Global Cultural Relations Fully Funded Program 2024 in Morocco

Global Cultural Relations Fully Funded Program 2024 in Morocco

Applications are announced for the Global Cultural Relations Fully Funded Program (GCRP) 2024 in Marrakech, Morocco. It is a Fully Granted program begun by the European Union. The Global Cultural Relations Fully Funded Program connects young cultural professionals from all around the world. The Culture Relations Platform manages this program. The previous year, the GCRP was held in Spain. around 40 professionals global will Join the Global Cultural Relations Fully Funded Program (GCRP) 2024 in Morocco from 25-28 November 2024.


 Deadline: 14 July 2024
 Study in Cultural Relations Platform
 Provider: All Subjects
 Study Level: Morocco
 Subjects: Summer program
 Funding Types:     Fully Funded Scholarships


The CRP will cover:

  • Airfare
  • Accommodation
  • Expenses during the course.


Eligible Countries

The Global Cultural Relations Programme (GCRP) is open to contributors from all around the world, so all around the globe are allowed to contribute. The majority of the contributors will come from non-EU countries.

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Eligibility Criteria

  • Those who are working in the areas of cultural and creative zone OR in creating safer union.
  • You must be aged 25-39, with at least 3  years of experience in global and cross-cultural cooperation.
  • You could work for a general, private, or civil society institution, or be a freelancer.
  • Be able to join the first program.


2024 Theme

  • Cultural and Creative Professionals
  • Creating Safer Societies

Cultural and Creative Sector Professionals

This includes but is not shorted to:

  • Architecture
  • Audiovisual & Cinema
  • Books & Publishing
  • Cultural heritage
  • Cultural management
  • Design
  • Media
  • Music
  • Performing arts
  • Visual arts

Creating Safer Societies

This includes but is not limited to:

  • Conflict and post-conflict areas
  • Peacebuilding
  • Mediation practices, dialogue, and study
  • Post-conflict trauma healing and mental health
  • Interfaith dialogue
  • Human rights and rights-based enterprise
  • Working with marginalized section
  • Social justice, inclusion, and resilience
  • Asylum, migration, and forced replacement
  • Natural disaster and climate change responses
  • Actions against wrong information.


  • Mid to late August: Chose contributors are informed via email
  • October: Announcement of candidates
  • Sunday 24 November: Candidates arrive in Marrakech
  • Monday 25 November – Thursday 28 November: 4 full days of programming
  • Friday 29 November: Candidates departure from Marrakech

Note: If participants want to stay in Morocco after the conference, they will be meeting to protect their expenses.


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