Fully Funded Program in Spain

Opportunity Overview

Have you ever considered integrating interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral approaches into your work? Have you ever had an interest in engaging in meaningful exchanges with professionals from other sectors to learn from each other and collectively tackle global challenges? Introducing the Global Cultural Relations Programme (GCRP), the Cultural Relations Platform’s premier training initiative. This program offers a distinctive opportunity to connect practitioners from all over the world, fostering meaningful relationships and facilitating discussions on cross-cultural collaborations. We are excited to announce a new focus for the upcoming edition of GCRP. While the previous editions were tailored for cultural and creative professionals, the 2023 edition will also welcome participants working in the field of climate change and environmental issues. Don’t miss out on this chance to enhance your skills, expand your knowledge, establish an international network, and actively engage in interdisciplinary cross-cultural collaboration. Apply now and seize the opportunity to make a lasting impact on your professional journey.

Who can take part in the GCRP?

Cultural and creative sector professionals
This includes but is not limited to:


Audiovisual & Cinema

Books & Publishing

Cultural heritage

Cultural management




Performing arts

Visual arts

Professionals working in the field of climate change and environmental issues
This includes but is not limited to:

Circular economy

Climate & Health

Climate adaptation

Climate charities, campaigns & activist groups

Climate finance

Climate heritage

Climate justice

Climate Law & Policy

Climate mitigation

Environmental engineering

Geography (physical, human, environmental)

Indigenous groups & stewards of community-owned heritage

Loss and damage

Sustainable food systems

Why did you apply?

·  Develop your skills in interdisciplinary and cross-cultural collaborations through a meticulously crafted, innovative, and interactive learning program.

·  Network and collaborate with professionals from all corners of the globe who are confronting similar challenges and pursuing similar opportunities.

·  Connect with fellow young practitioners and change-makers working in the cultural field or in the realm of climate change, enabling peer-to-peer learning and knowledge exchange.

·  Participate in in-depth discussions exploring the interconnectedness of culture, climate change, and environmental issues, identifying synergies that can lead to future collaborations.

·  Become a valued member of the Cultural Relations Platform’s community, joining the ranks of 220 GCRP alumni and enjoying long-term engagement and support.


The CRP will book and pay for travel to and from Madrid, accommodation, and any program-related expenses during the program. We will cover the costs of visas and any related paperwork.


·  The Cultural Relations Platform is seeking 40 professionals and entrepreneurs engaged in the cultural and creative sectors or climate change and environmental issues. Priority will be given to applicants from these sectors.

·  Applicants should be between the ages of 25 and 39, with a minimum of three years of experience in international or cross-cultural collaboration.

·  Individuals working in public, private, and civil society organizations, or those operating as freelancers are all eligible to apply.

·  It is crucial to be available for the entire duration of the program, which will take place from October 10th to 13th, 2023. Additionally, make sure to factor in travel time to and from Madrid.

Required Documents

Sunday 28 May 2023

How to Apply

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