Institute for Cultural Relations Policy

Founded in 2012, the Institute for Cultural Relations Policy (ICRP) is a non-governmental and non-profit organisation fostering scientific education and public discourse regarding cultural relations policy. The institution is run by Kulturalis Kapcsolatokert Alapitvany, based in Budapest, Hungary. The ICRP focuses on global intercultural dialogue and forms of cooperation between intra-cultural entities, aiming to promote the protection of International Human Rights and recognition of cultural diversity and heritage in an interdependent world.

ICRP Budapest also puts a great emphasis on the skills development of young generations by offering various training opportunities to young people. The foundation is committed to help the formal and non-formal education of its target groups and to support the social integration young people with fewer opportunities.

The foundation has offices in Finland, Georgia, Turkey and Mali with similar structure, aims and objectives as the ICRP Budapest has.

The ICRP has huge experience in intercultural learning. The institute has been actively participating in the Erasmus+ programme (before 2014 in the Youth in Action programme) both as partner organisation and applicant. Since 2014, we have been involved in nearly 150 projects as partner organisation (mostly in KA1 youth exchanges, trainings and contact-making seminars) and 15 of our own applications have been supported.

Past projects

SEE Diversity

Training course for trainers under Erasmus+ Programme about intercultural understanding in the Southeast European (SEE) region.

ReFuGeeS - Religion, Future, Generation, Stereotypes

"ReFuGeeS – Religion, Future, Generation, Stereotypes" is an international TC focusing on migration issues. Venue: Hungary. Dates 1-7 December 2016

PR and Marketing for NGOs in Europe

"PR and Marketing for NGOs in Europe" is a 7-day international TC with the participation of 7 partner organisations. Venue: Pécs, Hungary, dates: Spring 2017

Diversity not Complexity

“Diversity not Complexity” is a Training Course for youth workers and leaders that will take place in Pécs/Hungary, on 7-14th of April 2017.

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Institute for Cultural Relations Policy

Contact person: András Lőrincz


Phone: +36205725972




Institute for Cultural Relations Policy is

a Non-profit/Non-Governmental Organisation
based in Hungary (Budapest)
  • Hungary Budapest
focused on
  • Conflict management
  • Democracy/Active citizenship
  • European citizenship
  • Gender equality
  • Human rights
  • Intercultural dialogue
  • Minorities
  • Non-formal learning
  • Peace and conflict
  • Religion and beliefs
and interested in:
  • Youth Exchanges
  • Volunteering Activities (formerly EVS)
  • Training and Networking
  • Transnational Youth Initiatives
  • Strategic Partnerships
  • Capacity Building
  • Meetings between young people and decision-makers
Institute for Cultural Relations Policy in 160 characters:

Connecting cultures through dialogue

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