Interns

Interns

The Institute for Cultural Relations Policy generates an extensive opportunity to obtain research experience with the access to a variety of assignments. We give chance to young professionals – our interns – to develop work experience, create a professional network, build a strong resume and secure good references and recommendations.

Current interns

Immene Debbeche
Isabella Moggs
Paola Pacho
K. A. Dhananjay
Marin Ekstrom
Kateryna Halushka
Henrietta Czellár
Marine Le Cunff
Augustus Fernandez
Katarína Hrušková
Maia Larose Saldana
Bishrel Sanchir
Anna Klimova
Beste Cakal
Asante Wiafe

Internship completed in 2020

Weronika Woźniak
Eszter Lili Simon
Zakiya Girach
Márton Gellért
Scott Clare
Lou Lauren Manalo
Emanuéla Szobolszlai
Anna Kiss
Júlia Németh
Áron Mátyás Tóth
Benedek Kolonics
Salman Abbasi
Tergel Batnyam
Luca Gábor
Fatima Quayyum Kakar
Krisztián Liszka
Adrienn Kovács
Olta Baci
Elnur Aliyev
Ahmet Emre Usta
Drilona Morina
Elsa Kotorri
Malik Agha

Internship completed in 2019

Mariam Hamid
Luisa Cannada
Laetitia Vira Muleghesania
Astrid Iacona
Dario Dado
Izaura Avdulaj
Inez Calcoen
Kanan Salimov
Valeria Amato
Léna Pons
Lilla Vanczák
Iva Dodevska
Juan Carlos Dean Cardenas
Emeline Houssin
Hakim Alasgar

Internship completed in 2018

Hiba Mednini
Barbara Polin
Sarah Araújo Nunes
Alina Adamczyk
Zsófia Prokai
Romana Masarykova
Elizaveta Garbuzova
Eka Nurmuzaki
Vittorio Maccarrone
Andrea Strano
Júlia Barnabás
Robert Boger
Leonardo Boy
Lana Šimon
Evelin Csirmaz
Lilla Sári
Tamar Buachidze
Konstantinos Lapadakis
Lisa Maria Kuke

Internship completed in 2017

Ma Guohui
Katalin Reinitz
Sandra Kaziukonyte
Boglárka Judit Rusz
Fruzsina Csonka
Veronika Tóth
Mustafa Yenel
Tânia Branco Atalaia
Megan Rogers
Nicole Gefvenberg
Aysun Yildiz
Violetta Vaski
Kaifulwara Mubbashir Memon
Edina Paleviq
Debóra Kovács
Deniz Horuz
Raphael Pinciara
On-anong Homsombath

Internship completed in 2016

Raluca Grigorescu
Annalisa Baldassarri
Aldoreza Prandana
Abdulhamid Gunda
Frank R. Zarb
Roberta Maddalena
Daniella Vecsei
Anna Süveges-Szabó
Hannah Cartwright
Nicolas Mählmann
Maria Pervova
Dóra Vető
Mirjam Szakács
Badra Aliou Doumbia
Aytaç Güt
Andrea Moro
Alessandra D’Arrigo
Kiera Wilkins
Beatriz Isaac
Cosmina Emilia Manda
Tamás Pálinkás
Susan Nijsten
Cristina Piller
Nóra Anna Farkas

Internship completed in 2015

Rita Ferreira
Aslı Yurtsever
Ece Batman
Joseph Ben-obasa
Petra Bruno
Álvaro Palomo
Chiara Dello Iacono
Miljana Jakovljević
Marta Vidal
Oguz Mermut
Ena Smajic
Mustafa Demirkol
Furkan Özdemir
Morgan Carene
Salima Ghezali
Cüneyt Aksoy
Yen Duong
Laura Alles
Alexander Soloviov
Rozália Harsányi
Ekaterina Zinchenko
Ellen Maene
Anna Mester-Csíki
Gian Marco Moisé
Fanni Szalontai
Ágnes Adél Németh
Hajnalka Zsila
Péter László Szilágyi
Hielke Vogelzang
Geralda Wessels

