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    ifa: CCP Synergy Networking Civil Societies
    CCP Synergy is aimed at strengthening ties between civil society organisations from Germany and the CCP partner countries. The programme is designed for tandems that are planning on implementing a joint activity, such as public events, fact finding missions, research activities or artistic initiatives. They can either be implemented online or on-site. Thus, this programme encourages an exchange between civil society actors across national borders.
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    Posted 14 March 2024
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  • ifa: CrossCulture Programme Fellowships (Online / Remote)
    With the CCP Fellowships, the ifa’s CrossCulture Programme (CCP) funds around 100 professionals and committed volunteers from 42 countries each year to deepen their expertise and acquire intercultural skills. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and ongoing travel restrictions, the scholarship will be offered as a remote fellowship in 2021. The current round of applications is open to residents from India, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, and Germany.
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    Posted 15 March 2021
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  • ifa with the Goethe-Institut and the Martin Roth-Initiative: Researcher for ‘Mobility Restrictions for the International Relocation of At-risk Artists: Learnings for (Post-)pandemic Times’
    Together with the Goethe-Institut and the Martin Roth-Initiative, ifa invites proposals for a research project on the topic of ‘Mobility restrictions for the international relocation of at-risk artists: Learnings for (post-)pandemic times’. The researcher’s study will be published in the form of a written report and the researcher will present interim results at an online workshop. The assignment lasts 4 months starting April 2021.
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    Posted 3 March 2021
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  • ifa > CCP Fellowships for Strengthening Civil Society (Germany / Remote)
    With the CCP Fellowships, the ifa’s CrossCulture Programme (CCP) funds around 100 professionals and committed volunteers from 42 countries each year. During two to three months of practical training in host organisations in Germany or in CCP partner countries, participants deepen their expertise and acquire intercultural skills. For the 2021 programme, activities may take place online or in-person, depending on the feasibility of travel. Applicants must be between the ages of 23 and 45 at the time of the application and have good written and spoken English skills.
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    Posted 12 December 2020
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  • ifa > Researcher for ‘Culture of Remembrance and Migration: 60 Years of German-Turkish Recruitment Agreement’
    Ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) is currently inviting proposals for a research project titled ‘Culture of Remembrance and Migration: 60 Years of German-Turkish Recruitment Agreement’. The research will start in November 2020 with outputs in the format of a study and workshop. Location of work is flexible.
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    Posted 12 December 2020
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    ifa > Researcher for ‘Diversity and Inclusion in Foreign Cultural and Educational Policy’
    ifa’s Research Programme ‘Culture and Foreign Policy’ provides experts with an opportunity to study current topics related to Germany’s foreign cultural and educational policy and to work at the interface between theory and practice. Research projects normally last three to six months. During this period, the experts involved in the project provide actors in the area of international cultural relations with clear, concise summaries of the latest academic findings.
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    Posted 1 November 2020
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  • ifa > Researcher Sought for Study on ‘Development of Local/regional Shelters for Artists at Risk’
    Together with the Goethe-Institut and the Martin Roth-Initiative, ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) invites proposals for a research project under the topic ‘Development of local/regional shelters for artists at risk’. The selected researcher will produce a short study that will look into issues around developing new relocation initiatives and expanding existing ones, with a specific focus on Latin American and African countries. Deadline: 10 May 2020.
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    Posted 30 April 2020
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    The Impact of Brexit on International Cultural Relations in the European Union
    Which consequences will Brexit have for cultural cooperation between Germany and the UK? Which consequences are actual, which are only potential? How can Germany’s foreign cultural policy react at the initial stage of this process? How can intercultural exchange be secured with a long-term perspective despite Brexit?
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    Posted 29 December 2017
  • European External Cultural Relations: Paving New Ways?
    This study is the result of a six-month research project conducted in partnership with ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen). It delivers an overview of the EU funding procedures for the promotion of culture in foreign relations, and at explores alternative models of cooperation.
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    Posted 1 December 2014
  • European External Cultural Relations — Expectations from the Outside
    ifa organised the conference in Brussels on 12th December 2012 - proceedings are now available online!
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    Posted 8 May 2013