What is the story behind the GCRP?

What is the story behind the GCRP?

If you live on Planet Earth in the 21st Century, you might have realized that culture has become an increasingly essential part of the EU’s international relations. But, when and how did the European approach start? In the past years, the Council of the European Union...
Meet our GCRP participants 2022

Meet our GCRP participants 2022

We’re very happy to announce the cultural changemakers and innovators selected to take part in our Global Cultural Relations Programme (GCRP) 2022! 40 participants have been selected from over 2,000 applications to take part in our flagship training programme for...
Rashida Namulondo, Uganda, GCRP 2022

Rashida Namulondo, Uganda, GCRP 2022

Rashida Namulondo is a Ugandan based actress, stage director and award winning poet. She is the founder of the Sophie Muwanika Institute of Art for change. A nonprofit organisation that uses theatre for peacebuilding. Her work seeks to use narratives for healing and...
Nele Tast, Germany, GCRP 2022

Nele Tast, Germany, GCRP 2022

Nele Tast, born in 1992 in Berlin, studied cultural management and cultural policy in international comparison at the University of Hildesheim (Germany) and at Bilgi University in Istanbul (Turkey). In Istanbul, she gained professional experience in projects of the...
Monika Necpalova, Slovakia, GCRP 2022

Monika Necpalova, Slovakia, GCRP 2022

Performer, actress, director, dramaturg, writer, drama/theatre pedagogue. She is a founder and president of an international cultural NGO Thalia Teatro, based in Slovakia. 2010 – 2022 she professionally participated in the realization of over 80 projects in the...
Kristine Milere, Latvia, GCRP 2022

Kristine Milere, Latvia, GCRP 2022

Kristine is an exhibition curator at the Art Museum RIGA BOURSE, the Foreign Art Department of the Latvian National Museum of Art. She is responsible for all the cooperations with Asia at the museum. Kristine works with the projects of the research of the Asian art...