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“As an independent institution, 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.”

The Institute for Cultural Relations Policy started its Internship Programme in the year of its foundation. Since 2012 students from various social science backgrounds join the ICRP and contribute to its activities and publications. The institute considers it to be of paramount importance to support young professionals by providing practical education and direct access to resources that can be utilised in their future career. The internship programmes at the ICRP provide opportunities for students, young researchers and entry-level professionals to get acquainted with different approaches of cultural and international relations, to meet cultural relations practitioners, diplomats and decision-makers to get informed about the latest developments in world politics, global economy and culture. Interns are encouraged to use the latest devices and applications in their work.

The Institute for Cultural Relations Policy currently offers three main types of internship programme:

  • Regular internship. Read more…
    • Paid internship through national and international scholarships
    • Voluntary internship
  • Virtual internship. Read more…
  • Practicum programme for self-financing students from eligible countries. Read more…

An authorised list of current and former interns and contributors can be found at on the information page about ICRP interns:

Queries about the ICRP’s internship programme shall be sent to email address.