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The Institute for Cultural Relations Policy conducts and its members take part in international research and training projects on a regular basis. The aim of participating in such events and cooperation is to widen knowledge, to strenghten skills and to gain new competences. The researchers and interns affiliated with the ICRP had been part of numerous international projects. We believe the experience we have gained during these programs would contribute to the successful implementation of the future projects as well. Our staff have met new people and partners having similar aims or working in the same fields as we do. By participating in such programmes our interns could learn about new approaches and methods in connection with formal and non-formal learning, intercultural dialogue, minority issues and young people’s involvement in social activities. The ICRP is continuously working on preparational and organisational tasks of its prospected projects. All information about the activities are available on the institute’s website.
The ICRP emphasises the importance of supporting and involving young people to non-formal educational activities abroad. Thus, our institution also provides opportunity for its non-members to participatíe in such activities including workshops, contact making events, training courses and youth exchanges.
Between 2012 and 2014 the ICRP took part in 6 Youth in Action programmes financed by the Commission of the European Union. Since 2015 the Institute carries out its youth partnership under Erasmus+ Programme.
The Institute for Cultural Relations Policy is accredited as a European Volunteer Service (EVS) sending organisation which means the institution can send young people from Hungary to participate in European Union volunteering projects. The ICRP Budapest puts great emphasis on the inclusion and skills development of young generations and we believe volunteer programmes will further help us fulfil our mission.