Internship completed in 2014

Wazir Ali Baber
Eszter Balogh
Zsófia Zádor
Luca Varga
Lara Elena Kadegge
Taylor Helene Matevich
Lili Kunfalvi
Orsolya Pálmai
Katalin Szabó
Emese Embersits
Sofia Popnikolova
Endre András Kozma
Zuzana Balcová

Internship completed in 2013

Márton István Vajda
Ádám Sashalmi
Borbála Wintermans
Noémi Radnai
Szabolcs Vörös
Lisa See
Jenelle Ramsaroop
Dóra Hegedüs
Petra Hinterauer
Orsolya Erdélyi-Schwabe
Nikoletta Szilovics
Norbert Imre
Ádám Török
Regina Szabó
Kitti Mária Tádics

Internship completed in 2012

Gergő Nagy
Emese Balog
Beáta Balázs

Contributors

The ICRP regularly cooperates with individuals who do not participate in the Internship Programme. Contributors either assist in the international and local programmes or contribute on a volunteer basis and work with the ICRP within the frameworks of various international programmes and scholarships. The ICRP is grateful for all contributors for their assistance and voluntary work which brings benefits in learning new skills, making new connections and advance their career.

Nóra Sipos [trainer, facilitator]
Bernadett Galovics [event organiser]
Dr Adrienn Prieger, PhD [regular author]
Ali Sarikaya [regular author]
Eymen Namazci [Erasmus+ staff mobility]

Successful ICRP interns

Internship is a way to get the relevant experience required to get hired for a job as well as an opportunity to meet individuals and establish key relations and networking contacts that can last a lifetime. Since 2012 students from various social science backgrounds join the Institute for Cultural Relations Policy and contribute to its activities and publications as a part of internship programme.

The ICRP is delighted to introduce successful former interns. We are glad to see their career developing after internship at ICRP and we hope that we contributed to the development of their unique knowledge, talents, and skills. Success is not something that is found, it is something that is made, and anyone can become successful by using the right formula.

Name

Career

Badra Aliou Doumbia

Badra Aliou was born in Mali in 1987. He is Country Manager of the TEF-UNDP Sahel and Project Manager of La Case des Associations. He helps young entrepreneurs to get financial support with the monetary institutions.

Chiara Dello Iacono

Chiara was born in Italy in 1990. She is a PhD student at the University of Salamanca with a scholarship and working on a Project “HumMingBird” under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.

Wazir Ali

Wazir was born in Pakistan in 1988. He is a PhD candidate at the Corvinus University of Budapest and Senior Officer at the Sindh Education Foundation Government of Sindh Pakistan.

Miljana Jakovljevic

Miljana was born in Serbia in 1989. She is a lawyer and a PhD candidate at University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law. Legal Advisor at the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, Director of Research on cultural policy.

Mustafa Demirkol

Mustafa was born in Turkey in 1989. He is a Research Assistant at the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Department of Political Science and Public Administration at the Tekirdağ Namık Kemal University in Turkey.

Edina Paleviq

Edina was born in Montenegro in 1987. She is a PhD candidate in political science at the Andrassy University Budapest. She works as Field Research Representative at the Resonant Voices Initiative in the EU, in Vienna.

Márton Vajda

Márton was born in Hungary in 1991. He manages the women’s health portfolio in Hungary with the assistance of the experts team at Adexilis Hungary Ltd.

Megan Rogers

Megan was born in the United Kingdom in 1994. She holds an MA degree in International Politics. She is a Campaign Officer and Global Security Researcher at Human Appeal UK.

Gian Marco Moisé

Gian Marco was born in Italy in 1991. He is a PhD candidate PhD candidate in Politics and International Relations at the Dublin City University.

Mirjam Szakács

Mirjam was born in Hungary in 1994. She is a Policy Officer for Common Security and Defence Policy and EU-NATO Cooperation at Ministry of Defence, Hungary.