Are you a young cultural manager/practitioner looking to develop and strengthen your cultural leadership skills? Apply for the third edition of the Global Cultural Leadership Programme (GCLP). This Cultural Diplomacy Platform is looking specifically for applications from outstanding cultural managers from Brazil, Canada, China, Japan, India, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, South Korea and the USA, as well as from the 28 Member States of the European Union. The deadline is on 14th of June.
The GCLP is the main training component of the Cultural Diplomacy Platform. Its main objective is to support young cultural managers emerging on the international scene, and coming from the 10 Strategic Partners of the European Union as well as from EU Member States, in developing and strengthening their cultural leadership skills.
Through its framework, content and methodology, the GCLP specifically aims to improve the skills of cultural managers, as well as develop collaborative peer-to-peer learning and network building. The program offers a set of learning modules, tools and manuals for practice-based learning, giving participants opportunities to build meaningful collaborations at the global level, and enabling them to develop fresh insights into international cultural collaboration practices.
This edition of the GCLP will take place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, from 27 October to 2 November 2018.
Travel, accommodation and meals are covered by the Cultural Diplomacy Platform.
- Candidates should be nationals/permanent residents of Brazil, Canada, China, Japan, India, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, the USA or 28 EU Member States;
- Applicants should possess professional experience of work in cultural civil society organisations, cultural enterprises or public cultural institutions and hold a management position in their organisation;
- Candidates should demonstrate very good working English and be preferably 25-39 years of age.
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