Cultural Relations Policy Review and Publications
In 2012 the Institute for Cultural Relations Policy established Cultural Relations Policy News & Background magazine and Cultural Relations Quarterly Review. As an initiative of ICRP, the content of these publications are written and edited by student authors. The projects, as part of the Institute’s Internship Programme provides the opportunity to strengthen professional skills.
ICRP's Video Lectures include recordings of educational events including conferences and online webinars. The presentations, lectures and speeches held by institute are practical and useful resources for not only the participants attending those events but also for a broader audience online.
Cultural Relations Policy News & Background is a part of ICRP Monthly Review Series and an initiative of Institute for Cultural Relations Policy Budapest. Launched in 2012, its mission is to provide information and analysis on key international political events. Each issue covers up-to-date events and analysis of current concerns of international relations on a monthly basis.
Cultural Relations Quarterly Review is an initiative of Institute for Cultural Relations Policy Budapest. Launched in 2012, its mission is to provide information and analysis on key international political events. Each issue covers in-depth analysis of international relations on a quarterly basis written by researchers as well as the participants of ICRP Internship Programme and members of ICRP Advisory Board.
The Human Rights Issues Series’ volumes are focusing on diverse topics regarding universal human rights and civil liberties. Each volume concentrates on current changes in the application of such rights both in national and international level as well as its effects on international relations.
Research Paper Series includes working papers, original research studies, reflective essays by authors affiliated with ICRP, and major reports generated by ICRP related research projects.The Institute for Cultural Relations Policy publishes online research papers and essays that reflect multidisciplinary fields, contribute to influencing and expanding the body of research on cultural relations policy, and enhance dialogue among researchers, policy makers and the public.
Diplomacy – and cultural diplomacy in particular – is one of the cornerstones of international cultural relations. The ICRP publishes online resource materials on diplomacy that might be beneficial for students, researchers or anyone who deal with International and Cultural Relations.
Conference Publications contain all material that is published in relation to our events, including but not limited to the conference’s booklet of abstracts and the conference proceedings that result.
Interviews are conducted by the participants of the ICRP Internship Programme with various international experts, political decision-makers, practitioners and key figures of cultural relations, making it available to bring less mainstream topics into the focus and to learn about personal perspectives.
The blog started in 2013 as a steady basis of international forum to discuss such issues. The blog was created in order to emphasize the mission of ICRP: “Connecting cultures through dialogue”. Readers are encouraged to comment on blog entries, and initiate a discussion over these aspects of international relations.