Develop your cultural leadership skills

Global Cultural Leadership Programme

December 31, 2015 / August 21, 2016

Bruxelles

Are you a young cultural practitioner looking to develop and strengthen your cultural leadership skills in an international working context? Then the Global Cultural Leadership Programme is designed for you.

This unique training programme for developing leadership in international cultural collaboration has been designed as part of a new global Cultural Diplomacy Platform.

The Platform aims to promote cultural engagement and cooperation between Europeans and citizens from countries all around the world. In that end, it will offer 40 participants to join a comprehensive learning- and networking programme. It’s a tailor-made programme for young cultural managers that provides participants with a four-day training programme (thematic exchanges and discussions, as well as workshops and lectures on contemporary issues of international cultural management).

The first cultural leadership programme will be realized in cooperation with IFACCA – the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies. It will take place in Valletta, Malta from October 16 to October 21.

The 40 participants of the Global Cultural Leadership Programme will come from different fields of relevant cultural practice in their countries and represent sectors that are specifically interested in reaching out with their work globally. For the first edition of the programme, the European Cultural Diplomacy Platform will look specifically for applications from outstanding cultural managers.

 To apply, candidates shall submit before the 1st of August 2016 :

  • an up-to-date CV (two A4 pages maximum)
  • expression of interest setting out your motivation to participate (500 words maximum)
  • a project description : background and context, strategic and specific goals, main activities, expected results and impact, individual implication (1000 words maximum) :

Applications must be sent by e-mail to globalculturalprogramme@cultureinexternalrelations.eu.

More informations here.

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