar activity areas and bilateral agreements based on mutual respect and cooperation ensure long-term and effective partnerships.
As a member of international networks, the ICRP collaborates with various organisations which allows more opportunities for partnership building and growing together. Member organisations of international networks are involved in different activities and have different responsibilities which make ICRP to keep committed to its vision.
Call For Partnership
Institute for Cultural Relations Policy invites research institutes, research funding organisations, universities, academies, research-related associations, publishing houses, think tanks and other non governmental organisations to partner with ICRP in the creation of a cooperative network that aims to contribute to the dialogue among cultures, development of peaceful international relations and the preservation of cultural diversity.
In the spirit of ICRP’s mission and philosophy, the Institute is ready to share its research results and experiences by jointly organised conferences and summer universities and providing up-to-date information and news analysis as well as publishing monthly summaries about the recent developments in international relations regarding cultural relations policy. The Institute offers various forms of cooperation in accordance with the objectives of ICRP.
1. Identifying emerging and strategically important topics by addressing questions raised by the scientific community.
2. Strengthening the link between science and society; fostering exchanges with politics and the private sector.
3. Developing research careers of young researchers.
4. Promoting the perspective of cultural relations policy in International Relations Theory.
5. Contributing the responsibility of non-governmental organisations to increase public awareness of human rights.