The resilience of the Ukrainian cultural and creative sectors: A European workshop

In the wake of the war in Ukraine in 2022, the Cultural Relations Platform undertook a mapping and needs assessment of Ukrainian cultural actors. Additionally, a workshop held in Warsaw facilitated networking, knowledge sharing, and fostering connections between Ukrainian cultural stakeholders and EU representatives. Building upon this groundwork, the Cultural Relations Platform – in collaboration The resilience of the Ukrainian cultural and creative sectors: A European workshop

Join Our Team: Communications Officer

The Cultural Relations Platform is on the lookout for a dynamic and skilled Communications Officer to join its team. As a junior non-key expert, you will play a pivotal role in coordinating and implementing the communication strategies that underpin the Platform’s diverse activities. About the Cultural Relations Platform: The Cultural Relations Platform c/o Goethe-Institut Brussels*, Join Our Team: Communications Officer

Open Call for Experts

The Cultural Relations Platform is recruiting several experts in the field of international cultural relations for an assignment in the development of learning and training materials which will be delivered to staff of global EU Delegations as well as EU institutions at headquarters in Brussels. The materials will be used for an online training with various digital modules focusing on different Open Call for Experts

It’s a wrap: what we’ve learned from GCRP 2023

From October 10th to 13th, the Cultural Relations Platform (CRP) brought together 39 professionals from the fields of climate and culture, fostering peer-to-peer exchange, knowledge sharing, networking, and exploring potential collaboration. GCRP 2023 marked its inaugural cross-sectoral edition, serving as a wellspring of inspiration for both participants and the Cultural Relations Platform team. Here are It’s a wrap: what we’ve learned from GCRP 2023

Meet our GCRP participants 2023

We’re very happy to announce the changemakers and innovators selected to take part in our Global Cultural Relations Programme (GCRP) 2023! 39 participants have been selected from over 4.200 applications to take part in the first cross-sectoral edition of our flagship training programme – welcoming not only cultural professionals, but also participants working on climate Meet our GCRP participants 2023

Kendra Reid

Kendra Reid, a half-Australian, half-Finnish architect, brings diverse insight to her work having studied and worked in Melbourne and Copenhagen before moving to Helsinki. Kendra’s engagement on a variety of international projects has ignited a passion for community-driven urban regeneration and climate-adaptive landscapes. Her commitment to inclusive urban design shines through her participation on a Kendra Reid

Vesna Lavtizar

Vesna Lavtizar is a circular economy specialist at Japan’s Institute for Global Environmental Strategies. Her work is her passion. Armed with a doctorate in environmental sciences, her early research centered on water pollution and toxic biocides. However, her calling to safeguard the environment led her to advocate for a shift from the wasteful linear economy Vesna Lavtizar

Talal Ahmed

Talal Ahmed is an educator, trainer and sustainable development advocate. He holds a Master of Public Policy from Doha Institute for Graduate Studies – Qatar. Recently, he was selected as the Regional Facilitator for West Asia in the Children and Youth Major Group (CYMG) to the UNEP. Over the past three years, he served as Talal Ahmed